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However, "unoccupied" or "empty" dwelling does not necessarily mean that the dwelling is indeed unoccupied. (...) The analysis of various financial options that are accessible to the population in view of the improvement of the housing stock’s status shows that it is necessary to ensure better coordination and linking among various incentives and benefits for the renovation of dwellings and residential buildings, and to convert individual cases of good practice into a general pattern of good practice in this area. (...) A more just management of the right to use public rental dwellings will be ensured, which will, in turn, improve accessibility of rental dwellings for those persons who are unable to satisfy their residential needs in any other way.
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Score: 1428583.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ies/States/Slovenia_Annex1.pdf
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Prezentácia programu PowerPoint Workshop: „Climate-neutral housing – Decarbonizing the housing stock in an inclusive and affordable way“ The case of Slovakia Veronika Reháková Ministry of Transport and Construction of the Slovak Republic Housing in Slovakia – Basic facts Census 2021 • 5 449 270 inhabitants • 2 235 586 dwellings (49% family houses, 47% multifamily high-rised buildings) • 410 dwellings per 1,000 inhabitants (Hungary 429 dwellings; Czech Republic 455 dwellings; EU average 488 dwellings per 1,000 inhabitants) • 91,5 % - owner occupied, only 2,5 % - public rental housing • 16 000 dwellings ⇒ average number of dwellings constructed yearly • More than 70% of housing stock built before 1990 Energy performance of buildings • Energy performance standards  All new buildings from 1.1.2021 NZEB.  The existing building must fulfill the requirements set for new buildings. • Long term building renovation strategy (2021)  Increasing the number of buildings with deep renovation is a basic prerequisite for achieving a highly energy efficient and decarbonised building stock by 2050.  The long-term goal is to achieve the reduction of the greenhouse gas emissions in the EU between 80% and 95% comparing to 1990. (...) Priorities of State Housing Policy Gradual increase of the overall housing standard Increasing the affordability and accessibility of housing Improvement of the housing stock quality Economic instruments supporting housing development • Building savings scheme (1992) • Mortgage banking (1994) • State Housing Development Fund (1996) • Subsidies provided by the Ministry of Transport and Construction of the SR (Programme of housing development, 1998) • Programme of state support for refurbishment of the housing stock in form of provision of bank guarantees for loan (2005) • Single family houses thermal insulation support (2016) Number of refurbished dwellings with the State support 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 subsidy MTC SR loan SHDF Housing refurbishment in the Slovak Republic Dwellings in residential buildings Dwellings in family houses Total Census 2011 931 605 1 008 795 1 940 400 Refurbished dwellings to 31.12.2013 469 319 336 415 805 734 Share of refurbishment % 50,38 33,35 41,52 Refurbished dwellings to 31.12.2016 543 406 378 271 921 677 Share of refurbishment % 58,33 37,5 47,5 Refurbished dwellings to 31.12.2019 632 301 431 846 1 064 165 Share of refurbishment % 67,87 44,97 54,84 Source: Long-term renovation strategy, 2021 • More than 450 000 dwellings supported by the State instruments (SHDF loan, MTC SR subsidy) Thank you for your attention. veronika.rehakova@mindop.sk Slide Number 1 Slide Number 2 Slide Number 3 Slide Number 4 Slide Number 5 Slide Number 6 Slide Number 7 Slide Number 8
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Score: 1426481.2 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...%C3%A1kov%C3%A1%20Slovakia.pdf
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The share of rental dwellings in the housing stock will increase and the share of statistically unoccupied dwellings will decrease, in particular in areas with the largest demand for dwellings. (...) The pressure on the public rental housing stock is alleviated. Adequate dwelling environment for the elderly Providing appropriate dwellings for the elderly: improvement of the living and economic circumstances of the elderly: adapted housing stock to provide for an adequate level of care for the elderly and allow for a rational use of the housing stock and, at the same time, a reduction of costs. (...) The quality of living of inhabitants of such residential neighbourhoods, in particular in urban centres, will be improved. Building of new housing in areas where there is the greatest need Building of public rental dwellings Priority development areas for housing supply will be determined, and guidelines for the implementation of the national housing policy at the local and national level will be prepared.
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Score: 1419670.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ies/States/Slovenia_Annex2.pdf
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Qualitative and functional dwellings, 4. Increased residential mobility of the population. (...) In 2006-2011, the Expert Group for Resolving the Spatial Issues of Roma Settlements drafted an analysis of the status of Roma settlements and based thereon proposed further measures to improve the situation. The National Programme of Measures for the Roma 2010-2015 was aimed at improving the living conditions of the Roma community. (...) Within the drafting of the municipal spatial plans, all municipalities have engaged in improving Roma settlements; the responsible ministry monitors their work and offers technical assistance.
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Score: 1416807.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...RightLife/120716-Slovania.docx
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The percentage of households with access to improved sanitation (including in rural areas) before and after the implementation of these policies. c. (...) Since 1997, AACAP has improved living conditions and environmental health in remote Indigenous communities across Australia. (...) In particular, there were improvements in water and electricity supply and sewerage disposal.
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Score: 1415650.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ousingfinancing/Australia.docx
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For  the  lower‐middle  class,  funds  may  be  used  as  down payments  to obtain mortgages on new  apartments, or to improve their dwellings.  RESPONSIBILITY Ministry  of  Construction,  Construction  and  Housing Development Bank (CHDB)  MEASURING PROGRESS  Establishment  of  single  Authority  and  associated fund  Enabling  legislation  drafted  and  approved,  Board appointed    Number of dwellings produced or enabled  by authority; and funds disbursed  Along with proportion directed to low income  families      H O U S I N G   P O L I C Y   &   S T R A T E G Y   2 0 1 7         10    STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 1B:  Build capacity in urban and  housing policy, using pro‐poor  inclusive gendered  approaches.  (...) Recommend changes as necessary.   Improve  policy  capacity  at  all  levels  of  government.  (...) Most taxes require a developed cadastral  system  with  regularly  updated  valuations  of  improved  and  unimproved  values  (see  Objective 2B). 
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Score: 1364680.9 - https://unhabitat.org/sites/de...al-housing-policy-strategy.pdf
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The strategy for improving the coverage of non-observed economy in Albania has followed the recommendations of the Eurostat Tabular and the OECD Handbook. (...) INSTAT followed the standard procedure recommended in the SNA for estimating services of owner-occupied dwellings (OOD). The presentation will conclude with describing the recommendations for future works and the importance of continuing the improvements of the methodology for measuring non-observed economy in line with ESA 2010. 15. (...) However, in recent years, there has been improvements to the data inputs and a methodological update to yield an estimation that is more robust.
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Score: 1360814.6 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...les/2021-02/Abstracts%20IE.pdf
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Both activities provide a number of support services that enable older persons who need assistance and support with daily to live in a community, and also information on improving their housing and living standard; by informing on cases of good practices and counselling they contribute to changing the living habits of the older persons. (...) These special purpose public dwellings will be included in the housing stock of the public housing funds. (...) Question number 6: In the sphere of care for older persons, we have strived for years to regulate the institutional care for older persons (improve the infrastructure and introduce new work concepts) on the one hand, and enhance community programmes on the other, not only due to the COVID-19 pandemic, although it was a contributing factor.
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Score: 1349648.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ate-housing-SLOVENIA-en_0.docx
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P.11 Market output 131.8 P.12 Output for own final use 501.7 P.2 Intermediate consumption 193.2 3.D.11.01 3.D.11.51 Wages and salaries 34.6 3.D.12.01 3.D.12.51 Employers' social contributions 3.9 3.K.1.01 Consumption of fixed capital, other than on owner- occupied dwellings 6.2 3.K.1.02 Consumption of fixed capital on owner-occupied dwellings 100.3 3.D.41.01 1.D.41.52 Interest paid (MINUS RECEIVED) -0.5 3.D.41.51 1. D.41.02 Interest received - 3.D.42.01 Distributed income of corporations, paid - 3.D.42.51 Distributed income of corporations, received 0.0 3.P.51 Gross fixed capital formation 123.4 3.P.52 Changes in inventories -1.0 3.K.21.01 3.K.21.51 Acquisitions less disposals of land and other tangible non- produced assets 0.0 3.P.31.01 7.P.31.51 Individual consumption expenditure 3994.5 3.B.2.g Operating surplus, gross 295.3 14 Household sector – Bottlenecks  Data:  Survey response burden (3x surveys), drop in response rate from 80% to about 70%  Outdated business registry  Extension from the Tax Revenue Services  Business Survey takes about a year  Delay in collection of data (secondary data sources)  Outdated household budget survey data (from 2004/2005) 15 Household sector – Bottlenecks  Not efficient processing system (excel link tables)  Change in classification codes (ISIC rev.3 to ISIC rev.4)  Concepts and definitions of 1993 SNA  Other factors: limited funds etc. 16 Household sector - Improvements  Surveys: to motivate participation of businesses, Send reminders, Provide information folders, Seminar  Business registry: to update Business Registry – Curaçao Business Census in August/September 2014 (last 1998) 17 Household sector - Improvements  Household budget survey: Planning of Household budget survey in 2015. Developmental work is ongoing as it relates to item selection, sample design, questionnaire design  Adequate National Accounts software  Implement the required SNA-2008 milestones (technical assistance)  Gradual change to ISIC rev.4  Use of Coicop 18 Household sector - Conclusions  Future developments:  Continuous improvements in data processing (Methodology, Data collection)  Better cooperation with data providers 19 Thank you for your Attention!
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Score: 1334961.2 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...files/2014-semcn-s3-cw-cbs.pdf
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In the canvassing areas, census enumerators also prepare dwelling lists and usually complete the questionnaires at the dwelling with the respondents. (...) These dwellings would be identified by comparing good quality administrative data to the dwelling’s usual residents on the completed census questionnaire. (...) The timeline of some record linkage activities could be improved to allow imputation for non-mailout areas. 18.
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Score: 1333872.95 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul..._CES_GE.41_2022_7-2210829E.pdf
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