Gender Pay Gap Report

Gender pay reporting legislation requires employers with 250 or more employees to publish annual statutory calculations showing how large the pay gap is between their male and female employees. The Landmarc report for 2021 is available for you to read below.

Gender Pay Gap Report 2021 

In the UK, Landmarc Support Services, a joint venture between Mitie and American firm Amentum, has worked in partnership with the Ministry of Defence (MOD) for nearly two decades, providing a range of management and support services that enable our Armed Forces to live, work and train on the UK Defence Training Estate. This includes consultancy, design, management and operation of training areas and ranges; explosives safety; built and rural estate management, including environmental and conservation support; information management and administration services; project management and commercial property management.   

Encouraging diversity 

We have made a long term commitment to encourage females into what has traditionally been seen as a male dominated work environment i.e. facilities and estate management in support of the Armed Forces. We are challenging the prevailing culture and championing those female employees who have the potential and the desire to pursue careers in any specialism that we use for service delivery. We have had encouraging results across a wide field of activities from supervisor and specialist roles right up to director level.

We continue to improve diversity awareness through our induction and refresher training much of which is now available on line as e-learning modules. This approach increases uptake and effectiveness in terms of the learning experience.

We intend to link up with our shareholder companies and our client to widen the opportunities for networking for female employees.

An inclusive and diverse workforce

At Landmarc Support Services, we know that a diverse workforce helps us deliver a better customer service.

Our People Strategy aims to combine the skills and experiences of our entire team, with continuous learning and development for all; through family friendly policies, a balanced age profile and a focus on representing different races and cultures.

Our gender profile

We have made a long-term commitment to encourage females into what has traditionally been seen as the male dominated environment of facilities and estate management, in support of the Armed Forces – with 19.9% per cent of our workforce now made up of female employees and 80.1% per cent male.

Headline gender pay gap figures for the reporting period

Gender pay gap

 Mean 4.95% (-1.64%) 
 Median     8.06% (-1.15%)


Gender bonus gap

 Mean 52.01% (-9.82%) 
 Median     70% (+70%)


% of men and women receiving a bonus

 Men 12.68% (+5.51%) 
 Women     20.49% (+8.82%)


Proportion of male and female colleagues in each pay quartile

  Male  Female 
 Lower quartile 62.75% (-3.02%)       37.25% (+3.02%)
 Lower middle quartile     62.30% (-28.3%) 37.70% (+28.3%)
 Upper middle quartile 79.79% (-2.76%) 20.21% (+2.76%)
 Upper quartile 84.41% (-0.49%) 15.59% (+0.49%)

We have also captured this in an infographic, which is available to download below alongside previous years' reports.

Mark Neill
Managing Director