Equality & Diversity Policy

At Condor we believe we have a responsibility as a company to embrace diversity, challenge unfair practices, and oppose all forms of discrimination.

Condor believes that all employees and tenants have the right to be free from harassment and bullying of any description, whether based on sex, trans-gender status, marital status, civil partnership status, pregnancy, race, disability, age, political or religious belief or sexuality.

We believe that both our staff members and our tenants have a right to be treated with respect and dignity. We are committed to ensuring that the services we provide do not discriminate against our customers, both in the letting process when receiving applications from prospective tenants and in the ongoing management of all tenancies.

We intend to promote equality and prevent discrimination through our roles as:

  • An Accommodation Service provider
  • An employer

Characteristics protected by equality legislation are:

  • Age
  • Disability
  • Gender reassignment
  • Marriage/civil partnership
  • Pregnancy/maternity leave
  • Race
  • Religion or belief
  • Sex
  • Sexual orientation

How our equality and diversity policy is put into practice:

  • Condor treats all students and staff with a non-judgemental attitude.
  • Condor does not tolerate discrimination, harassment, bullying or victimisation against employees, students or third parties in any Condor property.
  • Condor will fully investigate complaints from employees, students or third parties at any Condor property who feel they have been unfairly discriminated against.

We also include in our tenancy agreement a clause outlining our expectations of our tenants in terms of equality and diversity:

Clause C2 – Condor Properties AST

Nuisance and Anti-social behaviour: Not to cause or allow household members, or visitors to cause a nuisance or annoyance to the landlord, other tenants , or neighbours within the locality (anti-social behaviour includes minor problems with dogs, children, untidy gardens and lifestyle cases through to serious noise problems, violent and criminal behaviour, domestic abuse, the supply and use of controlled drugs and intimidation, harassment or victimisation on the grounds of a persons’ race, sex (gender), sexual orientation, disability, age, religion or belief, pregnancy or maternity status , socio-economic status).