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EU Lead Market Initiative for Sustainable Construction: Towards More Regulatory Homogeneity and Attention

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Transcript of EU Lead Market Initiative for Sustainable Construction: Towards More Regulatory Homogeneity and Attention

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EU Lead Market Initiative for Sustainable Construction: Towards More Regulatory Homogeneity and Attention
Australian National University,
Regulatory Institutions Network

Delft University of Technology,
Department of Technology, Policy and Management Dr. Jeroen van der Heijden 40% 35% 50% Energy use Material use Greenhouse gasses Buildings account for DIRECTIVES LEAD
MARKET
INITIATIVE Current EU approach EU vision Energy

Waste

Water direct & indirect

direct

indirect What is regulation??? (or: A tale of confusion and disagreement) What is sustainable construction ??? Tripple bottom line 1. Laws/decrees/ordinances

2. Mandatory/advisory requirements

3. Deemed to satisfy Energy performance
Water conservation
Waste limitation
Protection of biodiversity
Minimizing resource use Economic quality Effectiveness and efficiency of businesses
Support of local diversity
Density of development
Use local material/labour
Limit construction time Social quality Adherence to ethical standards
Provision of local services and facilities
Housing that meets needs
Integration in local context
Conservation of local heritage
Provision of access to green space Some findings Ecological quality Ecological quality: 10 out of 20

Social quality: 8 out of 19

Economical quality: 1 out of 12 Directives

Traditional (local) practice

Europeanization Directives work,
but... Set the example

Financial incentives

Stimulate policy learning

Raise public awareness

Move to a lower level of governance

Address existing building stock More info:

j.j.vanderheijden@anu.edu.au Energy performance (100%)
Thermal insulation (88%)
Water metering (81%)
Waste separation and recycling (94%)
CO2 reduction (75%)
Reduction of ozone depleting gasses (84%)
Reduction of greenhouse gasses (84%)
Conservation of flora on sites (81%)
Conservation of wildlife on sites (84%)
Conservation of natural habitats on sites (84%)
Ecological quality Social quality Safe and healthy workplaces (95%)
Provision of information to local communities during construction (90%)
Provision of affordable housing (76%)
rovision of green space within a certain distance (76%)
Indoor air-quality (90%)
Thermal comfort in winter (90%)
Thermal comfort in summer (76%)
Acoustic comfort (90%)
Economic quality Density of development (81%) appear to }
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