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  • 2016. évi LXXIV. törvény a településkép védelméről

    A law laying the national framework for the system of individual policy documents of the settlements. It defines the framework for “settlement preservation statutes” and “settlement preservation handbooks”, which serve as the local tools for the protection and regulation of settlements. There is a strong emphasis on the regulation of advertisements. In Hungary the building authorities are the county offices of the state government, while the settlements can control the building activities through so-called settlement preservation appraisals, which follow the local regulation. The local statutes also include the listed buildings

    Law on Strategic Environmental Impact Assessment

    The “Law on Strategic Environmental Impact Assessment” meticulously incorporates considerations for cultural-historic heritage within its framework for environmental protection and planning. It mandates the inclusion of cultural-historic heritage assessments in the strategic evaluation process for plans and programs that could influence the environment. This approach ensures that any potential impacts on cultural-historic sites are carefully evaluated, and measures are implemented to minimize negative effects. The law emphasizes a comprehensive assessment process that includes public participation, ensuring that decisions regarding development and environmental management respect and preserve Serbia’s cultural and historical

    Program energetske obnove zgrada koje imaju status kulturnog dobra za razdoblje do 2030. godine (Energy Renovation Program for Buildings with the Status of Cultural Property until 2030)

    The document outlines a comprehensive program for the energy renovation of buildings designated as cultural heritage in Croatia by 2030. It aims for a holistic renovation approach, ensuring the protection and preservation of cultural heritage. The program categorizes buildings into individually protected cultural goods and those within protected cultural-historical units, excluding buildings protected as preventive cultural goods or listed goods. Three main approaches are developed: application of individual energy renovation measures, integral energy renovation, and comprehensive renovation, each aiming to achieve a minimum savings of 20% in annual thermal energy

    Nacionalna razvojna strategija Republike Hrvatske do 2030. godine (National development strategy until 2030 Republic of Croatia)

    The National Development Strategy of Croatia until 2030 incorporates the preservation and enhancement of cultural heritage as an integral component of its broader objectives for sustainable development and social cohesion. It emphasizes the significance of cultural heritage in promoting national identity, fostering social inclusion, and contributing to economic development through tourism and the creative industries. The strategy outlines plans to invest in the restoration and conservation of cultural monuments and sites, leveraging them as catalysts for local development and as pivotal elements in the country’s tourism offering. Recognizing the vulnerability

    Preporuke za primjenu mjera energetske učinkovitosti na graditeljskoj baštini (Recommendations for implementation of energy efficiency measures on built heritage)

    The document outlines a comprehensive approach for implementing energy efficiency measures in built heritage, emphasizing the balance between enhancing energy performance and preserving cultural values. It introduces specific methodologies for the energy renovation of heritage buildings, detailing preparatory steps, assessment of current conditions, and the selection of appropriate energy efficiency measures that do not compromise the building’s historical integrity. The strategy includes conducting preliminary energy analyses, integrating renewable energy sources when feasible, and applying non-invasive, reversible interventions to ensure the long-term preservation of the building’s authentic characteristics while improving its

    Integrirani nacionalni energetski i klimatski plan za Republiku Hrvatsku za razdoblje od 2021. do 2030. godine (Integrated national energy and climate plan for the Republic of Croatia 2021-2030)

    The Croatian National Energy and Climate Plan for 2021-2030 embeds cultural goods, particularly focusing on the program for the energy renovation of buildings that have the status of cultural heritage. It distinguishes between individually protected cultural goods (individual buildings and architectural complexes) and buildings located within protected cultural and historical complexes. It does not cover buildings protected as preventive cultural goods or listed cultural goods. The program develops two main approaches to the energy renovation of these buildings: a comprehensive (integral) approach and an approach applying individual energy renovation measures.

    Kultuuri arengukava 2021-2030

    The Culture Development Plan 2021-2030 is the document that establishes the strategic goals in the field of culture and continues the strategy set out in the Fundamentals of Cultural Policy until 2020. The implementation of the development plan is coordinated by the Ministry of Culture. Cultural heritage is specifically elaborate on as priority 2: Estonian cultural memory is preserved and valued. Objectives of the development plan include: Estonian culture vibrant, evolving and open to the world, and participation in culture is a natural part of everyone’s life, Estonian cultural life

    2001. évi LXIV. törvény a kulturális örökség védelméről / A kulturális örökségről szóló törvény

    The fundamental law on cultural heritage in Hungary that has encompassed the field of built heritage, archaeology, parks and gardens, and protected works of art since 2001. The law is due to undergo basic transformation in 2024, as built heritage will be the subject of the new Law on Hungarian Architecture, created in 2023 whose sections on built heritage are due to take over the function of this law from 1. October 2024. The fields of archaeology, parks and gardens, and protected works of art will continue possibly in a

    Estratégia Nacional de Longo Prazo para o Combate à Pobreza Energética 2023-2050 (ELPPE)

    The National Long-Term Strategy for Combating Energy Poverty 2023-2050 (ELPPE) aims to eradicate energy poverty in Portugal by 2050, safeguarding vulnerable consumers and integrating them into energy-efficient services. The strategy aligns with the EU Directive on Energy Efficiency, defining energy poverty as the lack of access to essential energy services. It is guided by the UN Sustainable Development Goals, particularly Goal 7 on renewable and accessible energy, Goal 1 on poverty eradication, and Goal 13 on climate action. The ELPPE outlines four strategic intervention axes: promoting housing energy and environmental

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