On 1 January 2016, the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which were adopted by world leaders in September 2015, came into force.
Antwerp is Europe’s second largest shipping port, and now the Flemish city has a fitting new architectural landmark in the form of the BREEAM Very Good Port House by Zaha Hadid Architects.
Broadgate Estates’ The Hub is a prime example of a pioneering workplace design that puts people first.
How BREEAM In-Use provides a tangible route to create sustainable property management – on BuildingTalk.
FC&A Magazine reports on the BREEAM certified Energy Academy in Groningen, Netherlands.
An iconic mixed-use building on London’s Regent’s Canal, Kings Place has won the in-use category at the 2017 BREEAM Awards.
Working with CIEEM and others, BREEAM have taken a pioneering approach to the strategic development of its assessment of ecology and its links to other issues covered by BREEAM.
Further and Higher Education bodies are the focus of a new BREEAM In-Use pilot that will enable them to build on learning from the commercial property sector.
A new focus on enhancing ecology brings wider benefits – from Prof Horticulture and Landscape Design
BREEAM’s new focus on enhancing ecology brings wider benefits.
Astarta, a grade A business centre and the first office building in Ukraine certified under BREEAM International, is due to open Q1 2017.