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Construction Information System

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  • System ensures that all publically available information for those involved in the construction sector (citizens and commercial organizations, etc.) is available online
Start Date
January 2014

One of the main tasks of this system is to reduce administrative burden for those involved in the construction sector. It offers Internet solutions for accessing all construction related publicly available information in one place, thus, helping to avoid necessity for citizens and commercial bodies to contact different institutions and public service providers to obtain necessary information and accepts to start and perform construction works. It has been planned that the Register of all documents required during the building process will be implemented in this system which will reduce costs related to information exchange. In this case preparation, requesting and receiving documentation will be possible electronically, including signing  documentation with the electronic signature.

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Rudolfs Lusis
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Online Housing Database for Citizens in Riga

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  • More than 5100 buildings in the database
  • Database on energy consumption is publicly available
  • Map of renovated buildings and energy consumption is available online
Start Date
April 2013

Online housing database for citizens by the end of 2015 included 5100 houses. It contains both annual heat energy consumption (MWh) data for the three previous years – 2012, 2013, 2014 – and the values of annual effective specific heat consumption per unit of useful floor area (apartments + used for non-residential area) – kWh/m² – for every of building in the database. The aim is to encourage residential building renovation and investment in the city, as all owners and tenants can find out how much their building consume heat energy in comparison with renovated multi-apartment building.

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Juris Golunovs
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