The ‘value’ of sustainable buildings is a topic that receives close attention from a wide range of industry professionals. In response, numerous publications in recent years have sought to quantify this value in its various forms and what it means for different stakeholders including developers, owners and tenants of sustainable buildings.
The ‘value’ of sustainable buildings is a topic that receives close attention from a wide range of industry professionals. This webinar will identify the various ways in which sustainable buildings add value for different stakeholders including developers, owners and tenants. The webinar will be delivered by the authors of a recent BRE Briefing Paper on this topic, and will present the business case for maximising sustainability through BREEAM certification of non-domestic buildings.
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Investment in Energy Efficiency
Learn how to make a convincing case for energy efficiency financing and investment in renewable energy for construction projects with this 1 hour recorded webinar.
BREEAM In-Use International and UK Assessor
BREEAM In-Use is designed to help building managers and owners reduce the running costs and improve the environmental performance of existing buildings. The scheme uses an assessment tool that can be completed by building managers and owners to self-assess their buildings. These self-assessments have to be audited by independent BREEAM In-Use assessors before certification can be granted.
Introduction to BREEAM
This 2 hour online course forms an introduction to BREEAM and covers the background, objectives and value of the BRE’s sustainability assessment certification schemes.
Property Flood Resilience Surveyors Classroom
Following some of the wettest winters in history we need to recognise the importance of understanding and managing the risk to our environment. Analysis from the UK Climate Change Risk Assessment indicates that the built environment will be increasingly affected by extreme weather events, and that the incidence and severity of flooding events will increase and as a result, properties and people’s lives are at risk from the significant impacts of flooding.