Project good practices

A 60-year-old neighbourhood in physical degradation risked demolition. Instead it was renovated, resulting in improved living conditions and energy efficiency
Location: Norte, Portugal
Project: Social Green
In response to tenant requests for social aid to heat their dwellings, thermal rehabilitation was undertaken to combat energy poverty among vulnerable tenants.
Location: Sud - Muntenia, Romania (România)
Project: Social Green
A holistic redevelopment including building, social, economic, cultural, design and sustainable elements leads to renewal in one of Europe’s oldest districts.
Location: Lisboa, Portugal
Project: Social Green
Construction of three new energy efficient blocks of social housing, contributing to new homes for young people and an enhanced urban landscape
Location: Centru, Romania (România)
Project: Social Green
A pragmatic financing solution dramatically reduced the costs of renovation for residents while significantly improving the building’s energy efficiency
Location: Jadranska Hrvatska, Croatia (Hrvatska)
Project: Social Green
Thoroughly underlying analyses/studies led to retrofitting based on energy efficient criteria and a prioritization on the use of renewable resources
Location: Extremadura, Spain (España)
Project: Social Green
A retrofit of a densely populated district, with a concentration of social issues, that improved quality of life and neighbourhood perceptions.
Location: Norte, Portugal
Project: Social Green
Three new blocks of resource efficient social housing for citizens who lost their homes during to the post-1990 legal retrocession process.
Location: Centru, Romania (România)
Project: Social Green
An environmentally sustainable housing project designed to entice young people to stay and encourage them to start families.
Location: Burgenland AT, Austria (Österreich)
Project: Social Green
An old and not well-kept building of collective flats was retrofit to improve the energy performance and living standard for residents.
Location: Centru, Romania (România)
Project: Social Green
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