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CHANGES (Changes in Cultural Heritage Activities: New Goals and Benefits for Economy and Society) is a European Project supported by the JPI Heritage Plus programme.
Environmental sustainability concerns are driving investments in conservation but also construction sector at large towards inclusive and sustainable development as well as to innovation. Increasingly arguments rise against large restoration works, whilst a paradigm shift is observed towards Planned Preventive Conservation, Maintenance and Monitoring (PPCMM).
The main benefits of the new approach are the cost-effectiveness for private owners and managers of historic properties, improved quality of protection of built heritage and environmental enhancement, empowerment of local communities resulting in increase of human and relational capital in a local context.
The research aims at producing new local models capable to include the diversity of European Cultural Heritage and skills required in built heritage activities to support PPCMM, by increased understanding of:

  •  conservation and valorization as preventive measures;
  • effectiveness of maintenance, involving relevant craftsmanship and expertise;
  • economic mechanisms underlying built heritage conservation in the context of regional economy and the (wider) construction sector.
  • impact of knowledge gain and its dissemination on smart economy for built heritage conservation, heritage management and for the construction sector.

The proposal meets the JPI call requirements as interdisciplinary research will lead to advances in understanding of cultural heritage and will produce outcomes ready to be transferred to stakeholders and society. Research will develop materials, technologies and procedures for a sustainable long-term care as a strategy to manage changes, in the framework of a learning environment where heritage is understood in connection with people as a tool for the production of social and human capital.
The project outcome includes the proposal for a funding scheme providing the conditions to support the transition toward a sustainable conservation process.
The project addresses the themes identified in the strategic research agenda: “Developing a reflective society”, “Connecting people with heritage”, “Creating knowledge” and “Safeguarding our cultural heritage resource”.


 

Joint Programming Initiative on

Heritage Parade 2017

The JPI CH – Joint Programmin Initiative on Cultural Heritage and Global Change, that is the programme supporting the CHANGES Project, organized the 

Joint programming initiative on cultural heritage workshop: funded research projects parade

which was held on 20-21 February 2017 at the Royal Insitute for Cultural Heritage, Parc du Cinquantenaire, in Brussels, Belgium.
The aim of the Parade was to provide more visibility on JPI-CH activities and give a new impetus to cultural heritage dedicated research, by presenting most recent results.

Download here the CHANGES Project Summary presented at Heritage Parade.

Download here the CHANGES Presentation at Heritage Parade.


NEWS

24-27 May 2016

Milano Meeting.

11-13 January 2016

Delft Meeting.

23-25 September 2015

Visby Meeting.

07 July 2015

Kickoff meeting.

26 May 2016

public conference

Within CHANGES Project, the Politecnico di Milano – ABC Department, the Consortium Villa Reale e Parco di Monza, the Monza and Brianza Province and the Order of Architects of the Monza and Brianza Province, organized the International Conference

Cultural heritage management: conservation and valorisation in an integrated perspective

held on Thursday 26 May 2016 at Villa Reale in Monza.

 

Download here the program of the conference.

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