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The BRE Trust was set up in 2002 to advance knowledge, innovation and communication for public benefit. It is the largest UK charity dedicated to research and education in the built environment, commissioning research and publishing project findings to provide authoritative guidance to the construction industry. All profits made by the BRE Group are gift aided to the Trust to fund research and education programmes.

The BRE Trust aims to achieve:

The three key elements of the BRE Trust's activities are research, publications and support for academia.

  1. University of Bath - BRE Centre for Innovative Construction Materials.
  2. University of Strathclyde - BRE Centre for Energy Utilisation.
  3. University of Edinburgh - BRE Centre for Fire Safety Engineering.
  4. Cardiff University - Cardiff University - BRE Centre for Computational Analysis.
  5. University of Brasilia - Centre for Integrated and Sustainable Communities.

--BRE Group

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External references

  • BRE Trust.
  • The BRE Bookshop sells BRE publications.
  • Building4change is the BRE Trust’s freely-accessible online knowledge hub, dedicated to sustainability and innovation in the built environment.
  • The BRE Group archive is a repository of knowledge, contacts and scientific research in the built environment which spans over 90 years of BRE’s history.

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