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7 Dec 20 |

Barcelona launches its first CLT-inspired housing initiative

The city's ambition to deliver more affordable homes

Barcelona launches its first CLT-inspired housing initiative

Community Land Trusts (CLTs) have become a popular housing model among housing activists and practitioners around the world. Originally developed by rural African-American communities in the United States, it is now spreading in urban areas across North America and the United Kingdom, as well as in continental Europe. Eduard Cabré Romans - International Relations Consultant at the Barcelona Municipal Institute of Housing and Renovation (IMHAB) - tells us more.

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20 Nov 20 |

How a Dutch social housing association is revolutionising home renting

Progress of the Qlinker's case: digitizing for minimal human action

How a Dutch social housing association is revolutionising home renting

About three years ago, qlinker was presented as the first digital housing association in the Netherlands. With the experience of a hundred years of social housing, but without the restrictions of a hundred years of social housing. Does that mean a story of "freedom, happiness" where you can always choose for the customer and innovation? A conversation with Lead Architect Marcel Vogel about out-of-the-box thinking, digital processes and the letting of the first 136 homes.

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18 Nov 20 |

Developing Positive Energy Districts in Europe: National Strengths and Weaknesses

How could PEDs/ZEDs be developed? Read the webinar report and watch the recording

Developing Positive Energy Districts in Europe: National Strengths and Weaknesses

Four Housing Europe members representing national housing federations in the EU-funded project syn.ikia demonstration countries gathered to identify opportunities and bottlenecks to the implementation of Positive Energy Districts (PEDs) and Zero Energy Districts (ZEDs) in existing legislation and policy across Europe. Could PEDs/ZEDs be developed in your country for more affordable and liveable neighbourhoods?

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