This report maps synergies between local and national level policy objectives (namely LTRS and SECAPS), and provides suggestions on how to create strong renovation policy in the buildings sector.
New deliverable of Build Upon 2 project
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New Report Sets Out How Mortgage Lenders Can Protect Borrowers from the Financial Risks of Climate Change.
IGBC’s Submission Department of Housing’s DRAFT ‘Bringing Back Homes Manual for the reuse of existing buildings’
Joint letter signed by Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland, Engineers Ireland, Irish Green Building Council, Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland and Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland to Ministers Donohoe, Naughten and Murphy calling for a more Holistic Approach to Energy Renovation.
A summary of the Irish Workshop to provide feedback on the Energy Efficient Mortgages draft proposals.
Final Set of Recommendations for a user-friendly holistic energy efficiency accreditation for building professionals
Ventilation Presentation_FourWalls_Green Building Network_March 18
A short summary of the last workshop organised as part of the “Environmental Certification for Construction Professionals” project. The report can be downloaded here. Further information on this project is available here.
A short summary of the third workshop organised as part of the “Environmental Certification for Construction Professionals” project. The report can be downloaded here. Further information on this project is available here.
Energy Efficient Mortgages – Consumer Research Insights Study
Building Assessment Briefing: Ireland
Initial set of recommendations produced as part of the Environmental Certification for Building Professionals project. Interested parties are invited to send any feedback they may have on this document to Marion@igbc.ie by Tuesday 20th February 2018.
Session 1 – Key Industry Skills