NHBC reaffirms commitment to Armed Forces Covenant

a photo of some armed forces personnel

Milton Keynes-based firm NHBC has reaffirmed its commitment to the Armed Forces Covenant. The covenant is a pledge that acknowledges those who serve or who have served in the armed forces and their families should be treated with fairness and respect in the community, economy and society.

NHBC, the UK’s leading independent provider of warranty and insurance for new-build homes, is a long-time advocate of the Armed Forces Covenant having first signed seven years ago. This reaffirmation of support reflects the company’s staunch commitment to the armed forces community.

With more than 30 former service personnel working within the business, NHBC is proud to have created an inclusive working environment that values diversity and strives to give people the freedom to be themselves.

NHBC CEO Steve Wood led the proceedings last week at NHBC House in Knowlhill, Milton Keynes. He welcomed Lieutenant Colonel Simon Wilkinson who oversaw the signing ceremony and thanked NHBC for it’s ongoing dedication to this important cause.

NHBC CEO Steve Wood commented: “We are always pleased to welcome former armed forces personnel to NHBC. As a modern, progressive employer, we recognise the value of the Armed Forces Covenant and the impact it makes on those who have served their country and I am proud to reaffirm NHBC’s support.”