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In the s, walled villa developments begin to be built: Since the s, urban restructuring developments in the central areas are dominated by walled blocks. Pro-active measures typically used in GCs, such as 24 hour patrols and real-time video-surveillance, are, however, not used — Italian regulations on CCTVs Garante per la Protezione dei Dati Personali, only permit data to be recorded and used for justified purposes, and real-time surveillance is thus forbidden.

Broadly speaking, relatively weak correlations between fortification of residential developments and discourses on security are found.

Enclosure, hetero-seclusion. The history of the Zen, a council housing district built during the s and s in the northern plains, is a well-known story of spatial seclusion and social exclusion, though with some peculiarities Lo Bocchiaro, Tulumello, Its utopic modernist design was reflected in the failure of realization phases, the squatting of most housing units, and the extreme poverty of its settled populations.

Since the s powerful stigmatising rhetoric has been developed by social media Fava, and, when a new phase of real estate development of mostly affluent walled villas developments was implemented in the surrounding area, the construction of an oversized ring road brought about the spatial seclusion of the district. The shopping mall is a brand new reality in the metropolitan area of Palermo, insofar as the first mall opened in — with 3 malls existing in the municipality currently, and 4 more under construction in the metropolitan area.

They are areas or buildings with historic, architectonic, or positional values, capable of producing high rent revenues and conceded for use, to the substantial benefit of the private partner. One key example is that of a wide portion of the urban waterfront, now walled, surveyed by cameras and managed by the port authority. As such, it is officially a public space but is in fact run by private investors. In recent years, public access and use have been affected by fortifications, fences, patrols in 8 public spaces: The principal cases are: The practice of mapping spaces of fear in Palermo confirms some elements of mainstream theories.

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During the last four decades, the securization and seclusion of the residential environment, often through privatization of public streets, has been clusterizing the urban territory.

More recently, late suburbanization processes Casanicchia et al, are shifting new walled, residential developments in the outskirts of the metropolitan area; although no quantitative data exists, a growing offer is found in real estate advertising.

Most processes are occurring in central areas, which can be explained by two factors: Yet some peculiarities and discordances to theories reviewed in section 2 are to be highlighted, in relation to the local context and historical patterns. The diffusion of spaces of fear in Palermo shows temporal differences as compared with other Western contexts.

This mirrors the broader case of Italy more widely — Cascina Vione Milano is considered the very first GC in the national territory Ciulla, — as can be explained by the historical civic and public dimension of its cities Petrillo, The processes of clusterization and fragmentation of the urban territory of Palermo are fuelled by two diverging engines: The production of some spaces of fear has been and is less explicitly connected with the issue of security — as is the case for walled residential developments —, and as such it is necessary to take a closer look at the underlying socio-political processes.

In a context marked by relatively weak democratization of local politics and by- passing of consensus-building, some spaces of fear are the result of discursive relations of power see Bonafede, Lo Piccolo, ; Lo Bocchiaro, Tulumello, rather than of the spatialization of global concerns around security depicted in mainstream theories.

A spatial approach and the practice of mapping have been used to explore the relevance of spaces of fear in the construction of a contemporary city expected to be relatively less influenced by global processes. What is the role of spaces of fear in segmenting the physical city of Palermo?

The maps of Enclosure, Post-Public Space and Barrier, represented together Figure 3a , show that, in the last few decades, spaces of fear are amongst the main features of urban production.

The inverse of the map Figure 3b shows how infrastructural systems create longitudinal fractures while clusters of secluded areas break the continuity of the urban fabric.

A trend for more fragmented and polarized urban tissues is to be found moving from the historical centre towards the peripheral areas, following the historical evolution of urban production. In other words, spaces of fear may emerge, rather than from linear hegemonic trends, through a complex frame resulting from the collision of, and conflict between, global trends and local peculiarities: The spatial approach of this article is a first step and more studies are needed at different scales and with different approaches — for example, the in-depth analysis of specific planning processes.

Some preliminary re-framing of existing theories is suggested following the outlined taxonomy see section 3: A complex combination of issues should be taken into account: Post-Public Space.

The multifarious variety of privatization and fortification processes that exists can be explored around their common ground: However, each case is inherently multifaceted and unique, hence the need to explore individual contextual and justification patterns. Infrastructural systems are fragmenting urban territories, either via unexpected side-effects or by explicit intention, hence the need to question both the socio-spatial dimensions of technical planning and the political significance of mobilities in spatial planning see Ureta, However, [landscape] also refers to an ensemble of material and social practices and their symbolic representation.

In a narrow sense, landscape represents the architecture of social class, gender, and race relations imposed by powerful institutions Zukin, , p. Moreover, landscape is a category generated by the distance between an observer and the observed object Desportes, , p. Endnotes 1. All categories of violent crime have been dropping over the last two decades data Istat, Italian institute for statistics, www. The available surveys on victimisation confirm these trends van Dijk et al.

For a complete list of the mapped entities, see Tulumello, As an example of this ambiguity, in , a public space — the historic port of La Cala — was renovated by the port authority, thus breaking with the normative plan — the detailed plan of the historic centre — without any discussion with the municipal government.

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