PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDING LEGISLATION

Teachers: 
GASTALDO VALENTINA
Credits: 
6
Site: 
Parma Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria
Year of erogation: 
2020/2021
Unit Coordinator: 
GASTALDO VALENTINA
Disciplinary Sector: 
Administrative Law
Semester: 
First semester
Year of study: 
1
Language of instruction: 

Italian

Learning outcomes of the course unit

The course explains the foundations of public and administrative law in particular in its essential elements, necessary for the learning of urban planning legislation and public works that is the dominant part of the course.

At the end of the course, the student will have acquired knowledge of the fundamental principles of administrative law and national and regional discipline in urban/construction matters (particularly in terms of planning activity in general and "building procedures"), in public works and environmental legislation.

In addition, student will be able to learn of the main requirements in these subjects.

Prerequisites

No specific requirements.

Course contents summary

- The government of the territory and construction

- Urban Planning
- Environmental and landscape legislation

- Public works

Course contents

Generale Information

- Definition of course objects: urban planning, construction, public works, environmental and landscape legislation;
- The system of sources of law;
- Government activities

Urban planning

- State urban planning law and regional disciplines;
- Over-communal and municipal planning;

- The instruments of consultation

Construction
- Characters and regime of jus aedificandi;

- The consolidated text and regional disciplines;

- Habilitation title;
- Abuse, sanctions and regularisations;
- Urbanization fees and urban contributions

MAIN DISCIPLINES

- Environment;
- Landscape

Public works

- Principles;
- Realization of public works: Localization, Expropriation, Design, Job Management, Execution;
- Reliance on public works: Principles, procedures for the entrustment of public works, job contracts, granting jobs, Other ways of awarding works;

Recommended readings

D. De Pretis - A. Simonati, Diritto urbanistico e delle opere pubbliche, III ed., Torino, 2017

The material provided in class

Teaching methods

Frontal lessons.
The first part of the course will be aimed at providing the general principles of the discipline and examining the various institutions. Practical cases will then be discussed which will allow for a smoother understanding of the subject.

Assessment methods and criteria

Orale exams