Freedom is committed to upholding the highest standards of conduct and ethics among our business units, our employees and our supply chain and we take our responsibility to exercise exemplary corporate governance very seriously. Our Governance is seen as an essential tool, helping us to conduct our business responsibly, with openness and integrity, and in accordance with all of the laws and regulations to which our business activities are subject.

As a leader in our market, our objective is to deliver excellent services for our customers, resulting in safe, fair and professional services at all times. We are committed to a vision of consistently providing the best value for our customers, shareholders, colleagues, business partners, suppliers and the wider communities in which we work.

Our approach to Business Management is one of professionalism which is driven by our core values:

We will keep our people and all of our stakeholders safe from harm as our number one priority.

We will hold our customers’ requirements and expectations in the highest regard. We will manage all aspects of our business legally, and we will compete for and deliver our business fairly. We are committed to aligning our business management principles with UK standards of best practice.

We are committed to continually developing, reviewing and maintaining our business management processes to ensure that we enhance our customers’ experience of our services and deliver outstanding results. We seek to enable our customers’ business plans and delivery strategies.

We are committed to actively seeking and acting on the views of all those who work with us to develop a performance approach to our business transactions.

We are committed to continually optimising our performance. We operate a restless approach to continuous improvement and replicating the trust placed in us, we serve as a trusted partner to our many repeat clients.

CSR Policy Statement

Environmental Policy Statement

Modern Slavery and Anti Human Trafficking

Health and Safety Policy Statement

Quality Policy

Responsible Procurement Charter

Modern Slavery Statement

Carbon Reduction Plan 

Customer Service Policy Statement

Gender Pay Gap Reporting

Tax Strategy

Ethical Working Policy

Section 172 statement

In accordance with the Companies Act 2006, the Company is required to prepare a statement in the strategic report of the financial statements which describes how the directors have regard to the matters set out in section 172(1) (a) to (f) when performing their duties as a director under section 172 of the Companies Act 2006 (commonly known as a “section 172 statement”). The section 172 statement for the Company is available on the NG Bailey website where the policies are held.



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