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Volume 381, 2023International Scientific and Practical Conference “Development and Modern Problems of Aquaculture” (AQUACULTURE 2022)
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|Socio-Ecological Systems, Sustainability and Behaviour Change
|14 April 2023
Scientific base of reusing of the cultural heritage asset
Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Yaroslavskoe highway, 26, 129337, Moscow, Russia
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Currently, the process of growth and development of cities continues, including through the integrated development of already built-up areas, in connection with which there is a problem of intensification of the use of their territory. Objects of cultural heritage, as objects of everyday life of people of past historical epochs, occupy the most valuable territories in terms of urban planning. At the same time, a large number of cultural heritage sites are not included in the life of the city, because they are in an accident condition and have strict regulations for use and transformation. The article provides an example of an algorithm for working with an object of cultural heritage in order to adapt it for use as a social object in the conditions of complex development of the territory (renovation). The type of social object is determined taking into account the priority in the renovation conditions in two stages. At the first stage, taking into account the enlarged criteria, at the second - taking into account the regulatory technical requirements and technical characteristics of the object itself. As a result of the research work, the optimal type of use of the cultural heritage object (further– OCH) ” Estate Lapino - Spasskoye ”, XIX- beginning of.XX century.” in the city of Korolev, Moscow region in the conditions of complex development of the territory. Keywords: cultural heritage sites, renovation, social facilities, integrated development of the territory, historical and cultural potential.
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