This project will develop a co-benefit calculator suitable for different stakeholders (government regulators, developers, precinct planners and designers, and community end-users) to measure the core health and productivity performance of existing or planned precincts. These health and productivity performance indicators can potentially be linked to key features of the built environment at a precinct scale (such as residential density, housing typologies, level of mixed use, open space – including type and quality, street network etc.) as well as attributes of the immediately surrounding area (e.g. public transport accessibility, cycle routes, schools, job density etc.).
When #retrofitting a #home to save #energy and lower #carbon #emissions knowing your #climate zone and best approach is key. The #CRCLCL's new 'Guide to low carbon residential retrofits' helps #homeowners, #builders & #designers make informed decisions: https://t.co/EOVpy2GXeU pic.twitter.com/Juw8Ku7sOw— Low Carbon Living (@CRC_LCL) August 11, 2019