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by L. Sheridan,H.J. Visscher,F. Meijer
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PDF On Nov 19, 2014, L. Sheridan and others published Building regulations in Europe Part II: A. .Findings - The paper finds that the net internal area presently set by Portuguese building regulations should be increased by 5 to 15 percent.

Findings - The paper finds that the net internal area presently set by Portuguese building regulations should be increased by 5 to 15 percent. The net internal area figure obtained by the study is similar to mandatory regulations established by some other European countries.

This resulted in two books: 'Building regulations in Europe - Part I: A comparison of the systems of building control in eight European countries' (Housing and Urban Policy Studies, Volume 23) and 'Building regulations in Europe - Part II: A comparison of technical requirements.

This resulted in two books: 'Building regulations in Europe - Part I: A comparison of the systems of building control in eight European countries' (Housing and Urban Policy Studies, Volume 23) and 'Building regulations in Europe - Part II: A comparison of technical requirements in eight European countries' (this book).

This resulted in two books: 'Building regulations in Europe - Part I: A comparison of the systems of building control in eight European countries' (Housing and Urban Policy Studies, Volume 23. IOS Press, Inc. 6751 Tepper Drive Clifton, VA 20124 USA Te. +1 703 830 6300 Fax: +1 703 830 2300 salesress. com (Corporate matters and books only). IOS Press c/o Accucoms US, Inc. For North America Sales and Customer Service West Point Commons Suite 201 Lansdale PA 19446 USA Tel.

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Comparison of building permit procedures in European Union countries. JB Pedro, F Meijer, H Visscher. RICS Construction and Property Conference 356, 2011.

Building regulations in Europe Part II: A comparison of technical requirements in eight European countries. L Sheridan, HJ Visscher, FM Meijer. Housing and Urban Policy Studies 24, 2003. Problems in enforcing Dutch building regulations. J Van der Heijden, H Visscher, F Meijer. Structural Survey 25 (3/4), 319-329, 2007. European Directive for tendering architectural services; a too strict interpretation by Dutch Local Authorities. R Kroese, F Meijer, H Visscher. Comparison of building permit procedures in European Union countries.

Building regulations in Europe Part I: A comparison of the systems of building control in eight European countries. FM Meijer, HJ Visscher, L Sheridan. Housing and Urban and Policy Studies 23, 2002. A qualitative evaluation of policy instruments used to improve energy performance of existing private dwellings in the Netherlands. L Murphy, F Meijer, H Visscher. Energy Policy 45, 459-468, 2012.

The project resulted in two publications: Building Regulations in Europe Part 1, A comparison of the systems of building control in eight European countries (Meijer, Visscher and Sheridan 2002) and Building Regulations in Europe Part 2, A comparison of technical requirements.

The project resulted in two publications: Building Regulations in Europe Part 1, A comparison of the systems of building control in eight European countries (Meijer, Visscher and Sheridan 2002) and Building Regulations in Europe Part 2, A comparison of technical requirements in eight European Countries (Sheridan, Visscher, and Meijer 2003). This second study focussed besides the analyses of systems and overviews of the subjects in the regulations on a detailed comparison of the content of the requirements of some subjects

Sheridan, Visscher & Meijer Proceedings of the CIB CTBUH International Conference on Tall Buildings, 8 10 May .

Sheridan, Visscher & Meijer Proceedings of the CIB CTBUH International Conference on Tall Buildings, 8 10 May 2003, Malaysia L. SHERIDAN School of Architecture and Building Engineering, University of Liverpool, England Dr. i. Economic Commission for Europe, 1985 and Institute of Building Control, 1997, provide basic insight in the different systems in the European countries. Bowen, 1997, provides basic definitions to understand systems of technical requirements, with a focus on performance based building codes, such as the Dutch Building Decree.

In other European countries private parties are more dominant regarding . F Meijer & H Visscher, 1998.

In other European countries private parties are more dominant regarding the quality control of buildings. In this paper we focus on themes such as the scale of building control, the necessity of a differentiation of categories of buildings, the contents of building-permit procedures, and public versus private responsibility. A new centralized and standardized system of technical building control was established. The Deregulation of Building Controls: A Comparison of Dutch and other European Systems," Environment and Planning B,, vol. 25(4), pages 617-629, August. Handle: RePEc:sae:envirb:v:25:y:1998:i:4:p:617-629.

Earlier (Visscher e. a. 2005) an article about the differences in the systems . 2005) an article about the differences in the systems of formulation of regulations was published. This article focusses on the analysis of fire safety, which identifies several differences in both levels of requirements and strategies that may be significant in practice. It illustrates many impediments to harmonisation of the description of fire safety strategies. There is still broad variety of systems of technical requirements for buildings in the various European countries, despite the existence of the Construction Products Directive of the European Union and the development of Euro Codes.

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