The UK government published its Levelling Up White Paper. Our CEO, Gillian Charlesworth commented: “We welcome the White Paper’s intention to improve people’s wellbeing and standards of living by enhancing the quality of the UK’s housing stock. We are pleased to see recognition of the links between the economy, health, and the built environment but … Continue reading “Our response to the Levelling Up White Paper”
BRE Global signs MoU with Dubai-based fire testing laboratory Thomas Bell-Wright International Consultants
BRE Global and Thomas Bell-Wright International Consultants are pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the two organisations.
To preserve biodiversity of land that assets occupy, the UK government is making Biodiversity Net Gain mandatory for all England-based developers during 2024. Discover how BREEAM Version 7 will help developers to comply with this incoming legislation.
Reforming Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) to be net zero-ready will speed up the decarbonisation of the UK’s built environment, according to a new report published today by the Building Research Establishment (BRE).
BREEAM infrastructure Term Contracts provide a method for responsibly and efficiently managing your infrastructure maintenance to future-proof networks. It enhances the performance and reputation of your organisation, delivering value for money, and playing your part in the fight against climate change.
Helsinki-based real estate investment firm Antilooppi has successfully achieved green building certification for its entire property portfolio, marking an important milestone in the Finnish real estate sector.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our refreshed RedBookLive website, which is faster, easier to navigate, and more user-friendly. The website is now live and can be accessed using the same weblink.
In June, stakeholders from industries including real estate, construction, manufacturing and the public sector took the opportunity to share their views on the path to Net Zero Carbon (NZC) by responding to a BRE survey.
The LPCB Red Book, the listing of all LPCB certified products and services, continues to be a key reference for specifiers, regulators, designers and end users of fire and security solutions.