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South-East Asia

Over the next 4 decades building floor area is projected to grow by 280 billion m2 (over 3 trillion sq.ft). After demolition rates are factored in this equates to adding an average of 6.5 billion m2 (70 billion sq.ft) of new floor area annually – equivalent to constructing the entire building stock of Japan every year from now until 2060 (IEA, 2017). The majority of this growth in new floor area will occur in non-OECD Asia (India and S.E. Asia) and China.

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2014/07 | South-East AsiaSouth-East Asia

The new Policy Paper released today captures the main findings of the dialogue initiated by the GBPN with practitioners and international code experts on the design and implementation of best practice building codes. It provides an insight into the practical aspects of developing best practice building codes along with a number of recommendations on how code developers can strengthen progressive buildings codes in future.

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The positive energy buildings laboratory seeks to develop interactive support for the development of roadmaps for positive energy buildings. The laboratory aims to do this by building on the lessons learned from GBPN's comparative study of building energy efficiency codes and policy packages for new buildings (residential and commercial). The study highlighted two key areas that require further research in order to ensure the accurate comparison of building codes and increased compliance with those standards.  

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