The role of natural ventilation in building sustainable subdivisions in south east Queensland

Anon. (2006) The role of natural ventilation in building sustainable subdivisions in south east Queensland. [Report]

Abstract

The objective of the consultative phase is to examine the role that natural ventilation has and can play in the subdivision planning process in SEQ. The Centre for Subtropical Design at QUT coordinated the consultative phase and has conducted a workshop, and interviews, with stakeholders including developers, land development consultants, land surveyors, urban designers and regulators, to identify current understanding of the impact of urban subdivision on natural ventilation, and the role of natural ventilation in achieving energy efficiency for dwellings. This report details the findings.

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Item Type: Report
Collection: CRC for Construction Innovation
Keywords: CRC for Construction Innovation; Program B : Sustainable Built Assets; Project 2002-077-B : Sustainable Subdivisions - Ventilation
Date Deposited: 11 Mar 2014 03:15
Last Modified: 11 Mar 2014 03:20
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URI: https://digitalcollections.qut.edu.au//id/eprint/1778
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