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Revista INVI

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CUENYA, Beatriz  y  GONZALEZ, Eduardo. Planning and redistribution of the benefits of urban development: compensatory contribution in Rosario, Argentina. Revista INVI [online]. 2017, vol.32, n.90, pp.77-104. ISSN 0718-8358.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-83582017000200077.

The redistribution of benefits derived from urban regulations in the form of planning instruments is a goal sought by progressive local governments who focus on regulating the design of cities according to criteria of equity and opportunity. The so-called Compensatory Contribution, which is based on the redistribution of excess profits for the development of urban areas and buildings, implemented in the city of Rosario in 2000, is directly related to such an objective. The present paper is based on the analysis of this pioneering and unprecedented instrument in Argentina, which begins with a brief reference framework on the Latin American experience in the generation and redistribution of capital gains associated with public actions. There follows a description of the context in which this instrument was conceived, an analysis of its main characteristics and regulatory framework, and an overview of the challenges faced by this program during its implementation phase. This paper also describes the results and the scope for replication of this instrument. The present study was conducted within the framework of a call for research proposals sponsored by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, which is intended to create a list of noteworthy urban development instruments in order to disseminate their original and innovating features, thus contributing to confronting urban planning challenges in the region.

Palabras clave : Urban planning; redistributive policies; noteworthy instruments..

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