BUILT HERITAGE, ENERGY and ENVIRONMENTAL-FRIENDLY INTEGRATED TOOLS FOR THE SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF HISTORIC URBAN AREAS
BhENEFIT proposes a holistic approach to the management of the Historic Built Areas (hereinafter HBA), considering a wide spectrum of related aspects, concerning daily maintenance links to preservation and valorization of historic heritage in a sustainable perspective.
The proposed strategy considers:
- functional compatibility evaluation between the expected use and the historical value;
- performance optimization of the building, in the perspective of its energy efficiency and structural behaviour
- long-term sustainability of the action, with minimization of emergency actions through a comprehensive monitoring
strategy, which is aimed at planned preservation of Cultural Heritage.
To implement that strategy, BhENEFIT wants to build management capacities, involving and coordinating relevant
players from public and private sectors and providing innovative methodologies, deployed also from the RTD
activities of the technical partners for the b(h)enefit of the local communities.
BHENEFIT methodology will be validated by 13 partners in 8 different HBA pilot areas in Central Europe, every of
which is related to specific issues (earthquake, pollution, touristic flows, energy efficiency etc.): the developed tools
(action plans, ICT tools, etc) will be customized to local needs.
BhENEFIT have been included as part of the EU initiative ‘2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage’.
1th project chronicle video from Mantova
2nd project chronicle video from Poprad
The project runs from 1. 6. 2017 til 30. 11. 2019 and is financed by Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE programme.
BhENEFIT released project leaflet with basic info. Download this pdf.