The Interreg Europe Policy Learning experts in environment and resource efficiency have published a report entitled Built Cultural Heritage: Integrating heritage buildings into contemporary society. The report takes a look at instruments and initiatives targeting cultural heritage buildings and some examples of how to turn built cultural heritage into a resource, including some examples gathered by the SHARE project.
Another Policy Brief, published in March 2019, examined slow-tourism cultural routes and their enabling regional policy. That report featured Umbria’s Via di Francesco, a good practice associated with SHARE, and the role that Sviluppumbria played in developing and promoting the route.
Sviluppumbria is the lead partner of SHARE, a project with partners from 7 EU countries, which studies sustainable management of cultural heritage. Its financing (Interreg Europe - ERDF) is 1,409,076.00 Euros.Download the report on built cultural heritage
Download the report on cultural itineraries
Visit the SHARE project website
Learn more about SHARE on this portal