- Buildings in use
- Fire safety and security
- Housing stock
- Indoor environments
- Certification and listings
- Expert witness
An essential element in the development of BRE Global’s standards is open consultation with interested parties from outside BRE. If you would like to comment on any of our Active Consultations, please click on the links shown on the right for details.
To assist our review process, comments should be submitted by the closing date indicated using the comments form which should be returned to email address indicated below.
In this section
- Loss Prevention Standards
- Environmental Standards
- Building Product Standards
- BREEAM, Home Quality Mark & CEEQUAL
For more information about Standards Consultation
CEEQUAL Version 6
A sustainability performance standard against which civil engineering, infrastructure, landscaping and public realm projects in the UK and internationally can be assessed for a CEEQUAL rating.
CEEQUAL Version 6 is the first stage of bringing CEEQUAL into the BREEAM family of schemes. Within this version the primary focus has been on integrating CEEQUAL questions from Version 5 into the BREEAM structure.
This document is a draft technical manual and is intended for use by trained and qualified CEEQUAL Assessors and Verifiers in accordance with the procedural and operational requirements of CEEQUAL to rate an infrastructure project.
The consultation for CEEQUAL Version 6 has now closed. Thank you to everyone who has participated by submitting comments.
LPS 1175 Issue 8.0.
Requirements and testing procedures for the LPCB certification and listing of intruder resistant building components, strongpoints, security enclosures and free-standing barriers.
The purpose of this standard is to evaluate the resistance to unauthorised access offered by physical security products.
The standard defines the level of security provided by a product according to the tools and time likely to be used by a criminal. Specifiers can therefore select products/systems that provide levels of security matching their needs.
The consultation has now closed. Thank you to everyone who has participated by submitting comments.