Presentation on theme: "SUSTAINABLE REGENERATION OF URBAN AREAS Ilse Rijneveld Pauline van Gijn City of Delft 15 th November 2012."— Presentation transcript:
SUSTAINABLE REGENERATION OF URBAN AREAS Ilse Rijneveld Pauline van Gijn City of Delft 15 th November 2012
DELFT CLIMATE POLICY CLIMATE GOALS Covenant of Mayors Local Climate plan: 50% CO 2 reduction in 2030 Long term ambition: energy-neutral Focus on energy efficiency in existing housing stock
EUROPEAN COOPERATION EUROPEAN PROJECTS ON SUSTAINABILITY SESAC CONCERTO, 6 th Framework programme goal: accelerating innovation in renewable energy solutions subsidy for investments and knowledge exchange Links, future proof historic centers Urbact II programme goals: integral development of cities subsidy for knowledge exchange
SESAC PROJECTS (DEMONSTRATION/INNOVATION) Large scale refurbishment in Poptahof New dwellings Harnaschpolder Healthcare centre Sportsfacility Buitenhof Low temperature district heating
POPTAHOF FACTS 2800 inhabitants of 30 nationalities Woonbron housing association owns the buildings Built in 1960s Apartments do not meet todays requirements About to fall into social decline SO Sustainable redevelopment of the whole Poptahof area Focus on liveability
SESAC POPTAHOF (DEMO) OBJECTIVES Refurbish 94 apartments to reach national building regulation standards for new dwellings. Install a 10 kWp PV system on the southern façade of one refurbished apartment building. Build 58 new dwellings having a final energy demand for space heating of 51 kWh/m2 Connect the modified neighborhood district heating systems to the low temperature district heating infrastructure. Step by step infrared quality control during the building process.
INFRARED QUALITY CONTROL
DELFT LINKS Sharing knowledge in redeveloping historic city centers. Both between cities as towards inhabitants. Focus on redevelopment of traditional buildings in order to save energy and to stimulate re-use of cultural heritage. Exchanging experiences in pilot projects (like BK-city and Foundation the White Rose) Develop an integral policy together with all stakeholders, inhabitants, heritage organisations and renovation professionals. (The local support group)
URBACT/LINKS Integral development Urban scale Technical aspects Social aspects Economic aspects
Pilot project Red Chemistry Re-use faculty building
Pilot project Renovation De witte Roos, 16th/18th century house Center for sustainable living
CONCLUSION LINKS Integral development is important for the sustainable development of city centers and built heritage. There is a high demand for knowledge exchange on both energy use reduction and built heritage. Both professional as for owners of buildings. Built heritage can be used as an initiator for area development.