UK-GBC is a membership organization that campaigns for a sustainable built environment. As a charity and membership organisation, it facilitates dialogue between industry and Government to promote greener approaches in the construction sector. Homestead Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. is the only real estate company in India to be accredited by the UK-GBC.
GHA has done considerable research on issues such as ventilation and indoor air quality (VIAQ), overheating problems, sustainable building products, thermal bridging etc .
Membership of the GHA provides the information, credibility, research data and support.
IGBC which is a part of CII- Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre is actively involved in promoting the Green Building concept in India. The council is represented by all stakeholders of construction industry comprising of Corporate, Government & Nodal Agencies, Architects, Product manufacturers, Institutions, etc.
The IGBC operates on a consensus based approach and member-driven. Their vision is to usher green building revolution and India to become one of the world leaders in green buildings by 2015.
The Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (CREDAI) primarily focuses in promoting skill development programs and enhancing knowledge in aesthetic design and efficient execution of projects of members through conventions and other avenues. Representing over 5,000 developers through 20 member associations across the country, its numerous initiatives and activities help developers come together and work towards better practices, improved customer service and a stronger realty industry.
National Real Estate Development Council (NAREDCO) was established in 1998 with the intent of inducing transparency and ethics in real estate business and shaping the real estate industry of India into a matured and globally competitive business sector. It is a platform where government, industry and public would discuss various problems and opportunities face to face which would result in speedy resolution of issues.