BREEAM Domestic Refurbishment
Why use the BREEAM Domestic Refurbishment scheme?
The scheme can be used for a variety of reasons including:
– To guide refurbishment designs by identifying the sustainability issues to be taken into account
– Demonstrate and benchmark sustainability and environment credentials
– Reduce risks from flooding, fire and security issues
– To enhance the health and wellbeing of occupants
What areas does the BREEAM Domestic Refurbishment scheme cover?
The scheme covers eight sustainable design principles. The eight principles covered are:
1 – Energy and Carbon Dioxide Emissions;
2 – Water;
3 – Materials;
4 – Innovation
5 – Waste;
6 – Pollution;
7 – Health and well-being;
8 – Management;
– Where a variety of alterations are being made to the dwelling including extensions, window replacements and new insulation
– Conversions and change of use projects e.g. the conversion of a barn into a self contained family dwelling
– Refurbishment and regeneration schemes covering a large number of dwellings
Please contact us today to discuss how your project can benefit from the BREEAM domestic refurbishment scheme and how Hunter Architects & Planners can assist with the design and certification process.Call or email us today for more information.
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