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Revista INVI

versión On-line ISSN 0718-8358

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RASSE, Alejandra  y  LETELIER, Francisco. The housing reconstruction process in downtown Talca: an overview after two years of the catastrophe . Revista INVI [online]. 2013, vol.28, n.77, pp.139-164. ISSN 0718-8358.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-83582013000100005.

Talca was one of the cities with the greatest housing damage after the F-27 earthquake. Its historical center and 15 surrounding old neighborhoods had most of their housing damaged or destroyed. Two years after the earthquake, most of the destruction remains visible in downtown Talca; however, there is not enough data to illustrate this situation. This paper is focused on analyzing reconstruction policies in view of the current state of reconstruction in the downtown neighborhoods of Talca. Preliminary findings suggest an inadequate reconstruction process, both because a large percentage of urban areas have not yet been intervened and because a considerable number of families are still living in precarious conditions, in emergency housing, in semi-destroyed housing or in self-help built shacks. Likewise, there is a marginal number of solid housing built with subsidy in the downtown area. Lastly, such a reconstruction has been mostly financed by the families themselves, who have decided not to use a State financing system that is regarded as insufficient.

Palabras clave : RECONSTRUCTION POLICY; HOUSING POLICY; URBAN CENTRALITIES.

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