PARMA, 13 MAY – We need “a law of state principles” that goes beyond the urban planning law of 1942 and the decree on urban planning standards of 1968. The National Association of Building Constructors (Ance), calls for “a new governance for national urban policy” and proposes a handbook of actions to be taken. The proposal was discussed during the conference ‘How beautiful is the city’ organized by Ance at the Teatro Regio in Parma. The requests announced by the association in the decalogue range from the definition of urban regeneration and the declaration of public interest of the interventions to the construction contribution. Furthermore, among other things, we ask for the containment of land consumption, a new equalization for the city and the simplification of energy requalification interventions and the seismic improvement of existing buildings. According to Ance, the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (Pnrr) – which allocates approximately 47.6 billion euros to investments for cities and territories, nine of which for urban regeneration – represents “the right opportunity” to implement these proposals. (HANDLE).