Launched in 1990 and developed by the Building Research Establishment (BRE), BREEAM is an Environmental Assessment Method for new and existing buildings which awards a sustainability rating based on a series of credit points.


Similar to Code for Sustainable Homes, the BREEAM assessment involves the widest possible assessment of the building including assessments of the health and wellbeing of the occupants, the environmental impact of the materials used in construction, land use and ecology, operational energy and CO2 usage of the building.

Our BREEAM assessors are qualified and accredited for all building types.  A BREEAM assessment provides clients, developers, designers and others with:
•  market recognition for low environmental impact buildings
•  confidence that tried and tested environmental practice is incorporated in the building
•  inspiration to find innovative solutions that minimise the environmental impact
•  a benchmark that is higher than regulation
•  a system to help reduce running costs, improve working and living environments

Read Marks and Spencer Case Study about their sustainable flagship store in Cheshire Oaks and how they achieved BREEAM rating of Excellence.

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