references to look for in arch library

12. References
Baker, N. and Steemers, K. (2000) Energy and Environment in Architecture: A technical
design guide. E&F Spon, London, 2000.
Baker, N., Steemers, K., Crowther, D., Nikolopoulou, M. and Richens, P. (1996) The urban
porosity model: simplified parameters as indicators of environmental performance. In:
Stephens, H.S. (Ed.) Solar Energy in Archtecture and Urban Planning, Bedford, p300305.
Brown, F. (1998) Modelling urban growth. Town and Country Planning, 67 (10), 334-7.
Bruhns, H., Steadman, P., and Herring, H. (2000). A database for modelling energy use in the
non-domestic building stock in England and Wales. Applied Energy, 66, 277, 297.
DEFRA (2005) Sustainable development indicators in your pocket: A baseline for the UK
government strategy indicators. 97pp
Echenique, M. and Saint, A. (Eds.) (2001) Cities for the New Millennium, E&F Spon
Elsayed, M.A., Grant, J.F.and Mortimer, N.D. (2002). Energy use in the UK non-domestic
building stock: 2002 Catalogue of results. Final report for the Global Atmospheric
Division of DEFRA, No. SCP 4/12, 73pp.
EPA (2000) Projecting land use change: a summary of models for assessing the effects of
community growth and change on land use patterns. US Environmental Protection
Agency, Report EPA/600/R-00/098. 264pp
EPA (2001) Our built and natural environment: A technical review of the interactions
between land use, transport and environmental quality. US Environmental Protection
Agency, Report EPA 231-R-01-002. 102pp
Holden, E., Norland, I. (2004). Sustainable urban form: household consumption of energy
and transport in eight Norwegian Residential areas. Presented at ENHR Conference
Cambridge 2004.
Hui, SCM. (2001). Low energy building design in high density urban cities. Renewable
Energy, 24, 627-640.
Larivière, I., Lafrance, G. (1999). Modelling the electricity consumption of cities: effect of
urban density. Energy Economics, 21, 53-66.
Johnston, D. (2003) A physically based energy and carbon dioxide emission model of the UK
housing stock. PhD thesis, Leeds Metropolitan University.
Johnston, D., Lowe, R. and Bell, M. (2005) An exploration of the technical feasibility of
achieving CO2 emission reductions in excess of 60% within the UK housing stock by
the year 2050. Energy Policy, 33, 1643-1659.
Johnston, R.A. and de la Barra, T. (2000). Comprehensive regional modelling for long-range
planning: linking integrated urban models and geographic information systems.
Transportation Research A, 34, 125-136.
Jones,P., Lannon, S. and Williams, J. (2001) Modelling building energy use at the urban
scale. 7th International IBSPA conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 13-15th, 2001.
Larivière, I., Lafrance, G. (1999). Modelling the electricity consumption of cities: effect of
urban density. Energy Economics, 21, 53-66.
Lewis, J. (2000) Radical PG3 unveiled. Building design. 10 March 2000.
Martin, L. and March, L. (Eds) (1972) Urban Space and Structures, Cambridge University
Mindali, O. Raveh, A., Salomon, I., (2004). Urban density and energy consumption: a new
look at old statistics. Transportation Research Part A, 38, 143-162.
Mitchell, G., Namdeo, A., May, T., and Milne, D. (2003). The air quality implications of
urban road user charging. Traffic Engineering and Control, 44, 2, 57-62.
Mortimer, N.D., Ashley, A., Moody, C.A.C., Rix, J.H.R., Moss, S.A.(1998). Carbon dioxide
savings in the commercial building sector. Energy Policy 26 (8), 615-624.
Mortimer, N.D., Ashley, A., Elsayed, M., Kelly, M.D. and Rix J.H.R. (1999) Developing a
database of energy use in the UK non-domestic building stock. Energy policy, 27, 451468.
Murakami, M. and Sakamoto, K. (2005). Relationship between urban thermal environment
and urban form. Presented to the Computers in Urban Planning and Urban
Management conference, UCL, London, June 2005, 16pp.
Namdeo, A., Mitchell, G. and Dixon, R. (2002). TEMMS: An Integrated Package for
Modelling and Mapping Urban Traffic Emissions, Air Quality and Respiratory Disease.
Journal of Environmental Modelling and Software, 17 (2),179-190.
Nijkamp, P. and Perrels, A. (1994). Sustainable Cities in Europe: Chapter 4: Methods for
urban energy-environmental impact studies. Earthscan, London, p41-55.
Newman, P. and Kenworthy, J. (1989). Cities and automobile dependence. Gower Technical,
Owens, S. (1986) Energy, Planning and Urban Form. Pion Ltd., London, 117pp.
Pout, C. H., Moss, S. A., Davidson, P. J., Steadman, P. J., Bruhns, H. R Mortimer, N. D.,
Rix, J. H. R. (1998) Non-domestic energy fact file. Building Research Establishment
Ltd, Watford, UK
Ratti C., Baker, N, and Steemers, K. (2005). Energy consumption and urban texture, Energy
and Buildings, 37, 762-776.
Rickaby, P A (1987) Six settlement patterns compared. Environment and Planning B, 14,
Rickaby, P A (1991) Energy and urban development in an archetypal English town.
Environment and Planning B, 18, 153-176.
Shorrock, L.D. and Dunster, J.E. (1997) The physically based model BREHOMES and its use
in deriving scenarios for the energy use and carbon dioxide emissions of the UK
housing stock. Energy Policy, 25, 12, 1027-1037.
Shorrock, LD., Henderson, G., and Brown, J.H.F. (1992) Domestic Energy Fact File. BRE
Ltd, HMSO, London, UK.
Shorrock, LD. and Utley, JI. (2003) Domestic Energy Fact File 2003. BRE Housing Centre.
Steadman, J. P (1979) Energy and patterns of land use. In: Watson, D. (Ed.) Energy
conservation through building design McGraw-Hill, p246-260
Steadman, J. P., Holtier, S, Brown F., Turner, J, De La Barra T, and Rickaby P A (1998). An
integrated building stock, transport and energy model of a medium sized city. Report to
the EPSRC, 7pp.
Steadman, J. P. (1996). A land use, transport and energy model of a medium sized city.
Information systems and processes for urban civil engineering applications.
Proceedings of the COST UCE Workshop, Rome, 21-22 November, p17-23.
Steemers, K. (2003). Energy and the city: density, buildings and transport. Energy and
Buildings, 35 3-14.
Titheridge, H., Boyle, G. and Fleming, P. (1996) Development and validation of a computer
model for assessing energy supply and demand in the urban environment. Energy and
environment, 7, 1, 29-40
Adalberth, Karin (2000). Energy use and environmental impact of new residential buildings.
Diss., Report TVBH-1012, Dept. of Building Physics, Lund Institute of Technology, Lund.
Brunklaus, Birgit & Thuvander, Liane (2002). Real-estate managers' data universe. An interview
study of real-estate managers in Goteborg and Western Sweden. Chalmers, Built environment
and sustainable development, Environmental Systems Analysis, Goteborg. (In Swedish)
BYKR (2001). The important environmental aspects of the Swedish building sector. Final report .
URL: (September 2004)
BYKR (2003). Environmental program for the Swedish building sector 2003. URL: Miljoprogram_2003.asp (February 2005).
Haagenrud, Svein E; Rystedt, Bengt & Sjöström, Christer (2000) (eds). GIS and the built
environment. CIB Report Publication 256, compiled by CIB/TG20.
EU (2004). Towards a thematic strategy on the urban environment. Communication from the
commission to the council, the European parliament, the European economic and social
committee and the committee of the regions, COM (2004)60 final, Brussels.
EU (2002). Directive 2002/91/EC of the European parliament and of the council of 16 December
2002, on the energy performance of buildings. Official Journal of the European Communities.
FI (2002). IT Construction & Real Estate 2002. URL: (May 2005)
IVA (2004). Energy use in buildings.Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA),
Stockholm. (In Swedish)
Lantmateriet (2003). Environmental information in the real-estate register. Commission on the
possibilities to extend the real-estate register with an environmental part. Report, 2003-01-17
Dnr 519-2002/1623, Lantmateriet, Gävle. (In Swedish)
LMV (2001). Leveransfilbeskrivning i överföringsformat för ändringsdata och
engångsuttag.Landscape- and real-estate data, National land survey Sweden, Gävle. (2004). Environmental objectives portal. URL: Miljömålsrådet, (May 2005).
Ollén, Maria Elena & Rystedt, Bengt (2003). Organisation and use of GIS for the built
environment. National state-of-the-art report from Sweden, CIB W106, Gävle.
Rystedt, Bengt & Sjöström, Christer (2000 eds). GIS and the built environment. CIB Report
Publication 256, compiled by CIB/TG20.
SCB (1999). Energy statistics for blocks of flats 1998. SM E 16 SM 9902, SCB, Örebro.(In
SOU (2004). Energy declarations of buildings - for an more efficient energy use. SOU 2004:109.
(In Swedish)
Stendel, Liane (2000a). A model for describing the Swedish building stock. The Swedish building
register as a data source. Proceedings of Sustainable Building 2000, Maastricht.
Stendel, Liane (2000b). Studies of the Swedish building stock. A research overview. Chalmers
Architecture, Built environment & sustainable development, Goteborg. (In Swedish)
Stoter Jantien & Zlatanova Siyka (2003). 3D GIS, where are we standing. Delft University
Technology. URL: (februari 2004)
Thormark, Catarina (2002). A low energy building in a life cycle—its embodied energy, energy
need for operation and recycling potential. Building and Environment, Vol 37, No 4, pp 429435.
Thuvander, Liane (2002). Towards environmental informatics for building stocks. A conceptual
model for an Environmental Building Stock Information System for Sustainable Development
– EBSISSD. Diss., Dept. of Built Environment and Sustainable Development, Chalmers
University of Technology, Goteborg.