Master Heritage Plans as a technical instrument for the preservation and enhancement of Ecuador's cultural heritage
Keywords:Cultural heritage; territorial planification; development plan
Within territorial planning there are several components and variables that must be analyzed and considered to generate the desired territorial model and its respective management model in the construction of the Development and Territorial Planning Plans (PDOT) of the Decentralized Autonomous Governments (GAD) of Ecuador. The components of "cultural heritage" is one of them, without the weight or importance within the planning required to safeguard and conserve tangible and intangible assets, preserve cultural memory, and value it as an instrument for development. That is why this article is an analysis of two case studies of how PDOT does not develop in a broad and detailed way the patrimonial issue and the advantage of having developed it in the form of a Patrimonial Master Plan
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