State of the art on material flow data in the built environment summary report
A consistent and comprehensive approach to data collection, analysis and management
enables more systematic and evidence based policy interventions and business models. To
support increased circularity in the built environment it is therefore necessary to understand
the availability, quality and granularity of existing built environment data.
This report summarizes one of CIRCuIT’s tasks that identified and assessed datasets with
information on building and infrastructure material stocks and flows in London,
Copenhagen, Hamburg and Helsinki region.
The scope, approach and overall assessment of identified datasets are first presented.
This is followed by the current status and potential approaches for city level data in the
partner cities along with some dataset highlights. Innovative tools and methodologies for
data collection are then discussed followed by overall conclusions.
The technical report was completed in March 2020 and is awaiting approval from the EU.
Once published it will be accessible here
Download the summary report below