Introduction and company structure

Rosherville Limited and its subsidiaries are based in Gravesend, Kent and are wholly-owned by Gravesham Borough Council. Rosherville Limited is the holding company for the group of Rosherville companies – Rosherville Servicing Limited, Rosherville Property Development Limited and the newly incorporated Rosherville Repairs and Maintenance Limited.

Rosherville Limited is committed to preventing slavery and human trafficking in the delivery of its services and corporate activities. The company, and its subsidiaries, recognise that slavery and human trafficking remain a hidden blight on our society and that the company has a responsibility to be vigilant in spotting associated risks and to strive to ensure that its supply chains are free from slavery and human trafficking at any level.
Every person associated with Rosherville has a role to play in combating this crime, by remaining alert to the risk of slavery, however small it may be, within our business and within our supply chain. This statement is issued pursuant to section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.

Section 54 of the Act imposes a legal duty on commercial organisations, which supply goods and/or services from or to the United Kingdom and have a global turnover of more than £36 million, to publish a slavery and human trafficking statement each financial year. Based on the thresholds set in the Modern Slavery Act, it is not necessary for Rosherville to publish a statement, however the company has chosen to do so as a matter of good practice.


  • Rosherville Limited and its subsidiaries will meet the following standards and also expects those with whom it does business, to meet them:
    To support every individual’s human right to live free from abuse, servitude and inhumane treatment
  • To promote ethical business and operational practices in corporate activity and services delivered
  • To take appropriate steps to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is not taking part in any of its business or supply chains
  • To take reports of witnessed, suspected or disclosed concerns of slavery and human trafficking seriously and to ensure that such reports are shared with appropriate law enforcement in order that they can be fully investigated
  • To take appropriate action to address actual instances of slavery and human trafficking brought to the company’s attention and to take all reasonable steps to support and protect its victims.


The Directors and Company Secretary have all received training in respect of Modern Slavery. Any new Directors of the group of companies will be expected to undertake Modern Slavery training as part of their role within the company.

Supply Chains and due diligence

The Rosherville group of companies expects that all suppliers of goods and services comply with all applicable laws, statutes, regulations and codes including the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
Suppliers are also expected to have their own anti-slavery policy and to publish their own Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement (where applicable). Contract terms and conditions set out the requirements of contractors and subcontractors in relation to ensuring there is no slavery or human trafficking in their business.


This Statement relates specifically to activity carried out during the financial year ending 31 March 2023. The Rosherville group of companies will be reviewing the Statement on an annual basis and a new, updated Statement, acknowledging any further actions that may have been taken, will be published early in each new financial year.

This statement was approved by the Board of Rosherville Limited on on 26 May 2023.

Signe by Jamie Izzard, Chair of the Rosherville Limited Board.