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Re: GSBN:SB codes resource



Thanks for the clarification and information, Andre.

Joyce

on 7.16.2007 11:11 AM, André de Bouter at forum@...:

> Dear Joyce,
> 
> In France building codes are not needed in order to use a building
> material. In fact it is forbidden (for the authorities) not accept a
> building material. Only the looks of the building can be prohibited
> (regional style of roofing material, slope of the roof etc.)
> Still, we (mostly Luc Floissac and Julien, both part of this list) are
> working towards 'r?gles professionnels' . A set of guidelines made by
> the building professionals themselves. This should make it easier to get
> professional assurance (obligatory) and to make it easier to build more
> public SB buildings.
> 
> We are in the very early stages. We'll let you know as soon as anything
> more can be said on the subject.
> 
> Bye,
> Andr?
> 
> 
> Joyce Coppinger a ?crit :
>> Thanks Rene. Would be glad to hear of any others to link as well.
>> 
>> Joyce
>> 
>> on 7.16.2007 4:11 AM, Rene Dalmeijer at rene.dalmeijer@...:
>> 
>> 
>>> Joyce,
>>> 
>>> I would like to point you at the Belgian SB list www.strobouw.be it is
>>> quite complete and includes a lot of details. This should definitely be
>>> one of the links.
>>> 
>>> Rene
>>> On Jul 16, 2007, at 04:40, Joyce Coppinger wrote:
>>> 
>>> 
>>>> Would be glad to include summary of buildings by country from the
>>>> Registry.
>>>> And would be very glad to have everyone list their projects on the
>>>> International SB Registry - and TLS should also link to the other
>>>> lists (I
>>>> think there's one being developed for a European country - France?) and
>>>> theirs to TLS.
>>>> 
>>>> I place notes in TLS periodically about listing in the registry and
>>>> have
>>>> posted messages on the listservs, too. It's valuable information and
>>>> those
>>>> who have listed their projects are definitely making a helpful
>>>> contribution
>>>> to the collection of data. Many people tell me they have made contacts
>>>> or
>>>> found useful information via the Registry.
>>>> 
>>>> Let's keep working on this codes list and the registry. Thanks
>>>> 
>>>> Joyce
>>>> 
>>>> on 7.11.2007 11:34 PM, Rene Dalmeijer at rene.dalmeijer@...
>>>> wrote:
>>>> 
>>>> 
>>>>> Joyce,
>>>>> 
>>>>> The TLS site and the resource list are both excellent places. This
>>>>> leads me to the following suggestion. How about adding a summary, per
>>>>> country of houses presently registered on The strawbale registry
>>>>> adding a few relevant statistics while saying this I ask you all to
>>>>> please add any houses you have been involved with either by entering
>>>>> the information yourself of prompting either the builder owner to do
>>>>> so. I will do so myself as I see only one Dutch SB house registerred
>>>>> whilst there are at least 30 most probably even more, I am now getting
>>>>> into the happy fase that I learn about projects after they have been
>>>>> built.
>>>>> 
>>>>> Rene
>>>>> On Jul 11, 2007, at 18:17, Joyce Coppinger wrote:
>>>>> 
>>>>> 
>>>>>> Rene, Marty and GSBN members,
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> The Last Straw journal published Marty's list of information about
>>>>>> strawbale
>>>>>> codes worldwide in TLS issue #54/ and this will be included on the
>>>>>> next
>>>>>> update of the resource guide TLS web site www.thelaststraw.org and in
>>>>>> print
>>>>>> format sometime this summer.
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> We can easily update the web site chart whenever there is new
>>>>>> information to
>>>>>> post and then publish it periodically in TLS. I would be willing to
>>>>>> give
>>>>>> this information a full page on the TLS web site with links to other
>>>>>> sites
>>>>>> that pertain to codes, when appropriate.
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> Would be good to have all the information in one central location and
>>>>>> linked.
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> Joyce
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> on 7.11.2007 12:44 AM, Rene Dalmeijer at rene.dalmeijer@...
>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> Dear members and specifically Martin Hammer,
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> Based on the question coming form Lithuania. It might be a good idea
>>>>>>> to
>>>>>>> set up a net resource for all specific SB building codes and or
>>>>>>> procedures in the various countries.
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> Basically what I am thinking of is a list of countries with further
>>>>>>> subdivisions where necessary for counties etc. This should help a
>>>>>>> great
>>>>>>> deal in making clear what the official status is regarding the
>>>>>>> acceptance of straw bale building.
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> Besides the code or url to the code it should contain a description
>>>>>>> of
>>>>>>> the status of the code the governing body when accepted etc. If at
>>>>>>> all
>>>>>>> possible links to official sites should be given.
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> I am not sure where to place the resource yet. If needed I could
>>>>>>> support it on www.strobouw.nl given a completely separate page.
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> Kind regards
>>>>>>> Rene Dalmeijer
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