This is a common matrix that highlights different approaches and strategies taken by different European governments and municipalities towards improving the overall quality of the built environment, particularly in the suburban building stock, namely private and public social housing. In order to collect the data each country (workgroup member/s) was asked two fundamental questions: In your country, 1. Is there a Funding Programme or some form of Financial Support for the listed key areas? 2. Is there a Law, Regulation or Standard in place for Functional and Architectural characteristics or Quality Control of processes in the same listed areas? These seminal questions were answered by each country, guided by the listed subject area, compiled by the same workgroup members themselves. (These are listed in LHS column or top heading in the matrix). Apart from confirming whether such measures are in place for the re-spective item on the list, members also commented on each item accordingly, as deemed appro-priate. (Such comments are listed briefly as footnotes to the table, classified under each subject heading for easy reference. This paper compares what is happening in these EU member states under the respective topic in the prescribed list. Further details may be elaborated under each country’s comment.

Building legislation and financial incentives matrix

BRUNORO, Silvia
2010

Abstract

This is a common matrix that highlights different approaches and strategies taken by different European governments and municipalities towards improving the overall quality of the built environment, particularly in the suburban building stock, namely private and public social housing. In order to collect the data each country (workgroup member/s) was asked two fundamental questions: In your country, 1. Is there a Funding Programme or some form of Financial Support for the listed key areas? 2. Is there a Law, Regulation or Standard in place for Functional and Architectural characteristics or Quality Control of processes in the same listed areas? These seminal questions were answered by each country, guided by the listed subject area, compiled by the same workgroup members themselves. (These are listed in LHS column or top heading in the matrix). Apart from confirming whether such measures are in place for the re-spective item on the list, members also commented on each item accordingly, as deemed appro-priate. (Such comments are listed briefly as footnotes to the table, classified under each subject heading for easy reference. This paper compares what is happening in these EU member states under the respective topic in the prescribed list. Further details may be elaborated under each country’s comment.
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Building legislation; suburban building stock
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