For two years, IGBC worked in close cooperation with the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment (DCCAE) to build a community of experts and stakeholders to develop Ireland’s National Renovation Strategy V.2 – This must be delivered by April 2017 under the Energy Efficiency Directive.
National building renovation roadmaps provide an opportunity to develop strategies that not only reduce energy consumed by buildings but also address other issues such as climate change, fuel poverty, citizens’ health and wellbeing as well as economic growth and job creation.
Against this background, IGBC, in conjunction with DCCAE organised a comprehensive consultation process across Ireland in 2016. Close to 200 key stakeholders took part in a process which led to the launch of a final set of recommendations in February 2017.
A copy of the final set of recommendations can be downloaded below.
This drawing explains how the content of the final set of recommendations was developed.
Links to the 14 individual workshop reports and to the two first iterations of the final set of recommendations are available below:
- Build Upon – Workshop 1 – Deep Renovation in Commercial Buildings
- Build Upon – Workshop 2 – Deep Renovation in Residential Buildings – 1
- Build Upon – Workshop 3 – Residential Buildings – 2
- Build Upon – Workshop 4 – Public Buildings Sector
- Build Upon – Workshop 4b – Green Leases
- Declaration in 10 Points for a Better National Renovation Strategy – Initial Set of Recommendations 1 (Sept. 2016)
- Build Upon – Workshop 5 Report – Cork
- Build Upon – Mini Workshop 1 – Co-Benefits of Deep Renovation
- Build Upon – Mini Workshop 2 – Upskilling of the Construction Industry (1)
- Build Upon – Mini Workshop 3 – Making Deep Renovation As Easy As Possible
- Build Upon – Mini Workshop 4 – Enabling Financial Tools & Mobilising Private Funds – Green Mortgages
- Build Upon – Mini Workshop 5 – Upskilling of the Construction Industry (2) – Pre-1945 Buildings
- Build Upon – Mini Workshop 6 – Setting the Right Standards (1)
- Build Upon – Mini Workshop 7 – Investing in Deep Renovation Now
- Build Upon – Mini Workshop 8 – Setting the Right Standards (2) – Public Procurement
- Build Upon – Draft Set of Recommendations – Iteration 2 (Dec. 2016)
- Build Upon – Workshop 6 Report – Jan. 2017
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 649727.