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Case study buildings Criteria for case studies Listed Buildings – Grades I and II Conservation Areas Mixture of residential, commercial, public Replicable SECHURBA Consultation: Local action groups – Civic Society, CPRE, STCRA Planners Conservation Officers Architects

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Case study buildings

Criteria for case studies

  • Listed Buildings – Grades I and II

  • Conservation Areas

  • Mixture of residential, commercial,

    public

  • Replicable

SECHURBA


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Consultation:

Local action groups – Civic Society, CPRE, STCRA

Planners

Conservation Officers

Architects

Local residents

Installers

External Advisory Committee

(UK - BRE and English Heritage)


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Case study buildings Shrewsbury:

Tanners – Wine Merchants

Crescent Place

Parade Shopping Centre

St Alkmunds Church

Plus possibly the Station



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Criteria for case study street: Ward :

Guidelines: Mixed tenure – owner/rented/housing association

Mixed age and styles but all Victorian and earlier

Cooperation of residents

Communication means:

Workshops

Web forums

Questionnaires

Public open events

Project Website coming soon


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St Alkmund’s Church Ward :

SECHURBA

Some examples already in Shrewsbury


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Old Home, Superhome Project Ward :

Listed building, within conservation area

CO2 reduction of 60% Electricity bills of £200 a year


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50mm Kingspan under slates Ward :

Flat plate solar thermal collector

Radiator reflector panels

Low energy lighting

15kW Pellet Stove

Wooden Secondary glazing


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Technologies being developed Ward :

Sympathetic integration of pv tiles



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Response to Draft Heritage Protection Bill by joint professions June 08:

(RTPI, IHBC, RICS, RIBA, POS & CIOB)

“Sustainability – social as well as environmental sustainability – cannot be divorced from heritage protection. In this context the joint professions’ statement in the response to the Heritage White Paper of 2007 is worth re-iterating: “ The retention and re-use of historic buildings can contribute to targets and aims for sustainable development. ….The destruction of buildings represents the loss of their embodied energy and necessitates a new investment of energy to construct the replacement………Generic guidance on making historic properties more energy-efficient without damage to their special interest should be provided.”


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Thanks for listening! professions June 08:

[email protected]

01743 277109



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SECHURBA professions June 08:Sustainable Energy Communities in Historic URBan Areas

Aims:to demonstrate energy efficiency and renewable energy intervention in historic urban areas and buildings respecting culture, heritage and local character

Start Date: 1st September 08

Duration: 30 months

SECHURBA


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Project Outcomes professions June 08::

40% reduction in CO2 emissions in studied buildings

Funding guidelines

Historic Community Climate Change Strategies – route map

SECHURBA Guide – best practice & identifying barriers and prospects for sustainable energy intervention

Funding commitments

Intelligent Energy Application Tool

Sponsorship for installations (MEA output) lead to real time data

Methodologies

Auditing of buildings

Identify barriers & constraints

Computer based energy advice tool

Community/Professional consultation – workshops & questionnaires

SECHURBA


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Main Partner organisations: professions June 08:

DenmarkCenergia – Energy Consultants

ItalyInstitute for Technologies Applied to Cultural Heritage – (National Research Council)

GreeceCRES – Centre for Renewable Energy Sources

Hungary EMI – state owned Technical Energy & Sustainable Building Consultancy

Bulgaria Union of Bulgarian Black Sea Local Authorities

Ireland University College Dublin - Energy Research Group

UK Shropshire County Council

SECHURBA


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Example case studies across Europe professions June 08:

(mixture of buildings & communities)

Hungary – Community of Szentendre

Greece - Athens centre buildings and

Rhodes Theatre

Denmark – Copenhagen City Hall

Italy – Zena Castle between Milan and Bologna

SECHURBA


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Shrewsbury area case study professions June 08:

Sustainable Energy Community:

"Local communities in which politicians, planners, developers, market actors and citizens actively co-operate to demonstrate and develop high degrees of decentralized energy supply, favouring renewable energies as sources, together with a conscientious application of energy efficiency measures in all end-use sectors". (IEE)

SECHURBA


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