BREEAM Maximum car parking capacity
WORK IN PROGRESS
 Aim and benefits
This issue was established in order to encourage the use of alternative modes of transport (other than private cars) to and from one building, thereby helping to reduce transport-related emissions and traffic congestion associated with the building’s operation.
The aims of this issue are:
- Reducing soil sealing
- Reducing carbon emissions
- Reduction traffic congestion
- Providing an efficient number of parking spaces
 When to consider
Prefer to Locate a building in high density area, with a high quality transit.
 Step by step guidance
 Questions to ask while seeking compliance
 Tips and best practice
 Typical evidence
--Saliha AIT HAMOUDI 11:23, 20 Nov 2017 (BST)
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