Ethical Policy

More than 40 years on, the Roper Rhodes Group, comprising The Laura Ashley Bathroom Collection, remains a family operated business with a strong commitment to our staff and our local community. We contribute 3% of pre-tax profits each year to locally based charities and support local community organisations.

We will not trade with any suppliers who do not treat their employees in a reasonable manner and pay acceptable wages. We want to create a business we can be truly proud of and strive to make sure people are given the opportunity develop themselves further both in and outside work. The happiness of the people who work for Roper Rhodes is important to us and our staff are shareholders in the company.

Our environmental policy ensures that we seek to minimize our environmental impact as far as possible. We do not use timber from rain forests, and endeavour to obtain materials from farmed renewable sources. Where possible we use timbers from FSC (Forestry Stewardship Council) accredited suppliers. We recycle most of the waste we create in our Bath premises and comply with EC regulations on Packaging Waste.

Modern Slavery Statement

Laura Ashley Bathroom Collection (as a subsidery of Roper Rhodes Limited) is committed to preventing slavery and human trafficking in its corporate activities, and to ensuring that its supply chains, including those of its sub-contractors and partners, are free from slavery and human trafficking. For full details please see the document below.

Modern Slavery Statement 2019