The BREEAM Refurbishment scheme is designed to help building owners and occupiers to save operating costs, reduce the environmental impacts of refurbishments and to increase the sustainability of existing building stock.

The scheme provides a methodology, software tool and certification for those responsible for delivering sustainable refurbishment projects.

The BREEAM Domestic Refurbishment certification process can be used to demonstrate the environmental credentials of a refurbishment project. The scheme is intended to be used when developing refurbishment packages and specifications and has the following purpose

  • Guiding refurbishment designs by identifying the sustainability issues that should be taken into
  • account
  • Demonstrating environmental credentials to clients as well as funding and planning authorities
  • To maximise gain from investment
  • Increase property and rental value
  • Help tackle fuel poverty
  • To help reduce risk from flooding, fire and security issues
  • Improve health and wellbeing of occupants

The first part of the scheme is for domestic buildings and covers:

  • Reducing energy use and carbon, water, waste and saving money
  • Protecting homes from fire, flooding and criminal damage as appropriate
  • Improving health of occupants –including fuel poverty

We are fully qualified and licenced to carry out assessments to the BREEAM Domestic Refurbishment standard.

Pre-assessments carried out for the BREEAM Domestic Refurbishment standard.

For awareness training, CPD's and assessments to this standard, please contact us.

BREEAM Domestic Refurbishment Licenced assessor