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31 October 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 14:16 GMT+1



July 20, 2020

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Approved the Strategic Planning Document East Ligurian Sea System

It is the first DPSS approved in Italy

On Friday, the Liguria Region approved the Strategic Planning of East Ligurian Sea System, document that, together with the Regulatory Plans of the individual ports of the Carrara Marina, constitutes the Regulatory Plan of Port system provided for by Article 5 of Act 84/94. It is thus concluded the approval process, which lasted almost 18 months, which over time he saw himself express himself, in addition to the council Liguria Region, councils La Spezia, Carrara Marina, Portovenere and Lerici, the AdSP Management Committee, Regional Council and The Board Tuscany Region, the Conference of Presidents at the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Ministry itself, which with the two Regions shared the document.

The Port Authority also recalled that during the drafting phase, he acquired the comments, although he did not required by law, stakeholders from the two ports: others, in addition to the public administrations concerned, trade unions, port operators, environmentalists, in order to consider every aspect in the most wide-ranging perspective.

The port authority then pointed out that the case of the AdSP of the East Ligurian Sea, is particularly complex, as an entity whose ports are located in two regions, each of which has its own regional law on port authorities, and four municipalities responsible for expressing their opinion, three in Liguria and one in Tuscany.

The AdSP pointed out that, despite the high and specific complexity of the case, the Planning Document Strategic East Ligurian Sea System is first approved in Italy since it was introduced with the 2017 to the National Port Reform Act 2016.

"We are satisfied," commented the President and the Secretary General of the ADSP, Carla Roncallo and Francesco Di Sarcina - of the result achieved, because we believe in the power of planning, the only forward-looking approach that gives growth prospects at ports in the medium and long term. We did not look for simplified but less effective paths, that the law also provides for, but we immediately followed the path aiming for the result reached today, so that we want to express our satisfaction at having succeeded and pride in having done it first, despite being our case of rare bureaucratic complexity and in the process of a rule that is still too complicated and deserving of simplification. We are also proud to have written the document at home, without public money costs for external assignments, but only by coordinating the good skills of our staff, particularly the technician, to whom we would like to thank him. Now, we can finally work to update the Port Regulatory Plan of Carrara Marina, dating back to the 1980s, which has therefore urgent need, while the spice can be updated at a later stage.'

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