But the process is generally more complex when the commission’s approval is needed – for example, if you’re selling land to someone connected to your charity. The commission recommends you take advice if you think its approval is needed for a property transaction - but it can’t provide this advice itself.
That’s where the Ethical Property Foundation comes in. If you’re a charity, you can sign up for free to access over 125 pages of free, regularly updated property guidance, checklists and templates. And if you can’t find the answer you need, you can contact its property advisers for bespoke, one-to-one advice on complex issues like: