Modern Slavery Statement for financial year 2018 / 2019
Dated: July 2019
This statement outlines the actions taken by Pure Leisure Group Limited (PLG), company registration number 05113719, and its group companies regarding the efforts made to combat slavery and human trafficking within our business and supply chain during the period 1 February 2018 to 31 January 2019.
Pure Leisure Group was formed in 2004, we own and operate holiday lodge and caravan parks across the UK.
We employ around 250 employees in the UK. PLG continues to grow as we acquire new businesses. All new additions to our portfolio are required to follow our policies and procedures.
Our supply chain includes the procurement of goods and services necessary for the ownership and holiday parks and for re-sale to guests and holiday home owners.
PLG recognise our commitment to sound social and environmental practices both in our own business and our supply chain and our responsibility to ensure modern slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in any part of our business and supply chain.
Through our policies and procedures we require our employees to treat fellow employees and third parties respectfully, legally and ethically. As a business we are committed to protect human rights in all areas we have influence.
Operating in the UK we ensure that we act lawfully. Furthermore the majority of our supply chains are small, purchasing is centralised to enable consolidation of suppliers who are both local and national. We believe there is a very low risk of slavery and human trafficking occurring in our business and supply chains.
From a HR perspective, we implement ‘right-to-work’ checks on all new employees and undertake regular checks on shift-patterns and the hours worked by our colleagues. We also understand the importance of focusing on having a culture of engaging in all activities with respect and fair treatment of others.
We are committed to conducting our business with honesty and integrity and we expect all employees to maintain high standards. Through our whistleblowing policy employees are encouraged to report suspected wrong doing as soon as possible without fear of reprisals.
We continue to maintain our commitment to combatting slavery and human trafficking as we continue to develop resources. We will continue to educate our employees and stakeholders across our business and supply chain.
This statement has been reviewed and approved by the directors of PLG on 14.01.21.