Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking Statement

Salmon Property Limited and its subsidiaries (hereafter, “we” or “Salmon”) have produced this statement in accordance with its obligations under the Modern Slavery Act 2015. We briefly set out the current steps in place and the new measures we aim to implement in the future to address any risk of modern slavery and human trafficking in our workforce and our wider supply chains.

Modern Slavery is defined as the recruitment, movement, harbouring or receiving of children, women or men through the use of force, coercion, abuse of vulnerability, deception or other means for the purpose of exploitation. Human Trafficking is a form of Modern Slavery defined as the unlawful act of transporting or coercing people in order to benefit from their work or service, typically in the form of forced labour or sexual exploitatin.

Business and organisation structure

Salmon is a privately owned property development throughout the UK with a focus on London and the South-East. Our strategic goal is to become one of the leading mid box industrial developers in the UK. We have undertaken over 65 projects to date. The business is UK-based with 7 employees. Our supply chain is predominantly UK based and is managed centrally by a team of property development specialists. We are satisfied that there is no risk of slavery or human trafficking among our workforce.

Our policies and procedures

Salmon recognises the importance of tackling slavery and human trafficking at all levels of its business and is dedicated to implementing policies to ensure our business operates in a friendly, fair and ethical manner. We maintain a high standard of compliance throughout our organisation by carefully selecting our engagements and suppliers and ensuring that they also share our commitment to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking.

We also raise awareness of this abhorrent practice by encouraging employees to raise any concerns that they may have regarding non-compliance with this statement and our policy. We operate a formal whistleblowing policy so that all employees know that they can raise concerns without fear of reprisals.

We have policies relating to health and safety and policies aimed at supporting, developing and protecting our employees, which we keep under regular review.

Chief Executive Officer, Paul Stoodley March 2024