Advances in Operations Research / 2018 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Multicriteria Evaluation of Urban Regeneration Processes: An Application of PROMETHEE Method in Northern Italy

Table 1

Evaluation criteria for the PROMETHEE model [Table 1 is reproduced from Bottero et al. [11]].

CriteriaDescription

C1 Public/private spacesRatio between public and private surfaces
C2 Co-working spacesSurface of the structures for workshop, meeting, training courses
C3 Co-housing inhabitantsNumber of residents in new co-housing buildings
C4 Permeable surface/territorial surfaceRatio between permeable areas and overall territorial surface of the program
C5 Urban gardensTotal area used for community and private urban gardens
C6 Waste productionAmount of waste produced in a year by the activities of the program
C7 Residential areasSurface for residential functions
C8 Retail areasSurfaces for commercial functions
C9 Sport and leisure areasSurfaces for sport and cultural activities
C10 Mixité indexIndex that describes the functional mix of the area
C11 Slow mobilitySurface of the pedestrian tracks and bicycle lanes
C12 New public parkingNumber of new public parking lots
C13 Car sharing/bike sharingNumber of car and bike sharing points
C14 Total Economic ValueEstimate of the social benefits delivered by the program
C15 Investment costTotal cost of the program
C16 New jobsNumber of new jobs created
C17 RegenerationRegenerated surface
C18 Via De Amicis regenerationQualitative index showing the level of the regeneration of Via De Amicis
C19 Territorial indexRatio between the maximum buildable volume and the territorial surface

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