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The Swedish national government translated into English, for information purposes only, the Planning and Building Act (2010:900) including amendments up to SFS 2016:537, and the Planning and Building Ordinance (2011:338) including amendments up to SFS 2016:773.   The links also provide a useful glossary including the translation (from Swedish to English) of some expressions from the legislation.  
Post date: 21 feb 2017
Type: Link

Od stycznia 2017 r. wartości dopuszczalnych wskaźników EP dla nowobudowanych budynków oraz niektórych współczynników U dla przegród zewnętrznych budynków uległy zmianie, zgodnie z przepisami rozporządzenia nowelizującego rozporządzenie w sprawie warunków technicznych, jakim powinny odpowiadać budynki i ich usytuowanie, które weszło w życie 1 stycznia 2014 r. (Dz. U. z 2013 r. Poz. 926).  
Post date: 9 feb 2017
Type: Nieuws

Il Decreto Legge n. 244 /2016 (noto come Milleproroghe), pubblicato sulla Gazzetta Ufficiale n. 304 del 30 dicembre 2016 all’art. 12 comma 2, proroga al 1 gennaio 2018 l’entrata in vigore dell’obbligo di copertura con fonti rinnovabili di almeno il 50% della somma dei fabbisogni di acqua calda sanitaria, raffrescamento e riscaldamento negli edifici nuovi e sottoposti a ristrutturazione rilevante, obbligo contenuto nell’Allegato 3 del Dlgs 28/2011.     Per tutto il 2017 pertanto rimane l’obbligo di coprire con rinnovabili il 35% della somma dei fabbisogni.
Post date: 2 feb 2017
Type: Publication

This Topic includes all content relevant to the Themes "energy policies" and "legislation, regulations, standards".
Post date: 21 nov 2016
Type: Onderwerp

The Energy Efficiency Directive places energy savings requirements on EU countries' buildings. This includes making central government buildings more energy efficient and requiring EU countries to establish national plans for renovating overall building stock.   National building renovation strategies   EU countries have drawn up strategies to show how they plan to foster investment into the renovation of residential and commercial buildings. These strategies are part of their National Energy Efficiency Action Plans. They:
Post date: 7 sep 2016
Type: Publication

This document on Romania’s national renovation strategy, elaborated by the Romania Green Building Council in the context of the BUILD UPON project, is the outcome of ten sessions of public consultation in 7 of Romania’s representative cities: Cluj, Iasi, Galati, Brasov, Craiova, Timisoara and Bucharest.  
Post date: 1 aug 2016
Type: Publication

Noise pollution within the home is a predicament which affects the inhabitants of cities in France and is becoming a growing concern for environmental health.   A decree of the law of energy transition, published June 16, 2016 aims for a better acoustically sound environment in buildings in the event of major renovation, where the well-being of everyone in their living space will be taken into account.  
Post date: 17 jun 2016
Type: Nieuws

  Support to the implementation, harmonisation and further development of the Eurocodes  
Post date: 18 feb 2016
Type: Publication

Since 1 July 2013, the french regulation requires that light in offices and shops as well as building facade illumination is turned off at night.This document from the French Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Devlopment and Energy proposes an overview of the situation some 6 months after the implementation of this measure.
Post date: 14 mrt 2014
Type: Publication