The LISC Collective calls on Universities to subsidize rentals in private residences, calling new student housing complexes “an alienating model…that divides students and residents” By Maria Ducoli 17 August 2022 VENICE. There are 2652 students in Venice – 8% of the entire population of the Municipality of Venice, mainland and islands included, but only around … More Studying in Venice Gets More Expensive. LISC: “Student residences don’t help the city”
“If you’re looking for a home [in Venice], at the agencies they ask: are you a resident? If you say yes, they say: I’m sorry we don’t have anything for residents” By Veronica Calienno 19 July 2022 Venice is the second most visited city in Italy, according to data from ISTAT: every year close to … More The Other Face of Tourism: the De-Population of Venice
“The numbers do tell us, though, that we can and must oppose those who say that the city is dead, perhaps to push it further into the role of a theme park, merely a business investment… The ‘city that resists’, despite the difficult times, resists with open ideas and paths. This is why we cannot … More Venice Under 50,000 – City or Museum?
Plans call for the sale of 1,000 units to raise money for restoration work. The opposition: “A failed policy” By Mitia Chiarin 7 June 2022 VENEZIA. The subject of restoring the public housing assets in Venice re-emerged from the 2021 reports submitted by the Regional ATER, triggering a debate and general concern in a city … More ATER Venezia: two thousand vacant public housing units
The Alta Tensione Abitativa campaign, which has crafted a proposed law for the regulation of short-term rentals of residential homes has received a positive response to its request for a technical meeting to compare proposals with Mayor Brugnaro, who has said his ideas are very similar. Prof. Filippo Celata of Sapienza Rome will also be … More Brugnaro responds to Segre: “Let’s meet about housing”
A law for regulation of the activity of short-term rental and the protection of residents in cities with high housing pressure By Giovanni Leone 9 March 2022 Last November, director Andrea Segre offered the city a free screening of the film Welcome Venice, which is set on Giudecca, and tells the story of the conflict … More Housing and Tourism. Citizens Groups Propose A Bill.
Urbanist Paola Somma, a former professor at IUAV, releases a controversial analysis. The turnaround in the management of spaces over the last twenty years is examined By Enrico Tantucci 8 Oct. 2021 The Analysis Venice is lost. Over twenty years of a systematic selloff of its buildings to private, for-profit entities have gradually emptied it … More Report: “Venice is completely privatized”. From a pearl of culture to a great expanse of real estate for a few
“Active policies are required to encourage the settlement of new residents: otherwise the social fabric will be extinguished” By Vera Mantengoli 4 February 2021 It has always been a problem and the solution has not yet been found. We are talking about housing and how it is always more and more difficult for a … More Ten Thousand homes are empty, and one in five is public housing
The organization also criticizes the sale of public buildings by the City without restrictions on type of use. By Enrico Tantucci 24 August 2020 VENEZIA. Stop the exodus and increase the number of residents in Venice, with new policies to facilitate acquiring housing and a job that is outside the tourism sector. Among the fifty … More UNESCO to Venice: stop the exodus of residents
On Monday, June 1 we met at 2 PM in campo SS. Giovanni e Paolo and in campo San Francesco della vigna, forming two human chains converging towards Fondamenta Nuove, respecting health precautions (distancing and masks), two arms that met in a handshake at the fondamenta, near the hospital, an essential public service for the … More “Nothing changes if you change nothing” Two demonstrations bring out crowds of concerned – and distanced – Venetians.