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Hallam Land Management


3rd May 2012


Over last 12 months we have secured planning permission or minded to grant permission, subject to the signing of a planning agreement, on the following sites:

Bolsover (250 plots)
Mansfield (215 plots)
Kilmarnock (500 plots)
Burdiehouse (100 plots)
Desford (68 plots)
Bishopbriggs (51 plots)
Buckingham (700 plots)
Highbridge (550 plots)
Rugby (36 plots)
Nuneaton (326 plots)
Kilmarnock (20 acres of employment)

Also during the period new planning applications have been made:

Chatteris (1,000 plots)
Bedford (495 plots)
Rolleston (23 plots)
Evesham (59 plots)
Market Harborough (500 plots)
Torrance (9 plots)
Monmouth (145 plots)
Blaby (1,062 plots)
Marston Moretaine (125 plots)
Ripley (360 plots)
Rugby (183 plots)
Airdire (65 plots)
Kegworth (110 plots)
Burton upon Trent (950 plots)
Winsford (180 plots)
Winsick (166 plots)

A further update will be issued in the Autumn.

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Hallam Land Management is a part of the Henry Boot Group of Companies.

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We have updated our Human Trafficking and Slavery Statement (the “Statement”), setting out the introductory activities undertaken to reduce the risk of slavery and trafficking activities being present within our business operations. These measures include the introduction of an Anti-Slavery Policy, due diligence requirements, and mandatory contract clauses seeking compliance by our supply chain with appropriate anti-slavery measures. In addition, the Statement sets out the measures to be put in place during 2018.

We will be regularly working with our partners, contractors, suppliers and other stakeholders to bring these measures into effect, and then to review their effectiveness and consider any changes or additional measures which such a review highlights.”

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John Sutcliffe

Chief Executive Officer