Cultural heritage is acknowledged as a key component for native sustainable growth, contributing to the id of territories and cultural variety of native communities. The idea of “heritage community”, as expressed by the Faro Convention, will be enhanced in choice–making processes for the adaptive reuse and valorization of cultural heritage to construct shared and sustainable growth eventualities. Communities signify basic actors capable of drive lively reflection and implement the train of civic duty and (inter)cultural insurance policies. This paper explores how native communities can have an lively and efficient function in the adaptive reuse and valorization of cultural heritage, by way of a discipline experimentation performed inside the Horizon 2020 venture “CLIC—Circular models Leveraging Investments in Cultural heritage adaptive reuse” in the realm of Rufoli, Salerno (Italy), in the attitude of the round financial system/round metropolis mannequin. Starting from heritage mapping and key stakeholder’s engagement, a native working group was constructed, and processes of data constructing, envisioning, and neighborhood engagement had been activated. The outcomes confirmed that constructing a heritage neighborhood will be an efficient place to begin for “circular” adaptive reuse of cultural heritage, stimulating not solely its restoration but in addition neighborhood bonds, civic duty, and potential entrepreneurial actions for longer–time period sustainable growth.
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