We are extremely pleased to report that our gender pay gap is 1.82 (mean) and 1.23% (median) which is a marginal increase to the previous year. These figures are significantly below the UK mean and median pay gap and demonstrate that pay for both men and women are similar. We have a small majority of women than men in both the upper and the upper middle pay quartiles but we employ 20% more women than men in both the lower middle and lower pay quartile which has resulted in the current pay gap.

Regardless of gender, all of our hourly paid employees are paid the same hourly rate of pay for the same role (subject to London Living Allowance).

I confirm that the information we have supplied has been calculated according to the requirements of the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017″

Simon Gasson, Managing Director

Please note: A previous version of this report is available here.