“The areas free from constructions are destined only for 30% to public green, while the remainder is divided between private green, parking, roads” says Legambiente.
Legambiente Pisa presented, as presented by the regulations in force, the proprieservations to the Recovery Plan of the Curtatone and Montanare barracks in via Giordano Bruno. The barracks, which was the headquarters of the Military District, has long been abandoned and, after the renunciation of the Municipality of Pisa to acquire it from the state property, is now the subject of a Recovery Plan presented by a private company and approved last November by the Giunta Municipal.
The observations of Legambiente (readable on www.legambientepisa.it) focus attention on environmental issues. “At stake is the fate of a green space where there are vegetation of great naturalistic value and built volumes that could, renovated, host services and residences useful to the city, made available to a historic center that needs more greenery and social spaces ”says the environmental association.
The plan provides for the recovery of volumes for housing and the creation of a new green “square”, but, according to Legambiente Pisa, “reveals how the current priority and attention are directed to sustainability rather than economic rather than environmental, to economic interests rather and on the occasion of environmental redevelopment for the city, green areas and buildings “.
“It is indicative – writes legambiente – to note that the areas free from construction are destined only for 30% to public green, while the remainder is divided between private green, parking, roads”. And again “significant, among other things, is the lack of attention to the need for buildings to include measures aimed at the theme of energy, renewable self-production savings, and in general at that ecological transition that is much talked about but for which little is done, forgetting the urgency, if we do not want to take a slope with no return “.
“Legambiente Pisa has not forgotten to make constructive contributions, for example with regard to the design and care of green spaces, where trees, shrubs and lawns provide city residents, people and animals, free and precious ecosystem services for the quality of environment and life ”concludes the environmental association.