The Design Stage BREEAM excellence score that was awarded is 74%

What is BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method)

BREEAM is the world’s foremost environmental assessment method and rating system for buildings, with 200,000 buildings with certified BREEAM assessment ratings and around a million registered for assessment since it was first launched in 1990.

BREEAM sets the standard for best practice in sustainable building design, construction and operation and has become one of the most comprehensive and widely recognised measures of a building’s environmental performance. 

A BREEAM assessment uses recognised measures of performance, which are set against established benchmarks, to evaluate a building’s specification, design, construction and use. The measures used represent a broad range of categories and criteria from energy to ecology. They include aspects related to energy and water use, the internal environment (health and well-being), pollution, transport, materials, waste, ecology and management processes.

 –          Refer to design statement attached for a basic description of the project and building.

–          Design Stage BREEAM Excellent.

–         The key innovative and low-impact design features of the building – utilisation of natural light and ventilation; minimum palette of low maintenance materials; rainwater recycling tank; energy efficient LED external lighting to building.

–         Basic building costs – (£972.40/m2 gross internal) (£932.66/m2 gross external)

–         Services costs – (£531.84/m2 gross internal) (£510.10/m2 gross external)

–         External works cost – (£514.06/m2 gross internal) (£493.05/m2 gross external)

–         Gross floor area = 2985sqm (measured to outside face of outside wall)

–         Total area of site = 3.127 Ha

–         Function areas and their size – refer to Floor Plan

–         Area of circulation – refer to Floor Plan

–         Area of storage – refer to Floor Plan

–         % of development area accessible to community – 63.9% (Outwith fenced/enclosed areas, including MUGA, community play areas, car park, footpaths, any residual site and areas within school building)

–        %  of building area accessible to community – 32.5% (Main Entrance Lobby, Community Room, Social Space, MPH, Kitchen, Changing Rooms, Circulation Corridor & associated WC’s)

-Predicted electricity consumption – 48.54kWh/m²

-Predicted fossil fuel consumption – 48.54kWh/m²

-Predicted renewable energy consumption 145.42kWh/m²

–           Predicted water use -m?/person/year 2.925mᶟ

–           % predicted water use to be provided by rainwater or grey water 30%

–          The steps taken during the construction process to reduce environmental impacts ie innovative management construction techniques – Considerate Constructors Scheme Site Code of Considerate Practice.

–           A list of any social or economically sustainable measures achieved/adopted – recycling of waste (paper & magazines, cardboard, plastics & metals, printers & toner cartridges, composting bin; growing own vegetables.

–          The school connects to existing footpath and cyclepath networks as seen in the site plan. This has been communicated to all children in the school.

Please click below to download any of the following attachments which are included as supporting evidence:

Milton of Leys – Design Statement –

Revision 1L(20)101 – Detailed Floor Plan

MOL – BREEAM – Man 7 – Shared Facilities As-Built – 2012-11-21

EBBA BREEAM Education evidence Tracker Milton of Leys PCR issue 1.2

Milton of Leys Primary School_epcepc

MOL Bus Timetable

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