The 3rd International Conference on “Housing” addresses all the aspects of housing aiming to discuss housing issues from different perspectives and research areas.
Post date: 21 Ott 2020
Call for Papers - Abstract Submission Deadline : 9 November 2020
SPACE Studies of Planning and Architecture invites researchers, policymakers and social partners to share their knowledge from their fields of expertise according to the topics of the Conference.
Post date: 21 Ott 2020
Climate change, environmental and health impacts on housing affordability
#Housing2030 | Online | 10th November 2020
Online, 10 November 2020
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Post date: 19 Ott 2020
Local authorities must find money to support the renovation of social housing.
SEI Forums, a European Commission initiative, is hosting a webinar on
Channelling Investments to the Renovation of Social Housing in Europe
Friday 23 October 2020
Post date: 15 Ott 2020
In the district of Statz in Mühlbachl, the local social housing agency implemented a residential project with three energy efficient buildings with 26 apartments and an overall surface of around 1270 m2, that reached the level klimaaktiv gold, the highest one according to the local energy standard.
Post date: 9 Set 2020
Housing Europe's Annual Conference | Online | #nopricetag
Online, 15 October 2020
Post date: 28 Ago 2020
En raison des mesures de confinement du Covid-19, veuillez vérifier le statut et conditions de l'événement sur la page Web des organisateurs.
Congrès Hlm 2020 : réussir une relance responsable
Post date: 3 Giu 2020
On the 1st of May, Denmark's Social Democratic Prime Minister, Mette Frederiksen, made a crucial announcement that relieved many public housing companies in Denmark: a proposal to activate 30 billion DKK from the Landsbyggefonden (the National Building Fund) to renovation of social housing during 2020-2026. Of these, 18.4 billion DKK (2.4 billion €) will be used to renovate the 72,000-social housing in the fund's support queue. The remaining 11.6 billion DKK (1.5 billion €) will serve future renovations until 2026, with the focus on the green transition.
Post date: 25 Mag 2020
Energy poverty is broadly understood as the inability of households to afford basic energy services to guarantee a decent standard of living. Under Article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive (2012/27/EU), EU countries must set up an energy efficiency obligation scheme that requires energy companies to achieve yearly energy savings of 1.5% of annual sales to final consumers. As such, energy companies need to design and implement measures that help final consumers improve the energy efficiency of their dwellings.
Post date: 21 Mag 2020
Post date: 7 Apr 2020