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The Good Homes Alliance (GHA) is a group of housing developers, building professionals and other industry supporters whose aim is to transform the UK housing sector to ensure it creates and maintains Good Homes for all. We define what makes a Good Home and help our member build and monitor Good Homes that are sustainable in the broadest sense.

All GHA Leaders and Developer Members have signed up to meet GHA Standard, which means that their homes must be low energy, healthy and have proven performance. All Members also sign up to the GHA Charter, which covers broader aspects of social and community performance.

The GHA helps to support this industry transformation through education, research & guidance and technical support, and also engages in active policy and promotion activities to ensure that market conditions encourage and incentivise developers to take a more sustainable approach.

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  1. JUL 15

    AECB ADAPT Conference

    The Enterprise Centre at the University of East Anglia. Norwich Research Park, Norwich, Norfolk NR4 7TJ

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