This week we took a major step forward in the drive to create sustainable buildings that promote health and well-being for occupants.
UKGBC recently released a green paper proposing a key leadership role for cities and local authorities in the support of the delivery of new homes.
Agnese Riccetti of the BREEAM International team reports from SAIE Expo in Bologna, held at the end of October 2016.
A summary of the Town and Country Planning Association’s (TCPA) Practical Guide on Health in Garden Cities – Guide 8
The notion of Garden Towns/ Villages has received more momentum in the recent years in response to the UK’s housing shortage. As the first Garden Villages begin to take shape with the Government’s support, many are concerned that in creating these new places quantity may be prioritised ahead of quality. In response to such concerns … Continue reading “A summary of the Town and Country Planning Association’s (TCPA) Practical Guide on Health in Garden Cities – Guide 8”
Team BREEAM is proud to support World Green Building Week.
There is no doubting we are facing challenging times. This year we voted to leave Europe, and the new Government and industry is under increasing pressure to deliver faster and and cheaper.
Gwyn Roberts gives his thoughts on the UK Government’s Housing White Paper.
Today is officially World Town Planning Day! An international celebration of planners, good urban design and the contribution they bring to their respective communities.
More than 11,000 homes are now registered for assessment under the Home Quality Mark.
For the second year, GRESB and BREEAM are partnering to recognise responsible real estate investment, as part of the annual BREEAM Awards.