Nominaties Forum Best Housing Paper Award 2018 bekend

Nominaties Forum Best Housing Paper Award 2018

De 10 beste papers van het vak Housing, Policy, Management and Sustainabilty, onderdeel van de “Management in the Built Environment” master track (TU Delft, faculteit Bouwkunde), zijn genomineerd voor de Forum Best Housing Paper Award 2018. Deze award wordt uitgereikt tijdens het jaarlijkse Forum -Passie voor Wonen symposium op donderdag 14 juni op de TU Delft Bouwkunde Faculteit van 15.30 tot 18.30 uur.

De papers zijn geschreven door teams van twee studenten. Om voor de award in aanmerking te komen diende elk team een korte pitch te maken over de maatschappelijke relevantie van hun paper. De papers en de pitches zijn Engelstalig. Alleen papers met een pitch dingen mee met de voor de award.

De papers zijn verdeeld over de 8 thema’s die in het Housing, Policy, Management and Sustainabilty vak centraal stonden:

  1. The future of the Dutch housing system
  2. Affordability and market gaps
  3. Performing housing portfolios
  4. Incremental approaches towards a circular housing stock

  5. How to reduce fossil energy use in dwellings?

  6. Homeowner adoption of energy neutral housing

  7. The role of housing associations in supporting neighbourhood  cohesion and social inclusion

  8. Residents in charge!  New forms of self-organised management in housing

Dit zijn de genomineerden:

Thema 1: The future of the Dutch housing system

Bente Bast & Denise de Blok

Should I stay or should I go? The decision-making process and considerations upon the sale of social rented dwellings in gentrified neighbourhoods

 

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Thema 2: Affordability and market gaps

 Glenn Jones & Zakaria Semlali 

Supporting starters in entering the owner-occupied housing market in the Randstad: Demand and supply subsidies

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Thema 3: Performing housing portfolios

Danielle Veenhof & Sofie Oosdijk

Reaching for the stars: ‘A research on the macro-environmental factors that influence attractiveness of investment in the middle income rental housing sector’

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Thema 4: Incremental approaches
towards a circular housing stock

Bart Simkens & Shuly Themans

Circular Kitchens. The willingness of homeowners to

purchase circular kitchens

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Madelon Abbes & Nina van Wijk

Building towards circularity: Positioning the approach of the Netherlands towards a circular built environment

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Thema 5: How to reduce fossil energy
use in dwellings?

Debby van Zessen & Misha Gorter  

The path to tailored implementations for an upturn in energy efficient renovations

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Thema 6: Homeowner adoption
of energy neutral housing

Ivo Agricola & Katherine Beisler

Chutes and Ladders of Energy Efficient. Monumental Renovations. Barriers and Opportunities for Intermediaries when Advising Monumental Homeowners for Energy Efficient Renovations in the Netherlands

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Thema 7: The role of housing associations
in supporting neighbourhood
cohesion and social inclusion

Saskia Geerts & Anoek Moeskops 

The organizational characteristics of housing associations to prevent eviction; a research on organizational characteristic of housing associations to contribute to the prevention of eviction

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Thema 8: Residents in charge!
New forms of self-organised
management in housing

Kosmas Spanidis & Charitini Kougea

Homelessness in Athens: How can the vacant buildings be a solution?

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Mees Zonneveld & Leon Buter 

Successful cohousing with refugees: An analysis on the role of housing associations in cohousing projects involving refugee

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