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BREEAM is a recognised assessment methodology used to determine how sustainable and energy efficient a commercial building is across nine different sustainability measures. It is one of the world’s leading sustainability assessment methods created as a cost-effective means of bringing sustainable value to a development. As a scheme it rewards efforts to engage in sustainability from concept through to post completion and monitoring how a building is used / performs in reality. It seeks to influence thoughts, intentions, plans and designs of projects at every RIBA stage.

The scheme helps investors, developers, design and construction teams and occupiers to use natural resources more efficiently. It is an industry recognised standard against which people can feel confident in the sustainability of their asset as well as a tool against which buildings sustainability criteria can be compared.

BREEAM uses a series of assessments e.g. ecological, flood risk, travel plans and air testing, approved industry standards and proven theories and scientific research on human behaviour, building use and environmental impact to shape the assessment criteria included in its technical manuals.

Energy Assessments …by Celotex can support your project from concept to completion. We can support you with the following services amongst others:

  • SAP & SBEM Calculations
  • Thermal Modelling
  • LZC Feasibility Report
  • Life Cycle Cost Analysis
  • Daylight Calculations
  • BREEAM AP 

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What is BREEAM - Energy Assessments ...by Celotex

The term ‘London Plan‘ is popping up more and more in London construction but how well understood is it? In simple terms, the concept stems from the requirement and responsibility of three key stakeholders to the City of London; The Mayor of London, the 32 London Boroughs and The City of London Corporation. The London Plan itself looks at tackling economic, transport, social and environmental challenges such as climate change and its consequences. The aim is that a strong plan to overcome these challenges provides very real business benefits and opportunities as a result of becoming a world leader in these areas.

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