Introduction to the Fruit Basket, project Output Library

The Baltic Sea Region (BSR) Programme 2007-2013 financed in total 90 transnational cooperation projects covering a wide scope of themes. In order to share the work done with you, the Programme has created this online basket of projects – a Fruit Basket if you will (formally called the Output Library).

The Fruit Basket may be used for diverse purposes. For example, when you have a specific challenge in your area with regard to transport, you may want to find out what has been done previously in that area and you will most likely find useful documents that would increase your knowledge in the specific topic. Take your pick!

You searched for "Construction and renovation". 8 outputs found.

Project:
Title:
Longlife 1 - Analysis and Comparison
Date:
Mar 2010
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Description:
Longlife 1 Report - Analysis and comparison – analyses differences and commonness’s and how a “housing project” functions. This initial comparative stage covers planning, building permit and tendering procedures, practices for developing and operating housing and construction technologies. The report reflects the currently most applicable features in Denmark, Germany, Lithuania, Poland and Russia. With this exercise Longlife has started to ensure that differences across the Baltic Sea Region will be minimised as regards environmentally-friendly constructions.
Project:
Title:
Longlife 2 - Development of standards, criteria and specifications
Date:
Dec 2010
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Description:
Longlife 2 Report - Development of standards, criteria and specifications - informs about the developed common benchmarks in Denmark, Germany, Lithuania, Poland and Russia to develop sustainable, energy efficient buildings. These are requirements for planner, designer, institutions, and construction companies. Longlife Report 2 reports on sustainable building, engineering and technology standards, administrative, legal and tendering procedures, economical and financial models, assessment of sustainability, life cycle and operating costs. The Longlife 2 Report is the follow up of Longlife 1 Report.
Project:
Title:
Longlife Legal Requirements
Date:
Dec 2011
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Description:
Longlife Legal Requirements reports on the legal sustainability requirements and building permission procedures. It is a comparison of the legal framework in Germany, Denmark, Poland and Lithuania on the implementation of the EU directive for energy efficiency.
Project:
Title:
Holistic Strategies for Energy Efficient Refurbishment of the Housing Stock and Renewal of the Related Energy Supply System
Date:
Jan 2012
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Description:
The manual presents an overview of various suitable and realistic approaches to implement energy and climate friendly measures to improve energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy sources in the housing sector, embedded in the framework of an integrated energy efficiency concept for residential urban areas. It provides lessons learnt and recommendations aiming to give advice to practitioners on local level to choose appropriate solutions in the development of energy efficiency concepts, measures and supporting structures.
Project:
Title:
Guidelines for Innovative Use of EU Funds for Measures in the Housing Sector and Deprived Urban Areas
Date:
Jan 2012
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Description:
The guideline provides a practical approach to available funding options on both national and EU level. Furthermore, financing options and schemes identified and implemented by the project partners are presented. The innovative use of ERDF is explained by different available options, e.g. special grant schemes and loan programmes based on revolving funds. The guidelines can be used by local, regional or national actors when drawing up financing schemes for energy efficient housing refurbishment and/or the revitalisation of deprived urban neighbourhoods.
Project:
Title:
Cost-benefit analysis (CBA) and MCDA for adaptation options
Date:
Nov 2011
Description:
The project tested the applicability of cost assessment methods and multi criteria decision analysis in Kalundborg, Helsinki, Klaipeda, Riga and along the West-Estonian coast. Kalundborg: http://www.baltcica.org/documents/ManualCBA2a.pdf Riga: http://www.baltcica.org/results/events/documents/BaltCICA_Helsinki_Locmanis.pdf Helsinki: http://www.baltcica.org/results/events/documents/BaltCICA_Helsinki_Viinanen.pdf Klaipeda: http://www.baltcica.org/results/events/documents/BaltCICA_Helsinki_Stonevicius.pdf West Estonian coast: Results will be part of BaltCICA book. The project tested the applicability of cost assessment methods and multi criteria decision analysis in Kalundborg, Helsinki, Klaipeda, Riga and along the West-Estonian coast. Kalundborg: http://www.baltcica.org/documents/ManualCBA2a.pdf Riga: http://www.baltcica.org/results/events/documents/BaltCICA_Helsinki_Locmanis.pdf Helsinki: http://www.baltcica.org/results/events/documents/BaltCICA_Helsinki_Viinanen.pdf Klaipeda: http://www.baltcica.org/results/events/documents/BaltCICA_Helsinki_Stonevicius.pdf West Estonian coast: Results are part of BaltCICA book.
Title:
Integrated regional infrastructure planning
Date:
Mar 2013
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Description:
The paper includes comparison of different ways of distributing biogas taking into account economical and environmental factors. It also covers conversion of depots for biogas use as well as planning and construction of pipelines for biogas distribution. In addiiton, comparisons of different fuelling systems have been made. The comparison of the distribution network builds to a large extent on lessons learnt of partners. These studies have been used by cities in the process of implementing biogas systems in public transport.
Project:
Title:
Manual on infrastructure and planning needs for aquaculture in Baltic Sea Region
Date:
Mar 2014
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Description:
Planning a specific aquaculture project is a complex time-consuming and cost-intensive challenge with a lot of interdisciplinary tasks. It needs case-related assessment, planning and management of diverse economical, ecological and social parameters. Investors for aquaculture plants have to apply for numerous permits of different authorities and need information about funding opportunities. This manual provides an overview on infrastructure and planning needs for aquaculture and also includes information on financing conditions and responsible permit authorities.