Since 2013, the association Buildings for the Future (B4F) has actively shaped public policies with the aim of promoting a high quality level of construction and renovation of buildings in terms of energy efficiency, the quality of the indoor environment and along principles of building sustainability.

NEWS

OUR WORK

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Buildings for the Visegrad Future: Comparative Study

The Study identifies best practices and pressing issues mainly in the 4 policy areas in the Visegrad.

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5 steps to modern buldings in Slovakia

The 5 steps show principles of public policies transformation to contribute healthy and quality living.

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Integrated national energy and climate plan of the Slovak Republic

DID YOU KNOW THAT… ?

Slovakia comprises 1.95 million housing units located in 1.05 million apartment blocks and detached houses and more than 15 thousand public buildings such as schools, offices, outpatient clinics, and hospitals.

Inadequate housing leads to 1.5 - 2.9 times higher incidence of health problems.

2/3 of buildings are in their initial condition and need renovation

Slovaks spend the largest share of household income on household energy among EU countries (14.5%).

1/5 of households live in inadequate housing units.

Poor quality buildings lead to increased healthcare costs reaching EUR 410 - 870 million a year.

Solid fuel heating causes more than 3 thousand premature deaths each year.

Roughly EUR 360 million a year is spent on running schools, hospitals, offices, and other public buildings.

PROJECTS

Improving energy security of the Visegrad through better energy efficiency of buildings.

MEMBERS

PARTNERS

CONTACT US

Address and billing information:

Buildings for the Future
Civic Association
Račianska 88/B
831 02 Bratislava
Slovakia
Company registration number: 42 448 018
Tax number: 2120454039

Bank account

SK02 0900 0000 0050 7494 5392

Contact

Kateřina Chajdiaková
Director
+421 905 565 951
chajdiakova@bpb.sk

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