For those who were unable to attend the workshops we are able to share the structure and a summary content of the presnetations. We followed a two-part structure for the workshops. Firstly, a review / validation of stakeholder requirements and secondly the testing of prototype energy planning tools. These were presented as initial ‘beta’ versions [...]
SEMANCO exhibiting at NEA’s annual conference – “Turning the tide – A sea change in action on fuel poverty.” Exhibiting SEMANCO at NEA’s annual fuel poverty conference will provide an opportunity for those involved in urban planning to learn more about how to go about taking advantage of the open source data available to them. NEA will [...]
SEMANCO dissemination event, 22/05/14, Central Square, Newcastle upon Tyne The SEMANCO dissemination event took place last week, 42 delegates attended and heard from a range of speakers including Professor Nashwan Dawood, from University of Teesside providing information about the SEMANCO project and David Lynch, NEA providing a live demonstration of the SEMANCO tool in relation [...]
On the 22nd May a workshop ‘Planning for Low Carbon Communities’ will take place in Newcastle upon Tyne. The workshop funded by the SEMANCO programme will explore some of the current challenges for built environment professionals working on low carbon urban regeneration and new communities illustrating some current examples of energy modelling and master planning, [...]
Focusing on the Riverside Dean in the West End of Newcastle, which is one of the most deprived areas in the North East of England. Riverside Dene has been identified as a key area for investment in Newcastle City Council regeneration strategy.