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Housing Housing Access to secure and affordable housing Access to secure and affordable housing admin Wed, 01/27/2021 - 17:21 Subtopic Featured Image Topic Housing Subtopic Overview The focus of this section is on strategies for supporting resettled refugees to obtain long-term, safe, secure and affordable housing. (...) Recognising that few resettled refugees are likely to be in a position to purchase a home in their early years in the resettlement country, this section focuses on rental housing options. Planning safe, secure and affordable housing When establishing a new program, think about: developing partnerships with governmental and private sector housing providers, housing associations, charitable organisations, etc. providing support for resettled refugees to access long-term housing as part of integration case management and reception support. (...) In the longer term, aim for: the inclusion of information about accessing long term housing in orientation programs. the involvement of volunteer and professional social support providers in assisting resettled refugees to secure housing; For example, difficulties can stem from broader issues such as public sector housing waiting lists which may require potential tenants to be resident in the area for an extended period of time.
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Score: 769356.6 - https://www.unhcr.org/handbooks/ih/taxonomy/term/3/feed
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Questionnaire on the responsibilities of sub-national governments with respect to the right to adequate housing Response of Ireland Ireland has no constitutional or legally established right to housing or accommodation for its citizens; however, we have an established housing policy to guide government housing provision and programmes. (...) The aim is to provide short-term assistance, and not to act as an alternative to the other social housing schemes operated by local authorities and Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government (DECLG). (...) There are currently some 49,000 recipients in receipt of the scheme for 18 months or more. · The qualifying conditions are set out in primary legislation under the Social Welfare Consolidation Act 2005, as amended and Statutory Instrument 412/2007 as amended. · The Government’s strategic policy direction is to return rent supplement to its original purpose of a short-term income support scheme. To this end, in July 2013 the Government approved the introduction of the Housing Assistance Payment (HAP). · HAP is being introduced to provide a more integrated system of housing supports under the auspices of DECLG and has been designed to allow any households that find full-time employment to remain in the scheme. · HAP, is currently being rolled out in 7 local authority areas, which will transfer responsibility for recipients of rent supplement with a long-term housing need to local authorities. · In effect, new customers who are assessed as having a long-term housing need will in future apply for assistance under HAP rather than rent supplement. · Rent Supplement will continue to be paid to those who are already in the private rented sector but who, generally because of a loss of employment, require short term housing support in order to pay their rent.
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Score: 763881.25 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ts/141114Response_Ireland.docx
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In the longer term, aim for: the inclusion of information about accessing long term housing in orientation programs. the involvement of volunteer and professional social support providers in assisting resettled refugees to secure housing; For example, difficulties can stem from broader issues such as public sector housing waiting lists which may require potential tenants to be resident in the area for an extended period of time. (...) Recognising the critical role of housing in the integration process, Denmark, Sweden, Finland and the Netherlands all allocate long-term housing to resettled refugees soon after their arrival. (...) To top 3 Initiatives to facilitate access to safe, secure and affordable housing Housing information and support Most countries incorporate information about housing into orientation programs and offer individual support to secure long term housing as part of reception and early integration support.
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Score: 760431.45 - https://www.unhcr.org/handbook...-secure-and-affordable-housing
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The National Housing Programme creates an environment that will make it possible to implement of long term measures for achieving the set targets. (...) This refers in particular to the accessibility of housing for various population groups in terms of price and supply of high-quality housing to meet a variety of needs. (...) The proposed type is not intended to supply housing over the long term, but as initial assistance for young people in ensuring their housing independence; a time and an age limit for residence is envisaged.
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Score: 757986.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ies/States/Slovenia_Annex1.pdf
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As for all other citizens in Denmark older persons are in general finding housing that are suitable in terms of location, price, size, type of ownership etc. (...) Furthermore, the agreement holds initiatives for improving the existing social housing dwellings for older persons in terms of providing adequate housing for older persons (50 million DKK). (...) The agreement holds financial means (4.8 billion DKK) for a greater amount of adequate social housing in terms of accessibility inside and around social housing dwellings.
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Score: 752190.53 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...uate-housing-DENMARK-en_0.docx
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□ Establishment and operation of National Housing Fund o Purpose of establishment    - Secure stable housing supply to solve housing problems and improve a living environment of houseless people and low income people (law interest loan for housing construction and purchase) o Background    - Housing prices surged as demand for housing increased in cities due to rapid urbanization in the 1970~80s (...) Please provide (in annex) any relevant document, laws, regulation or policies. □ Construction and supply of Bogeumjari Housing  o Background    - Bogeumjari Housing: diverse rental houses and small & medium-sized housing- for-sale customized for home buyers, which are supplied to secure residential welfare and to increase home ownership of houseless people  (Finances: general finances, National Housing Fund)  o Type of Bogeumjari Housing Type Key contents rental housing long-term rental housing permanent rent supplied to the lowest income people   (at 30% of the market price with financial support) national rent (30 years) mandatory rental period - 30 years, supplied at 60∼70% of the market price (differentiated rental fees according to income, flexible selection between monthly rent or lease) public rental housing 10-year installment transferred to housing-for-sale after 10 years of rent (Active welfare improvement) long-term lease (20 years) supplied as long-term lease (20 years) housing to provide diverse home opportunities (mostly in city centers) Housing-for-sale supplied as housing-for-sale at a low price (less than National Housing size) o Supply plan : 'Measures to revitalize housing supply and Bogeumjari Housing construction revitalization in urban areas’(2008.Sep.19) - The public sector will directly construct and supply 1.5 million Bogeumjari Housing units over the next 10 years to solve housing problems of houseless people and low income class   Bogeumjari Housing(1.5mil. units)   region Supply plan public rent (0.80mil. units) permanent rent 100,000 units ⇔ capital region (1 mil. units) in city center: 200,000 units (reconstruction, redevelopment, station area, etc.)  National Rent 400,000 units near city: 300,000 units (cancellation of Green Belt Area) 10-year rent, long-term lease 300,000 units suburban areas: 500,000units (new town, public residential land, etc.) small & medium size housing-for-sale (700,000units)   local areas (500,000 units) 500,000 units by development residential land /End/ PAGE 1
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Score: 751095.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...inancing/Republic_of_Korea.doc
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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. As to the buildings in the SR it means the reduction of aprox. 1,8 MtCO2 produced in building heating and cooling systems.  According to our estimate, we expect savings of 19.000 GW/h yearly by 2050 and that brings reduction of 87% from actual CO2 production in all types of buildings. 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: 744521.7 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...%C3%A1kov%C3%A1%20Slovakia.pdf
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Real Estate Market Advisory Group (REM) | UNECE Skip to main content English Advanced Search Main navigation A propos Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Work with us Nos activités Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Urban Development, Housing & Land Thèmes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development Où nous travaillons Gouvernance Événements Meetings & Events Coronavirus Advisory Publications Médias Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos More options Housing and Land Management Housing and Land Management About us Secretariat Composition The Committee Bureau of the Committee History of the Committee The Working Party Bureau of the Working Party Terms of Reference REM Advisory Group members Brochures Geneva UN Charter on Sustainable Housing Geneva UN Charter Centres of Excellence Regional Action Plan 2030 Areas of Work Sustainable Housing and Real Estate Markets Affordable and Social Housing, Housing Finance Past activities Energy Efficiency in Buildings Sustainable Urban Development Sustainable Smart Cities Forum of Mayors National Urban Policies Land Administration and Management Land Administration Reviews Country Profiles on Urban Development, Housing and Land Management Projects UN4Kharkiv: Plan for the Integrated Rehabilitation of Settlements (Territories) in Ukraine with a pilot project in the city of Kharkiv Inter-regional cooperation for the implementation of the New Urban Agenda Norwegian project Post COVID-19 Recovery in Informal Settlements in the ECE Region UNDA 13th tranche project on building economic resilience after COVID-19 UNDA 12th tranche project on innovative financing for sustainable smart cities UNDA 11th tranche UNDA 10th tranche UNDA 9th tranche Armenia Training materials Meetings and Events Publications and reports Standards Press Releases Videos Contact us Quick links Real Estate Market Advisory Group (REM) The UNECE Real Estate Market Advisory Group is a team of specialists, which assists the Committee on Urban Development, Housing and Land Management and the Working Party on Land Administration to develop stronger housing real estate markets. The activities of the Advisory Group address the following topics: Energy efficient housing Fire safety Affordable and social housing, and real estate economics (including sharing economy) Housing finance (including transparent and advanced financial products for housing) Management of multi-apartment buildings Property valuation and registration Smart and sustainable urban development Land markets and land administration   The activities of the REM are based on cooperation and exchange of experience among experts of UNECE member States. This is done through: Seminars, conferences and workshops organized in member States Publication of studies and guidelines on specific housing and real estate and urban development topics Provision of policy advice and expert assistance Contribution to the works and studies of the Committee on Urban Development, Housing and Land Management and the Working Party on Land Administration   The Advisory Board Terms of Reference for 2021-2022 was endorsed by the eighty-first session of the Committee on Urban Development, Housing and Land Management in October 2020 and is available here (please see below).
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Score: 744153.96 - https://unece.org/fr/node/9984
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Real Estate Market Advisory Group (REM) | UNECE Skip to main content English Advanced Search Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Housing & Land Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos UNECE Real Estate Market Advisory Group (REM) More options Housing and Land Management Housing and Land Management About us Secretariat Composition The Committee Bureau of the Committee History of the Committee The Working Party Bureau of the Working Party Terms of Reference REM Advisory Group members Brochures Geneva UN Charter on Sustainable Housing Geneva UN Charter Centres of Excellence Regional Action Plan 2030 Areas of Work Sustainable Housing and Real Estate Markets Affordable and Social Housing, Housing Finance Past activities Energy Efficiency in Buildings Sustainable Urban Development Sustainable Smart Cities Forum of Mayors National Urban Policies Land Administration and Management Land Administration Reviews Country Profiles on Urban Development, Housing and Land Management Projects UN4Kharkiv: Plan for the Integrated Rehabilitation of Settlements (Territories) in Ukraine with a pilot project in the city of Kharkiv Inter-regional cooperation for the implementation of the New Urban Agenda Norwegian project Post COVID-19 Recovery in Informal Settlements in the ECE Region UNDA 13th tranche project on building economic resilience after COVID-19 UNDA 12th tranche project on innovative financing for sustainable smart cities UNDA 11th tranche UNDA 10th tranche UNDA 9th tranche Armenia Training materials Meetings and Events Publications and reports Standards Press Releases Videos Contact us Quick links Real Estate Market Advisory Group (REM) The UNECE Real Estate Market Advisory Group is a team of specialists, which assists the Committee on Urban Development, Housing and Land Management and the Working Party on Land Administration to develop stronger housing real estate markets. The activities of the Advisory Group address the following topics: Energy efficient housing Fire safety Affordable and social housing, and real estate economics (including sharing economy) Housing finance (including transparent and advanced financial products for housing) Management of multi-apartment buildings Property valuation and registration Smart and sustainable urban development Land markets and land administration   The activities of the REM are based on cooperation and exchange of experience among experts of UNECE member States. This is done through: Seminars, conferences and workshops organized in member States Publication of studies and guidelines on specific housing and real estate and urban development topics Provision of policy advice and expert assistance Contribution to the works and studies of the Committee on Urban Development, Housing and Land Management and the Working Party on Land Administration   The Advisory Board Terms of Reference for 2021-2022 was endorsed by the eighty-first session of the Committee on Urban Development, Housing and Land Management in October 2020 and is available here (please see below).
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Score: 744153.96 - https://unece.org/housing/advisory-group
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Real Estate Market Advisory Group (REM) | UNECE Skip to main content English Advanced Search Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Urban Development, Housing & Land Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos More options Housing and Land Management Housing and Land Management About us Secretariat Composition The Committee Bureau of the Committee History of the Committee The Working Party Bureau of the Working Party Terms of Reference REM Advisory Group members Brochures Geneva UN Charter on Sustainable Housing Geneva UN Charter Centres of Excellence Regional Action Plan 2030 Areas of Work Sustainable Housing and Real Estate Markets Affordable and Social Housing, Housing Finance Past activities Energy Efficiency in Buildings Sustainable Urban Development Sustainable Smart Cities Forum of Mayors National Urban Policies Land Administration and Management Land Administration Reviews Country Profiles on Urban Development, Housing and Land Management Projects UN4Kharkiv: Plan for the Integrated Rehabilitation of Settlements (Territories) in Ukraine with a pilot project in the city of Kharkiv Inter-regional cooperation for the implementation of the New Urban Agenda Norwegian project Post COVID-19 Recovery in Informal Settlements in the ECE Region UNDA 13th tranche project on building economic resilience after COVID-19 UNDA 12th tranche project on innovative financing for sustainable smart cities UNDA 11th tranche UNDA 10th tranche UNDA 9th tranche Armenia Training materials Meetings and Events Publications and reports Standards Press Releases Videos Contact us Quick links Real Estate Market Advisory Group (REM) The UNECE Real Estate Market Advisory Group is a team of specialists, which assists the Committee on Urban Development, Housing and Land Management and the Working Party on Land Administration to develop stronger housing real estate markets. The activities of the Advisory Group address the following topics: Energy efficient housing Fire safety Affordable and social housing, and real estate economics (including sharing economy) Housing finance (including transparent and advanced financial products for housing) Management of multi-apartment buildings Property valuation and registration Smart and sustainable urban development Land markets and land administration   The activities of the REM are based on cooperation and exchange of experience among experts of UNECE member States. This is done through: Seminars, conferences and workshops organized in member States Publication of studies and guidelines on specific housing and real estate and urban development topics Provision of policy advice and expert assistance Contribution to the works and studies of the Committee on Urban Development, Housing and Land Management and the Working Party on Land Administration   The Advisory Board Terms of Reference for 2021-2022 was endorsed by the eighty-first session of the Committee on Urban Development, Housing and Land Management in October 2020 and is available here (please see below).
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Score: 744153.96 - https://unece.org/es/node/9984
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