Project funded by EC under the COST Programme. The aim of the Project is to investigate, compare, define and disseminate common knowledge concerning methods, procedures and technologies for: - the renovation and revitalization of suburban housing settlements, - increasing their value, and - improving safety and the quality of life of inhabitants. The approach is based on a concept of Quality which incorporates a multitude of factors including energy efficiency, accessibility, sustainability and multi-functionality of buildings. On the other hand, quality standards must be improved in order to satisfy user needs as regards comfort, safety and accessibility, as well as the new European regulations concerning sustainability and energy savings. In order to achieve these objectives, new specific social, financial, technical and procedural models must be developed to facilitate the decisions of local authorities, housing corporations, owners and designers. A relevant number of representative case studies from the countries involved in the Action will be analysed to test and validate the results achieved.

COST TU0701_Improving the Quality of Suburban Building Stocks

DI GIULIO, Roberto
2011

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Project funded by EC under the COST Programme. The aim of the Project is to investigate, compare, define and disseminate common knowledge concerning methods, procedures and technologies for: - the renovation and revitalization of suburban housing settlements, - increasing their value, and - improving safety and the quality of life of inhabitants. The approach is based on a concept of Quality which incorporates a multitude of factors including energy efficiency, accessibility, sustainability and multi-functionality of buildings. On the other hand, quality standards must be improved in order to satisfy user needs as regards comfort, safety and accessibility, as well as the new European regulations concerning sustainability and energy savings. In order to achieve these objectives, new specific social, financial, technical and procedural models must be developed to facilitate the decisions of local authorities, housing corporations, owners and designers. A relevant number of representative case studies from the countries involved in the Action will be analysed to test and validate the results achieved.
DI GIULIO, Roberto
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