THE IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW DATA SOURCES TO INCREASE THE COVERAGE OF DATA ON HOUSING STOCKS IN POLAND
The EGiB is one of the reference registers covering data on real
estates. It is commonly used by public administration, within these as a data source
characterizing the real estates for the purpose of deeds. (...) Moreover, it is planned to use administrative data stored in the Registers of Real
Estate Prices and Values (RCiWN). The RCiWN is the main data source in the Real estate
sales surveys and Price on residential premises survey. In the RCWiN transactions on the
sale of real estate are recorded. Apart from the basic information about transaction, for
example kind of premises, its size or value, description of real estate is included.
Data Source: ods
Master plan of the City of Yerevan for 2005-2020 envisages district heating restoration in five large residential areas of the city
Currently the heating of residential building stock is through apartment level heating systems mainly based on natural gas
Combined heat and power based district heating restoration project in Avan district, Yerevan
• UNDP supported the design and implementation of the restoration of the centralized heat supply system in Avan district of Yerevan
• Establishment of legal framework - Decision of the Government of Armenia No.509-N, from 13 April, 2006 on framework Public Private Partnership and for Pilot, methodology on tariff policy.
• Full reconstruction of main and distribution network,
• Redesign of the internal distribution system in the buildings (from vertical distribution into horizontal one),
• Installation of new internal heating and hot water supply network, with possibility to regulate consumption,
• Installation of apartment level heat and hot water meters for introducing consumption based payment system,
• A multi-part tariff system for heat and hot water
SETTING UP EXAMPLES Promotion of RES in Heating Systems
Promotion of solar collectors use for centralized hot water supply in: Boarding schools Kindergartens Residential district heating systems Community baths
– Social and environmental benefits – Improved reliability of heat supply – Decrease of consumption of natural gas and electricity – Technical capacity building – CO2 emissions reduction – Awareness rising
Around 600 sq m of solar water heaters installed
Improving Energy Efficiency in Building Sector
Assisting in development and adoption of legal and normative documents
• Amendments to the RA Laws “On Urban Development” and “On Energy Saving and Renewable Energy” (submitted to the RA Government);
• “Buildings, structures, construction materials: Safety” Technical Regulation (submitted to the RA Government);
• Harmonization of Energy Performance in Buildings EU Directive – in process; • Charter of the MUD amended with clause on EE • Clause on EE included in the Law on Yerevan City Small Center • 15 EN/ISO standards approximated and adopted • “Buildings’ Energy Passport” national standard adopted; • “Construction Climatology” II-7.01-2011 building code renewed.
Designs of 5 replicable/typical energy efficient individual residential houses along with respective catalog developed for free use (MUD web-site)
Database developed on locally produced and imported construction insulation materials
Guidebook on technical solutions for EE
Seven types of locally produced insulation materials and pre-fabricates were tested and granted certificates.
More than 50 specialist trained
Energy efficiency laboratory equipped in State University of Architecture and Construction (2013).
Testing and certification laboratory established at “Shincertificate” LLC .
Education curricula and bilingual test book “Green Architecture: Energy Efficiency and Renewable” developed for Universities
Building Institutional and Human Capacity
Supporting Behavioral Change Towards Energy Efficiency
• TV programms for pilot project results dissemination • Social ads • Journalists training and contests • Web-site • Certification of buildings o Media contests to promote topics on EE o Articles, thematic calendars o School contests
•total area: 940 m2 •apartments: 22 •storeys: 3
Setting of Examples Energy Efficient Building in Goris
Incremental cost of EE measures: 8% of total price
Energy performance improvement: about 2 fold
Total additional area: about 23 sq.m
• Design document with increased energy performance requirements
• Thermal insulation of the external walls, first storey’s floor and the last floor cover, columns and balcony blocks and elimination of “cold bridges”
• Windows and doors with higher thermal resistance • Construction of tambours of the entrances • Installation of regulation and metering equipment
for heating system • Energy efficient lighting system
Demo building in earthquake zone
•total area: 2242 m2 •apartments: 36 •storeys: 4
External insulation of walls with polyurethane •Incremental cost of EE measures: 6% •Energy performance improvement: more than 2 fold •Total additional area: about 91 sq.m
Before 178kWh/m2 year CO2 emissions: 91 tons annually 620 USD per flat /year for heating season
After 74kWh/m2 year CO2 emissions: 31 tons annually 255 USD per flat/year for heating season
Setting of Examples Refurbishment of existing residential buildngs
9-storey residential building in Yerevan 1st project in Armenia
(total enveloping with poly styrene, establishment of doors and windows in
Energy performance improved by about 60%
First LEED certified building in the region Private donor funded school construction in
Yerevan • UNDP assisted in identification of insulation approach and design • in insulation of all the “cold bridges” of the building (1260 sq. m of beams and columns) with 50mm layer of polyurethane foam
School for 380 pupils opened its doors on September 2014
• Professional advise of UNDP expert team promoted revision of initial design of 6 residential buildings constructed by private developer “Al Hamra Real Estate Armenia” LLC
• Benefits gained: increase of internal surface by 916 sq.m valued at 1800$/sq.m
• Direct benefit to the developer - 1,650,000 USD
• Energy performance improvement - 36%
SETTING UP EXAMPLES replication of improved building energy efficient design
Green Urban Lighting
Municipal stret lighting systems in RA
Indicators Yerevan Other cities
Number of illuminated objects 1235 981 Number and type of street lights 54880 7450 High pressure sodium 150W/250W 50785 7450
Mercury (250W) 2000 3734 Mercury (400W) 700 2740 CFL 0 110 LED and halogen 229 0 Total installed capacity of street lighting system, MW 15 4 Annual electricity consumption for 2011, mln kWh/year 31,3 8,7 Annual electricity costs for 2011, mln USD/year 1,99 0,6 Average daily length of operation of street lighting, hours 8 6,44 Annual GHG emissions, street lighting systems, tCO2 /year 12500 3500
Main Objective of Project
To save energy and to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases by increasing energy efficiency of municipal lighting in the cities of Armenia via implementation of municipal investment programs and national policies.
Data Source: un
Report of work on the Handbook on Residential Property Price Indices 5. The Supplementary Handbook on CPI compilation - status 6. (...) As a result of this the IWGPS may be asked to consider the need to improve commercial real estate price information, given its importance for financial stability analysis.
5. (...) Other Business
One of the G-20 recommendations on information gaps (see Report of IWGPS meeting 11 May 2010) concerns lack of commercial real estate price statistics. Mick suggested that the IWGPS should include the issue on its next meeting(s), which was agreed.
Data Source: un
According to the flow-of-funds data from the Federal Reserve, towards the end of 2012, the value of real estate for household and non-profit organizations had recovered by 8.9 per cent from the bottom of Great Recession. Combined with the deleveraging process in the household sector, the ratio of outstanding mortgages to the value of real estate has declined to 47.4 per cent from the peak of 56.0 per cent.
(...) It will also increase holdings of exchange-trade funds and Japan real estate investment trusts, with a view to lowering risk premia of asset prices.
Data Source: un
United Nations ECE
It was developed in
consultation with the Bureau of the Working Party on Land Administration and the Real
Estate Market Advisory Group. The Bureau of the Committee discussed a first draft at a
retreat held on 2 and 3 July 2012. (...) The 2008 crash in asset prices and the subsequent financial and economic crises
underscored the vital role that real estate markets play in the world economy. Real estate
market financing and regulations impact on the welfare and livelihoods of citizens
everywhere. Therefore, regulatory frameworks need to be established that will allow real
estate markets to contribute positively to economic growth.
Data Source: ods
UNITED NATIONS NATIONS UNIES
Voluntary Public Disclosure 2021 Disclosing financial and other interests for the 2020 reporting year
Having complied with the United Nations Financial Disclosure Programme (ST/SGB/2006/6), I hereby make a voluntary public disclosure in the following manner:
Residential property, Portugal Estate, Portugal (undistributed inheritance) Investment funds, Banco BIG (UNIT-Linked insurance plan, Eurovida BIGLink, Portugal;
and Nordea 1 Climate and Environment Equity, Portugal/Luxembourg)
Profits from the sale of personal property:
Sale of investment, UNIT-Linked (Eurovida BIGLink), Portugal Sale of estate unit, Portugal
Income from non-United Nations sources:
Lifetime entitlement as former Prime Minster of Portugal, Government of Portugal
Member, Club of Madrid (on leave)
António Manuel de Oliveira Guterres Signature on file 29 November 2021
Name Signature Date
Data Source: un
Though the NPS indicated that only a small portion of its investments, to their knowledge have gone into residential real estate, the Special Rapporteur is concerned that due consideration is not being given as to whether investments in real estate may have any adverse effects on the enjoyment of the right to housing. The push of global investment into residential real estate has strongly contributed to the unaffordability of housing in many countries. Investment into real estate is not negative per se. However, there is a big difference if a public pension fund invests into social or public housing to promote a social goal, or mainly into residential real estate in prime locations with the intention of maximizing profits without any consideration whether such investments may have any adverse effect on the realization of the right to housing.
Data Source: un
.) • Financial (credit union • Parent status (new parents, • Shopping and fashion (cos- members, real estate inves- stay-at-home moms, etc.) metics, toys, etc.) tors, etc.) • Political views (conserva- • Sports and outdoors • Job role (corporate execu- tive, etc.) (...) Galaxy owners, 2G internet connections, etc.) • Purchase behaviour (coupon users, beer buyers, etc.) • Residential profiles (new homeowners, etc.) • Seasonal and events (Summer Olympics watch- ers, etc.) • Travel (business travellers, cruise takers, etc.)
Data Source: un
The introduction of the real estate tax is delayed until the unified real estate cadastre is up and running. (...) The Government has started to develop a methodology for the mass valuation of real estate. Experiments with the introduction of the real estate tax have been going on in two cities since 1997. (...) Developing valuation methodologies will remain the responsibility of the Federal Government.
C. Land and real estate market development
19. A dynamic, viable and a well regulated market in real property (land, commercial and
HBP/2003/7/Add.1 HBP/WP.7/2003/7/Add.1 page 7
residential buildings, and farms) plays a critical role in developing business and in raising living standards.
Data Source: un
For the expropriated real property a fair compensation shall be paid, which may not be lower than the market value of the real property. (...) A remaining part in reference to paragraph 1 of this article shall be considered the remainder of the parcel, part of the real estate or remaining part of the total real estate that is not subject to expropriation. (...) Article 18
The decision for adopting the expropriation proposal shall contain information about: 1) the user of the expropriation; 2) the real property that is expropriated by listing information from the real estate register; 3) the owner of the real property and the carriers of other property rights for that particular real property and their place of permanent residence or headquarters, and 4) the building or the other works for which construction or performance expropriation is undertaken.
Data Source: un