BREEAM Travel Plan
 Aim and benefits
To recognise the consideration given to accommodating a range of travel options for building users, thereby encouraging the reduction of reliance on forms of travel that have the highest environmental impact.
1) Existing travel patterns and opinions of existing building or site users towards cycling and walking so that constraints and opportunities can be identified.
2) Travel patterns and transport impact of future building users.
3) Current local environment for walkers and cyclists.
4) Disabled access.
5) Public transport links serving the site.
6)Current facilities for cyclists.
If the occupier is known, they must be involved in the development of the travel plan and they must confirm that the travel plan will be implemented post construction and be supported by the building's management in operation.
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