UKGBC BREEAM 2014 consultation workshop
In June 2013 the UK-GBC held a workshop with its members at the Saint Gobain Innovation Centre to feedback to BRE on the proposed 2014 update. It was stated by BRE that the 2014 update will not be extensive but will respond to necessary updates such as Part L and changes related to advances around industry best practice. The feedback has been split into two parts around technical content and operational issues...
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