To achieve the goals set by the Renovation Wave and the Long-Term Renovation Strategies it is important to implement specific policies and instruments, such as Building Renovation Passports and Digital Building Logbooks which are essentially renovation roadmaps that building owners can use to plan deep renovations, collect all relevant information in a unique place and get an up-to-date overview of the building across its lifetime.
One-stop-shops are also important tools to promote building renovations by centralising a range of services, including technical and social diagnosis, coordination of suppliers, financing support and monitoring of the implemented measures. One-stop-shops could therefore be the tool that helps to build owners apply the measures identified in the Building Renovation Passports. By doing this at a large scale, one-stop-shops would be a centre of up-to-date information on the building stock, which could be very useful to local and national authorities as a monitoring tool for public policies’ implementation. In addition to this, Building Renovation Passports and Ones-stop-shops might also facilitate the improvement of energy efficiency levels in public buildings.
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