Gillian Charlesworth CEO at BRE

BRE responds to Chancellor’s Spring statement

Following the Chancellor’s Spring statement, BRE’s CEO Gillian Charlesworth commented: “Measures to support households through the cost-of-living crisis are welcome.”

BRE reduces gender pay gap from 25% to 7.2% in April 2021

We are committed to achieving a diverse and gender balanced team and eliminating the pay gap between men and women at BRE. The gender pay gap shows the difference in average earnings between women and men and is impacted by the representation of women in different industries and the jobs that are open to women.

BAM Nuttall's site in Sheltland

BRE, BAM Nuttall and Attocore set up first 5G network in UK construction

BRE has partnered with BAM Nuttall and Attocore to create a secure, stand-alone 5G network that is being used on a UK construction site for the first time. BAM Nuttall’s Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Transmission Shetland project is testing the new technology to boost innovation and investment, while supporting the connection of Shetland … Continue reading “BRE, BAM Nuttall and Attocore set up first 5G network in UK construction”

Gillian Charlesworth CEO at BRE

Why we welcome the Carbon Emissions Buildings bill

The Carbon Emissions Buildings Bill was introduced to parliament by MP Duncan Baker and seeks to require the whole-life carbon emissions of buildings to be reported and to set limits on embodied carbon emissions in the construction of buildings. Our CEO Gillian Charlesworth, commented:  “We strongly welcome Duncan Baker MP’s bill to regulate embodied carbon … Continue reading “Why we welcome the Carbon Emissions Buildings bill”

Gillian Charlesworth CEO at BRE

Our response to the Levelling Up White Paper

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”