Building Research Establishment (BRE), the world-leading building science centre, has today announced that its “ISO 19650-2:2018 Information Management Certification for Businesses using BIM” scheme, which is used by organisations across the world, has received accreditation from the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS).
Gillian Charlesworth, CEO of the Building Research Establishment (BRE), comments on today’s leadership election result
“The new UK Government must ramp up its action on climate change – and central to this should be driving a green transition in the built environment. We were pleased to see the newly appointed Prime Minister, Liz Truss, pledging to help people insulate their homes as the UK heads towards net zero. However, we … Continue reading “Gillian Charlesworth, CEO of the Building Research Establishment (BRE), comments on today’s leadership election result”
Polycab owes much of its success to its commitment to quality, combined with the ability to produce complex products on short timeframes to meet their customers’ needs.
“Insulating our buildings is a simple and cost-effective solution to prevent energy bills from spiralling further and ensuring households and businesses see immediate savings year-on-year” says Gillian Charlesworth, CEO of BRE in response to the energy price cap increase.
The Security Institute becomes the new scheme operator for SABRE, as part of new plans announced by BRE
Building Research Establishment (BRE), the world-leading building science centre, has today announced it will be entering into a partnership with The Security Institute.
Our CEO Gillian Charlesworth has written an open letter to the Conservative leadership candidates and urged them not to abandon the nation’s net zero commitments.
As the UK and much of Europe experiences a record-breaking heatwave, we’re revisiting the most recent study on Summertime overheating. We worked with academics at Loughborough University on the largest and most comprehensive study to date looking at overheating in English homes in 2021.
New housing data in the English Housing Survey shows that in 2020-21, 1.9 million (8%) households reported that at least one part of their home got uncomfortably hot. Almost 100% of households with a conservatory reported being uncomfortably hot as did 63% of households with a loft conversion
The use of effective fire safety equipment is of the highest importance and is instrumental in saving lives and protecting property.
Toronto Square is awarded 4.5 stars and becomes the first building in the UK to receive a NABERS UK Rating.