Abstract

Buildings last a long time, well beyond the time horizons of their creators, with many players involved in different roles.
• As building users, the whole population has an interest in them working better in every respect.
• Now we want to improve the performance of the stock, especially (not only) in terms of energy and carbon ... BUT
• The feedback loop from performance in use to construction and policymaking is poorly closed, a disastrous oversight.
BUT DO WE UNDERSTAND WHAT WE ARE DOING?

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Improving Building Performance; Sparing no Expense to get Something on the Cheap?

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