Living Wage Places recognises and celebrates the geographical areas that are doing more to expand Living Wage accreditation. From Living Wage Buildings and Zones to Towns, Cities, Boroughs and Regions, these are the places where communities and businesses are working together to tackle low pay within their localities.
Making a Living Wage City
Making a Living Wage Town
A group of local ‘anchor’ institutions and businesses that are accredited Living Wage employers form an action group led by the local council and create a plan to expand the Living Wage through their town.
Read more about Making Glenrothes a Living Wage Town.
Living Wage Buildings
Living Wage Buildings are buildings with multiple business tenants, all of whom pay the real Living Wage to their employees and contractors.
Toolkit: Living Wage Places
A toolkit on tackling low-pay through local action, so that areas across the UK can begin their own Living Wage Places journey.