"The BRE Trust has an overarching remit to support the construction sector in delivering a more sustainable built environment which meets the demanding needs of its clients and the wider society. The provision of leading-edge, validated information is critical in achieving this end and we are delighted to sponsor Designing Buildings Wiki in its mission to make knowledge freely available." Deborah Pullen, Group Research Director, BRE.
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:
- A higher quality built environment.
- Built facilities that offer improved functionality and value for money.
- A more efficient and sustainable construction sector with a higher level of innovative practice.
The three key elements of the BRE Trust's activities are research, publications and support for academia.
- Research. Ensuring that industry has access to the peer-reviewed, evidence-based information, knowledge and tools to ensure a healthy, safe and sustainable built environment.
- Publications. The Trust produces a programme of publications to drive innovation and best practice in the construction industry.
- Support for academia. The Trust awards scholarships and bursaries to PhD and MSc students, and provides financial support to the Chairs of five University Centres of Excellence:
- University of Bath - BRE Centre for Innovative Construction Materials.
- University of Strathclyde - BRE Centre for Energy Utilisation.
- University of Edinburgh - BRE Centre for Fire Safety Engineering.
- Cardiff University - Cardiff University - BRE Centre for Computational Analysis.
- University of Brasilia - Centre for Integrated and Sustainable Communities.
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- 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.
Issue support documents
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Issue support documents are written for named BREEAM Issues or sub-issues. More info. (ac) = awaiting content
- BREEAM Sustainability champion
- BREEAM Environmental management
- BREEAM Considerate construction
- BREEAM Monitoring of construction site impacts
- BREEAM Aftercare support
- BREEAM Seasonal commissioning
- BREEAM Stakeholder consultation (ac)
- BREEAM Life cycle cost and service life planning (ac)
- BREEAM Commissioning (ac)
- BREEAM Handover (ac)
- BREEAM Inclusive and accessible design (ac)
- BREEAM Post occupancy evaluation (ac)
 Health and Wellbeing
- BREEAM Visual comfort Daylighting (partly ac)
- BREEAM Visual comfort View out
- BREEAM Visual comfort Glare control
- BREEAM Indoor air quality plan
- BREEAM Indoor air quality Ventilation
- BREEAM Thermal comfort
- BREEAM Internal and external lighting (ac)
- BREEAM Indoor pollutants VOCs (ac)
- BREEAM Potential for natural ventilation (ac)
- BREEAM Safe containment in laboratories (ac)
- BREEAM Acoustic performance (ac)
- BREEAM Safety and security (ac)
- BREEAM Reduction of energy use and carbon emissions
- BREEAM Energy monitoring
- BREEAM External lighting (ac)
- BREEAM Low carbon design
- BREEAM Passive design
- BREEAM Free cooling
- BREEAM LZC technologies
- BREEAM Energy efficient cold storage (partly ac)
- BREEAM Energy efficient transportation systems (ac)
- BREEAM Energy efficient laboratory systems
- BREEAM Energy efficient equipment (partly ac)
- BREEAM Drying space
- BREEAM Public transport accessibility
- BREEAM Proximity to amenities (ac)
- BREEAM Cyclist facilities
- BREEAM Alternative modes of transport (ac)
- BREEAM Maximum car parking capacity
- BREEAM Travel plan
- BREEAM Home office (ac)
- BREEAM Water consumption
- BREEAM Water efficient equipment
- BREEAM Water monitoring (ac)
- BREEAM Water leak detection (ac)
- BREEAM Hard landscaping and boundary protection
- BREEAM Responsible sourcing of materials
- BREEAM Insulation
- BREEAM Designing for durability and resilience
- BREEAM Life cycle impacts (ac)
- BREEAM Material efficiency (ac)
- BREEAM Construction waste management
- BREEAM Recycled aggregates
- BREEAM Speculative floor & ceiling finishes
- BREEAM Adaptation to climate change
- BREEAM Operational waste (ac)
- BREEAM Functional adaptability (ac)
 Land Use and Ecology
- BREEAM Site Selection
- BREEAM Ecological value of site
- BREEAM Protection of ecological features
- BREEAM Minimising impact on existing site ecology
- BREEAM Enhancing site ecology
- BREEAM Long term impact on biodiversity (ac)
- BREEAM Impact of refrigerants
- BREEAM NOx emissions
- BREEAM Flood risk management (ac)
- BREEAM Surface water run-off (ac)
- BREEAM Reduction of night time light pollution (partly ac)
- BREEAM Reduction of noise pollution
Once an ISD has been initially created the '(ac)' marker can be removed
This particular index is based around the structure of the New Construction and RFO schemes.