Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
NRC Introduction
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

NRC Introduction


Published on

Published in: Design
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Total Views
On Slideshare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

No notes for slide
  • The domestic 27% has been much debated so the next slide breaks down the non domestic problems, and how much more fragmented it is.
  • With this many areas of concern it is difficult to come up with a single solution as the properties and occupants have very different uses, but the 18% is still a huge amount of emissions.
  • This highlights a number of problems. That so many properties will be demolished; almost 70%, which is contrary to the domestic, where 70% will still be with us in 2050. should we accept that or look to why this is occurring, and can the properties be adapted to serve other needs such as housing. Also there is the issue of embodied carbon of all the demolition.
  • Mention of raising profile with government officials including Gregg Barker , David Cameron, Nick Clegg, Ed Davey (on his first appointment at DECC) and Vince Cable with the vice premier of China.
  • Social media used to promote our activities
  • Revamped portal which will be used to build up a robust collection of data across all refurbishments in the uk.
  • Optional slide top attract new members
  • Fabric first approach of course. Local market insight plus the need to identify carbon clusters that will achieve the intermittent 2020 targets as well as the long term targets of 2050. Using the south west as an example the table identifies the number of properties by location.
  • We can then use data from the English (and Welsh, Scottish, northern Irish) House condition surveys to look at properties off gas and existing energy ratings, understand then breakdown of the properties, and overlay the portal data to see what the properties are producing and what measures will optimally reduce the emissions
  • Transcript

    • 1. National Refurbishment CentreOpen Week 8th to 12th October 2012CoRE 10th October 2012
    • 2. OriginThe NRC was born out of the collaboration ofBRE and the Energy Saving Trust, partners onthe Victorian Terrace project and other keyindustry leaders in supply, skills andimplementation.
    • 3. Partners
    • 4. Victorian Terrace BASF House Nottingham Gentoo HomesSalford Energy House CoRE Stoke on Trent
    • 5. DriversRefurbishment Market is worth £26bneach year and that will rise with GreenDeal measures
    • 6. UK emissions 560mt CO2 Agriculture, UK Emmsisions 1% 560MtCO2, 0 Transport , 29% Domestic, 27 % Commercial and public Industrial Industrialbuildings, 18 process, 21 buildings, 4 % % %
    • 7. Non domestic buildings Miscellaneous, 1 4Transport/comm unications, 1 Healthcare , 1 Industrial , 23 Heritage and entertainment , 3 Public Offices, 3 Sports, 4 Government estate , 4 Further and Higher education Retail, 18 ,4 Schools, 7 Commercial Hotels and Offices , 9 Restaurants, 15
    • 8. Non domestic profileFloor area (million m2) •Overall increase in of 35% by 2050 •68% of existing will be demolished •New build will represent 70% of 2010 floor area •32% will undergo major refurbishment by 2050
    • 9. AchievementsAwarenessThe NRC has achieved a high level ofawareness in industry and Government of itsintention to guide stakeholders in delivery ofRefurbishment solutionsData CollectionNRC has brought together the largest dataset ofrefurbished properties in the UK
    • 10. AchievementsSolutionsNRC has analysed the data to develop thesolutions needed to deliver mass retrofit ofpropertiesResearch Based HubUsing the partners skill sets to develop areas ofresearch.
    • 11. Principles- Partnership approach – open data- Collaboration in a competitive environment- Leadership – Government and Industry- Agreed Standards and measurement- Independent Reporting
    • 12. Raising NRC profile
    • 13. Website Twitter Linked In
    • 14. Refurb Portal
    • 15. MembershipNew members• 3 year engagement• £7,500 per year • Aims of the group • Steering Committee • Opportunities at Events • Quarterly Partners meeting • Access to NRC Database • First option on NRC Data Analyses • Website, Newsletters & Info to Partner • Publicity & Promotion • Research & Development • Special Projects
    • 16. Next Steps•Existing Buildings Hub•Research based initiatives•Ongoing engagement with government and third sector•Smart Cities•Regional approach•Non domestic strategy
    • 17. Research Projects: regional approach Smart Technology South West 1,141 1,200 1,000 1 800 676 Fabric 600 410 400 200 0 2 3 city / urban centres suburban ruralHeating Renewables Properties by location 000’s
    • 18. Research Projects: regional approach South West 1,141 1,200 1,000 800 676 600 410 400 200 0 city / urban centres suburban rural SAP E Pre 52.4 1919 1919-Heritage 1944 25% off terraced gas terraced 610,000 19145- 1990+ 1964 6.9 1965- tonnes 1990 CO2
    • 19. Thank you