abstract Oise report
ABSTRACT OISE 2015
The energetic and environmental innovation and the “Sustainable Building” offer the chance to minimize the construction process’ impact on the environmental, social and economic background. They offer also conceptual
and operative concrete tools, which make possible to restart again the industry.
To push the innovation in the construction industry, integrating renewable sources and energetic efficiency, is a prospect of great opportunities to revive the construction sector that must be strongly supported by the Government
and the Regions.
The Oise Report is exactly born with the purpose of ecouraging the development and growth perspective of the industry, pointing out concrete roads accessible through innovation and vocational training, the choice of
materials and technologies, the regulatory adjustment with adhesion to European directives. A smart use of laws and funding is in fact crucial to restart the sector through interventions of urban transformation and regeneration.
The first chapter of the Report explains, in summary, the evolution of recent legislation by describing the characteristics of the main innovations in energy and environmental issues, to dwell specifically on some of the
effects that such rules and regulations produce in the area concerning innovation and energy environmental. The work is therefore an initial analysis of the European directives that form the basis of national legislation, at
regional and provincial level, followed by the energetic and environmental mapping. It moves then to sustainable regional legislation and the many good practices spread in Italian cities, which show that the goal is reachable
and it could open a new phase for the construction industry, scaling up to defeat the season of unauthorized construction and indiscriminate soil consumption.
The main objective of this summary about the legal framework and the main effects on the territory is to provide an overview useful to define the scenario of the coming future, identifying in particular the strategic
issues (energetic efficiency, development of renewable sources, energy certification and environmental impact of buildings) around which the union can move and the operational proposals that could be made to support
the sustainable development of the sector. It is necessary to have a clear national policy, a careful strategic management process in place so that the legislative references do not act as obstacles or generate uncertainty,
pushing to make the building a leading sector of the green economy, able to create jobs , to redevelop the city and to achieve the goals set by the EU 2021.