Housing and Land
Communities and locally operating companies respect land rights, including Indigenous rights to traditional lands and territories. Involuntary resettlement can have significant human, environmental, and economic impacts and only occurs when absolutely unavoidable, with careful input, planning, and implementation to avoid expropriation, to minimise adverse impacts, and to support fairly negotiated settlements regardless of legal rights. Housing for resettled and other community members considers family, cultural and other needs. Home ownership or other forms of housing tenure, including tenancy or co-op housing, are accessible to all community members. The community offers sufficient housing opportunities and vacancies to meet the needs of the community’s population, at affordable rates in locations that do not compromise residents’ ability to support their good health and wellbeing.
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