A Framework for Sustainable Regeneration of Industrial Heritage in Cities

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World Heritage Committee has declared heritage to be an instrument for the sustainable development of all societies . Regeneration of industrial heritage aims to display their technical and industrial patrimony assets by launching measures to convert them into cultural spaces. Meanwhile, current regeneration processes through the long-term strategic orientations and solutions, are integrated with sustainable initiatives based on extensive community participation for satisfying environmental, social, and economic demands in the city. On this base, use of the industrial areas mainly as an economic resources must be avoided. Moreover, industrial heritage as an important part of social, cultural, and technological past, is the most complex category. Because of this complexity, reclamation and conservation of the industrial heritage constitute an important cultural objective and consequently must be identified in a way that highlights their architecture, cultural, and economic usefulness. Hence, this paper looks for a framework for sustainable regeneration of the industrial heritage. The suggested framework is mainly based on the Burra Charter Process, adopted by Australia ICOMOS, including steps in planning for and managing a place of cultural significance, which has beenmodified and detailed by reviewing other related research and experiences on industrial heritage. Therefore, three key steps of Initiation Phase including understand the characteristics and assess the significance, Planning Phase including study the feasibility, develop a policy, and prepare a reuse plan, and Execution Phase including implement the plan, monitor the results and review the plan should be taken into consideration regarding the sustainable regeneration of industrial heritage in cities


Parsa Arbab

Assistant Professor, School of Urban Planning, College of Fine Arts, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran

Gelareh Alborzi

M.A. Student of Urban Design, College of Fine Arts, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran