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One stop shops: engagement & recruitment campaigns

How can we make homeowners aware of what a one stop shop can do for them? That’s what we discussed in a workshop led by IVE during our 4th consortium meeting. During this meeting we discussed in groups the engagement and recruitment campaigns for the pilots in both...

The follower cities of Save the Homes!

Our pilot sites in Rotterdam and Valencia are steadily moving forward towards the implementation of the Save thee Homes Citizen Hub During our consortium meeting we discussed how we can replicate this success in our follower cities. The cities are very different, so...

Visiting Rotterdam

On March 22nd, we did a site visit to our Rotterdam pilot within the municipality of Rotterdam during our consortium meeting. It was great to see the area and be guided by Haico van Nunen and Joep Overeem.

Save the Homes 4th consortium meeting

For the first time in the project, we were able to organize an in-person consortium meeting. It was great to finally meet everyone face-to-face in Rotterdam. It was immediately noticeable that the discussions were more vivid. We started with a day full of workshops on...

UIPI survey on One-Stop-Shops (OSSs)

UIPI survey confirms the relevance of the Save the Homes project and the importance of helping property owners to renovate with initiatives such as One-Stop-Shops (OSSs) The International Union of Property Owners (UIPI) conducted an online survey to assess European...

Synergy workshop with NRG2peers

Wednesday March 10th 2021 we had a synergy workshop with NRG2peers and Save the Homes. We’re sharing knowledge and finding ways to create something new together. We started with an introduction by Ana Tisov and Simona D'Oca. Followed by a presentation by Nataša...

STH meets Triple-A and Opengela

As part of the Save the Homes 2nd consortium meeting, we hosted a joint workshop with the Interreg 2 Seas Triple-A project and H2020 Opengela project. Dr Erwin Mlecnik shared the insights and lessons learnt of Triple A project...

Nice to meet you!

Hi! We rolled up our sleeves and are here to Save the Homes. Save the Homes is a 3 year Horizon 2020 project. Living in unrenovated homes can have major implications for your health while improved housing conditions may save lives, reduce health risks and increase...

Save the Homes at Sustainable Places

At Sustainable Places 2020, TURNKEY-RETROFIT held a workshop, bringing together several H2020 EU-funded projects which aim at creating or replicating innovative “Integrated Home Renovation services” throughout Europe. Each project aims at dramatically improving the...

#HeroatHome campaign restarts

#HeroatHome had a summer break but is now back to help you figure out how to overcome this unprecedented COVID-19 situation. #HeroAtHome, a social campaign initially launched by four EU projects to show how we can be heroes in the comfort of our homes, will now...

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