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Circular Construction in Regenerative Cities: Insights from the CIRCuIT project

Updated: Dec 19, 2023

The Circular Construction in Regenerative Cities report presents the key learnings, tools, methodologies and recommendations generated by the Circular Construction in Regenerative Cities (CIRCuIT) project from 2019 to 2023 across the cities of Copenhagen, Hamburg, London and Vantaa/ Helsinki region.

This report was produced by members of the 31 partner organisations that were involved throughout. It shares a body of work that was made possible thanks to the time and expertise provided by numerous individuals who helped to support the project across its lifespan. This includes local decision makers and built environment stakeholders from each of the CIRCuIT cities, as well as the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme.

Visit the CIRCuIT final report site for a dynamic web experience:

Download a PDF version of the CIRCuIT final report below:

CIRCuIT Final Report_Full_Report
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All of the resources presented in this report, along with the accompanying technical report, are available here.

You can also download the report chapters as standalone documents in PDF versions:

Chapter 1 - Extending the lives of buildings through transformation and refurbishment

CIRCuIT Final Report_Chapter1
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Chapter 2 - Increasing the reuse and recycling of building materials

CIRCuIT Final Report_Chapter2
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Chapter 3 - Futureproofing cities: designing for disassembly and adaptability

CIRCuIT Final Report_Chapter3
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Chapter 4 - Data and indicators for a circular built environment

CIRCuIT Final Report_Chapter4
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Chapter 5 - Using policy to power circular construction

CIRCuIT Final Report_Chapter5
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Chapter 6 - Supporting circular construction with digital tools

CIRCuIT Final Report_Chapter6
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This deliverable is subject to the final approval of the European Commission. The information and views set out in this document are those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union. Neither the European Commission nor the European Research Executive Agency are responsible for the use which may be made of the information contained in this document.

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