SABRE registered assessors and professionals

Over the past few weeks, BRE Global have been training the first groups of individuals seeking to become SABRE Registered Assessors. A SABRE Registered Assessor understands the process and technical issues covered by the SABRE scheme. Their role is to interpret the requirements of each issue in relation to a scheme, communicate these requirements to their client and liaise with the project … Continue reading “SABRE registered assessors and professionals”

BRE Response to the National Planning Policy Framework Consultation

The National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) sets out the government’s policy for local planning practitioners and stakeholders.  This includes the way in which local (and neighborhood) plans are developed and applications assessed, and also direction in respect to local policy ambition and requirements for issues such as health, security, climate change, housing etc. Like many … Continue reading “BRE Response to the National Planning Policy Framework Consultation”


  A free to download Information Paper from authors Vina Kukadia and Alan Abela looks at how buildings can be made more resilient to chemical, biological and radiological threats. Buildings are currently not designed specifically to offer protection against chemical, biological and radiological (CBR) releases. However, should a CBR event occur, it has the potential … Continue reading “DESIGNING TO REDUCE THE CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL AND RADIOLOGICAL VULNERABILITY OF NEW BUILDINGS”

IFSEC Interview with LPCB’s Richard Flint

LPCB participated at this year’s IFSEC with a dedicated Red Book Security Pavilion specifically aimed at the professional security sector. Mirroring the successful Red Book Pavilion in FIREX International, LPCB’s Security Pavilion promoted its expertise and guidance in third party product testing and approvals, and provided support for Red Book listed companies exhibiting at the … Continue reading “IFSEC Interview with LPCB’s Richard Flint”

Special Event (Limited Availability): Securing Buildings and Infrastructure

Are you involved in the design and construction of new buildings and infrastructure? How do you address your clients’ security needs? Have you followed the right process and have you identified appropriate solutions that offer value for money? Over the coming months, BRE will be partnering with leading security engineering practices to run a series … Continue reading “Special Event (Limited Availability): Securing Buildings and Infrastructure”