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Report on nZEB workshop in Tallinn
In divided and cooperative property buildings, the role of the tenant or owner is crucial for the decision making process, especially with regard to the retrofitting of existing buildings.
A summary of the community-led housing sector in the UK alongside potential mechanisms for scaling up drawing on international case studies from the World Habitat Awards.
The community-led housing sector is a diverse one, with a wide range of organisations offering support and advice to communities interested in taking a project forward. There is a wealth of online information for a range of audiences, whether they are new to the concept of community-led housing or already heavily involved in a project.
Newsletter summarising the work of the winners and finalists from World Habitat Awards in 2013.
This publication introduces the World Habitat Awards and includes information on the entry procedure and deadline for submissions.
World Habitat Award winner 2011
This report presents the outcomes of our 2012 peer exchange to Nepal to look at how the World Habitat Award winner, Housing for Health (Australia), have transferred their approach to another country.
The housing system in the UK is in crisis. For decades the country has not built sufficient homes for its population. New settlements – as a means of delivering new housing and infrastructure – have much to offer as part of a range of options for addressing this housing shortage.
A review of good practices and lessons learned from cold regions in Asia
Many projects demonstrate that renewable energy and bioclimatic architecture represent cost-effective and environmentally friendly ways to improve the living conditions of rural people. However, most of the projects face significant difficulties when it comes to mainstreaming the innovation.
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