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CaSE welcomes new members the BRE Trust

25 Apr 2016

The BRE Trust is the largest independent UK charity focused on research and education in the built environment.Set up in 2002 to advance knowledge, innovation and communication for public benefit, the BRE Trust uses all profits made by the BRE Group to fund new research and education programmes that will help to meet its goal of ‘building a better world together’.

The BRE Trust will be CaSE’s first engineering charity to join our growing membership body.

Chairman of the BRE Trust James Wates said,

“We are delighted to become a member of CaSE and support the organisation’s efforts to raise awareness of science and engineering. BRE shares CaSE’s passion for technological education and development, and by joining we can together with CaSE extend our outreach beyond current networks. We hope that this will enhance the impact that BRE already has in supporting the built environment and also the wider science and engineering community.”

Director of CaSE, Dr Sarah Main said:

“I am delighted to welcome the BRE Trust as our first engineering charity to CaSE. As the UK’s largest built environment charity, the BRE Trust has worked over the last 15 years to advance research and education within the sector. We look forward to expanding our voice to encompass the built environment alongside the wide range of engineering, science and research organisations we represent. The BRE Trust’s membership of CaSE will make our voice in Government all the stronger.”

CaSE are keen to ensure the needs of the whole science and engineering community are being heard at the highest levels of government. If you are interested in finding out more about organisational membership of CaSE please contact Sharleni Inbanathan.