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TRA 04 - Pedestrian and cyclist safety

Information correct as of 21stMay 2024. Please see kb.breeam.com for the latest compliance information.

Pedestrian and cyclist safety – Small scale deliveries - KBCN1151

Where the asset only accepts deliveries on-site from small delivery vehicles (including cars or small vans), and does not require deliveries from medium to large delivery vehicles (defined as any vehicle with a wheelbase greater than 120 inches), then the credits can still be awarded if the following aspects have been met: 
  1. Although the delivery vehicle can use the same access point, there should be a dedicated parking position for the delivery vehicle, and this should be separate from the regular parking spaces; 
  2. Deliveries made to this asset should be infrequent, on average this should be less than three deliveries a day; 
  3. The access, parking and turning areas for delivery vehicles are designed for simple manoeuvring according to the type of delivery vehicle likely to access the site, thus avoiding the need for a multipoint turn. 

Pedestrian and cyclist safety – Small scale deliveries - KBCN1151

Where the asset only accepts deliveries on-site from small delivery vehicles (including cars or small vans), and does not require deliveries from medium to large delivery vehicles (defined as any vehicle with a wheelbase greater than 120 inches), then the credits can still be awarded if the following aspects have been met:   
  1. Although the delivery vehicle can use the same access point, there should be a dedicated parking position for the delivery vehicle, and this should be separate from the regular parking spaces; 
  1. Deliveries made to this asset should be infrequent, on average this should be less than three deliveries a day; 
  1. The access, parking and turning areas for delivery vehicles are designed for simple manoeuvring according to the type of delivery vehicle likely to access the site, thus avoiding the need for a multipoint turn. 

Safe pedestrian routes: definition, measurement and verification - KBCN0238

Definition Safe pedestrian routes include sidewalks and safe crossing points, which may be controlled or, for example, be identified by tactile paving, a crossing island or a dropped curb. An element of judgement may be required, in which case justification should be provided. Measurement Distances could be measured, for example, along a sidewalk, across a road at a safe crossing point and along the sidewalk on the other side.  The distance should not be measured diagonally across a road, following the most direct route. Evidence from Google Maps or other digital sources may be used to indicate routes and distances, provided that the scale is appropriate and clearly indicated. Verification The assessor’s site inspection is an important aspect of the assessment of this issue as it must confirm that all relevant information is current and should include photographs of any key areas. This may also help to identify safe crossing points or hazards which may not be apparent from a desktop study. For BREEAM NC and RFO assessments, Google Streetview may be acceptable as evidence to demonstrate safe pedestrian routes and the presence of key features or amenities at Design Stage only. Such information must be verified as above for Final Certification.
07 Mar 2024 - No changes have been made. This appears as 'updated' due to an administrative error.
11 Jan 2024 - Wording re-structured for clarity
19 Dec 2023 - Applicability to BIU V6 confirmed

Information correct as of 21stMay 2024. Please see kb.breeam.com for the latest compliance information.