This statement has been produced in accordance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015, Section 54.
It constitutes our Modern Slavery Transparency Statement for Meadowview Homes.
Meadowview Homes is opposed to all forms of unethical business behaviour.
We recognise the harmful impact that modern slavery has on individuals and society and we are committed to help prevent these illegal practices.
Our approach to business is keeping people safe, upholding family values, working for our customers being the best we can be and making the best returns possible.
Our Business and our Supply Chain
Meadowview Homes is a housing Development business committed to being a responsible business.
We continually strive to work with our contractors, suppliers and customers who share the
same values. We communicate these, as we believe it is what makes us different from our
competitors which is how we have approached the issue of modern slavery internally with colleagues and with our contractors and suppliers.
Policies and Controls
Regarding our own employees, we uphold high standards and comply fully with relevant employment laws and right to work checks. Our employees are encouraged to report any concerns.
Our contractors and suppliers go through a due diligence process prior to be appointed for each development. This includes but is not limited to business ethics, labour, and human rights, environmental, health & safety and product quality.
We also hold site audits that cover primarily H&S but will also include our engagement with all our contractors and suppliers.
We have provided training to key employees on Modern Slavery.
The online Modern Slavery training module is on our in-house system, which is accessible to all.
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