BREEAM is the Building Research Environmental Assessment Method and is the world’s longest established and most widely used method of assessing, rating and certifying the sustainability of buildings. More than 548,600 BREEAM certified developments, and almost 2,248,900 buildings registered for assessment since it was first launched in 1990.
BREEAM New Construction 2014 is the BREEAM standard against which the sustainability of new, non-residential buildings in the UK is assessed. Developers and their project teams use the scheme at key stages (Pre, Design & Post Construction) in the design and procurement process to measure, evaluate and improve the performance of their buildings.
When you are considering how to improve the performance and sustainability of your project, speak to one of our experienced and accredited assessors. We can advise you throughout all stages of design and planning to ensure that you meet the required standards of BREEAM and Code for Sustainable Home.
Code for sustainable homes
The code for sustainable homes is the national standard for the sustainable design and construction of new homes. It aims to reduce carbon emissions and promote higher standards of sustainable design above the current minimum standards set out by the building regulations.
We all have an obligation to make the residential housing market a greener & more sustainable environment. Let us help you achieve this on your project.