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3D stock modelling

02 June, 2020

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A new paper by CREDS researchers on the 3DStock method aims to provide the tools for central and local decision makers and stakeholders to plan the future development of the built environment to reduce energy and power demands and deliver low carbon outcomes.

A new paper by CREDS researchers on the 3DStock method aims to provide the tools for central and local decision makers and stakeholders to plan the future development of the built environment to reduce energy and power demands and deliver low carbon outcomes.

3DStock is a method for modelling all buildings – domestic, non-domestic and mixed-use – in a locality, in three dimensions and located geographically.

Models have been built of 18 London boroughs so far and the towns and cities of Sheffield, Leicester, Swindon, Tamworth and Milton Keynes. Data are available for extending the modelling to England and Wales.

You can find out more about 3DStock on the UCL website.

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