Charter

The members of the Good Homes Alliance subscribe to the GHA charter, which states that house building and renovation in the UK is an essential activity that should be undertaken for the common good. In this way house building can help to transform our society for the better and reduce the very real and imminent threats to our world.

The members of the Good Homes Alliance therefore commit to working to substantially reduce the negative impacts of housing and renovation, and to substantially increase the factors that make for well being.

Please see the attached file for the full details of the charter and the principles.

 

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