Blewburton proved to the planning committee that the required “Excellent” rating was redundant and persuaded them to reduce it to Good.
The client engaged with the BREEAM process at an early stage so Blewburton helped develop a cost-effective compliance strategy was formulated that benefitted from several early actions.
This care home facility is south Reading was subject to a planning condition requiring a BREEAM New Construction (2014) assessment of ‘Very Good’.
This project was to assess the construction of a new school which formed part of a large mixed development scheme on the outskirts of Cambridge. A planning condition required that the school achieved a BREEAM rating of Very Good.
Blewburton was involved from the outset with Phase One of the renovation of an estate in a five phase project.
This dwelling was previously office space and has a Grade II star listing which limited the options available for delivering the BREEAM Domestic Refurbishment (2014) rating of ‘Very Good’ required by the Local Planning Authority.
BREEAM is the world’s leading sustainability assessment method for buildings. Blewburton Ltd. has experienced, accredited assessors across all building types. We provide support at pre-planning and throughout all RIBA stages, this can include compliance advice, negotiations, assessments and certification, Accredited Professional duties and training.