Milan, 24 May 2022 – The “Porta Romana” Property Investment Fund - promoted and managed by COIMA SGR and underwritten by Covivio, Prada Holding and the COIMA ESG City Impact Fund, in accordance with the FS Italiane Group, filed the final Integrated Works Programme (PII) proposal of the regeneration Masterplan of the Porta Romana Railway Yard with the Milan City Council.
The PII was prepared according to the Municipality of Milan guidelines and the main observations that emerged from the discussion with citizens, institutions and supporters during the public consultation which began on 31 March and ended on 14 April 2021, in accordance with the Rail Yards Programme Agreement.
Compared to the Preliminary Masterplan, the PII includes more evenly distributed volumes and increased public space. The Parco Centrale (Central Park) has been extended by two promenades directing to north and south enabling the urban continuity and pedestrian and bicycle connections with the city. Eco-zones, green corridors that could carry public installations, squares and the Suspended Forest have been emphasised. The Lodi district elevated square has been further integrated by north-south connections in continuity with the eco-zones and Corso Lodi, the metro station and railway station.
After having registered the building permit on 29 October 2021, the reclamation works for the Olympic Village area have been completed according to the time schedule.The subsequent activities are planned to start in the second half of 2022 following the finalisation of the building permits and the preparatory agreements with the municipality.
To discover all the news of the Integrated Works Programme, it is possible to browse the website www.scaloportaromana.com, that for the occasion has been updated and enriched with new contents.