Co-Ownership is committed to the highest standards of openness, integrity and accountability. Co-Ownership does not tolerate fraud, impropriety or dishonesty and will investigate all suspected cases.

What is Whistleblowing?

Whistleblowing is when someone exposes fraud, corruption, misconduct, dishonesty or illegal activity within an organisation.

What to do if something isn’t right?

All organisations are at risk of malpractice and this can affect business and damage their reputation.

If you have a serious concern about illegal or unethical practices in relation to Co-Ownership, our employees, customers, contractors, suppliers or partners, please contact our regulator, the Department for Communities (DfC).