Interventions for areas affected by earthquakes in 2009 and 2016

What is the goal of the investment?

Empower public spaces in a sustainable manner through innovative urban interventions. Intervene on public and private (schools and universities) structures to improve resistance to seismic events and energy efficiency, increase mobility between the rural areas, provide services to citizens and companies. Modernise the technological infrastructures to reduce energy consumption in urban areas. 

Total investment cost 1.78 bn
  • Reduce the gaps in standards of living
Additional details

Focusing on all the areas of Central Italy affected by numerous seismic events in the last 15 years, the project is divided into two intervention measures aimed at remedying the consequences of events that have seriously influenced their liveability, with lasting effects on urban and socio-economic life: the first is entitled "Safe, sustainable and connected cities and countries"; the second is entitled "Economic and social recovery". The main fields of intervention concern the peripheral areas already strongly affected by cataclysmic events and therefore requiring specific measures for safe and sustainable reconstruction, ensuring a process of economic, environmental and social reactivation of the territories. 

What are the benefits?

Intervening in the areas affected by earthquakes will guarantee residents:
  • A revival of economic activities, adequate services, facilities and links
  • Social cohesion, security and sustainability throughout the territory
  • Improved prevention systems
  • Innovative energy infrastructure to reduce consumption

Key steps and Expenses envisaged

Key Dates