Policies & Procedures

Golding Homes Privacy Policy

As part of providing a good service to you, we need to collect and handle personal information from and about you.  We hold and process this information in connection with managing your housing arrangements and to meet your needs.  Your personal information needs to be kept confidential and we take great care to ensure it is collected, stored and handled responsibly and according to legal requirements. 

Anti Bribery, Anti-Fraud and Corruption Policy

We are committed to the protection of our assets against losses to fraud and corruption. We are working to make sure that the opportunity for fraud and corruption is as low as reasonably practicable, and will be supported in this by the honest majority of people who oppose fraud.

Equality and Diversity

We recognise that everyone is different and we work hard to deliver the services which are right for our customers’ individual needs.  The wellbeing and cohesion of our local community and workforce are important to us and by valuing and championing diversity, we can lead the way in setting good practices and share it with others. As a landlord, service provider and employer we have a general duty to promote equality of opportunity and eliminate discrimination. Our statement sets out Golding's continued work towards the elimination of unlawful discrimination and how we aim to reflect fairness in all our activities by making services accessible and ensuring equality of opportunity for all.

Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement

This statement sets out our actions to understand all potential modern slavery risks related to our business and to put in place steps that are aimed at ensuring that there is no slavery or human trafficking in our own business and our supply chains. We recognise our responsibility to take a robust approach to combat slavery and human trafficking.

2019 Gender Pay Gap Report

The gender pay gap is a measure of the difference between the average pay of men and women within an organisation, and it is compulsory for companies in Great Britain with more than 250 employees to report their gender pay gap figures at the end of every financial year. Please read our report above.