Following amendments made to the AIM Rules, which took effect on 28 September 2018, all AIM companies are required to apply a recognised corporate governance code and to make additional website disclosures relating to their compliance with that code.
In compliance with this requirement, the company has adopted the Quoted Companies Alliance’s (QCA) Corporate Governance Code and has updated its website to include additional disclosures required by the QCA Code and the AIM Rules.
As Chairman of Inland Homes PLC, I have overall responsibility for ensuring that corporate governance is embedded within the business. Corporate governance is at the heart of this organisation to maintain integrity, ensure we operate effectively and deliver value for our shareholders
The Board recognises the importance of sound corporate governance and applies the ten principles of the QCA Code insofar as reasonably practicable given the Company’s nature and size. Further details on compliance with the principles are provided in the Corporate Governance Statement here. The Board reviewed the company’s compliance with the QCA Code at its Board meeting of the 04 December 2019.
The Board believes that the QCA Code provides Inland Homes with a practical and rigorous corporate governance framework to support our strategy and the Company’s success.