A CRITIQUE TO THE REQUALIFICATION OF THE PILAR COMMUNITY IN RECIFE ACCORDING TO THE INTEGRATED CONSERVATION APPROACH

Fabricio Martins

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ABSTRACT: This article aims to discuss the evolution of urbanism of the Pilar community, urban slum located at the historic Center of the city of Recife, and to present the Urban Renewal and Social Inclusion Program for the Community Pillar - PRUISC, debating its actions in the context of the theory of Integrated Conservation. The successive social and spatial formation processes of the current Community Pilar will be analyzed, employing the binomial construction/destruction, for which capitalist forces pressure the territory for successive reforms and compel its occupation to certain requirements related to capital accumulation. Through case analysis, we evaluate more closely the last government plan for the area, its challenges and its execution: a re-qualification program which aims to combine heritage preservation and provision of decent housing, increasing quality of life of the resident population.


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Integrated conservation. Right to the city. Historic center. Historical heritage

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Direitos autorais 2019 Fabricio Martins

 

 

 

 

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Programa de Pós Graduação em História - PGH UFRPE

Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco

Rua Dom Manuel de Medeiros, s/nº

Dois Irmão, Recife, PE, CEP: 52171-010

Prédio Professor Ariano Suassuna (1º Andar) 

ISSN: 2525-6092

 

 

 

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