Being a responsible business

We are committed to running a responsible and ethical business. This means behaving with integrity towards all our stakeholders and being aware of the impact we have on the communities we work in.

Responsible business

Our Total Commitments

Our Total Commitments
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Protecting people

Keeping people safe and reducing the number of incidents for everyone who works on or has contact with our projects.

Developing people

We aim to create an environment in which people feel valued, respected and empowered.  We help our employees learn new skills and gain new experiences to support their personal ambitions and drive the business forward.

Improving the environment

Reducing the environmental impact of our operations, including our construction processes and use of raw materials, and improving the lifespan of buildings.

Working together with our supply chain

Engaging and educating our suppliers on responsible business practices, while ensuring quality, cost competitiveness and responsible sourcing.

Enhancing communities

Ensuring that the communities in which we work benefit both economically and socially, by delivering long-term improvements to cities and infrastructure with minimal impact from the building works.

Developing people

We aim to create an environment in which people feel valued, respected and empowered.  We help our employees learn new skills and gain new experiences to support their personal ambitions and drive the business forward.

Improving the environment

Reducing the environmental impact of our operations, including our construction processes and use of raw materials, and improving the lifespan of buildings.

Working together with our supply chain

Engaging and educating our suppliers on responsible business practices, while ensuring quality, cost competitiveness and responsible sourcing.

Enhancing communities

Ensuring that the communities in which we work benefit both economically and socially, by delivering long-term improvements to cities and infrastructure with minimal impact from the building works.

Our performance

Protecting people
Accident frequency rate
0.14
0.17 in 2015
Developing people
Average number of training days per employee
3.9
3.4 in 2015
Improving the environment
Total waste diverted from landfill
96%
90% in 2015
Working together with our supply chain
% of total spend covered by group wide agreements
71%
71% in 2015
Enhancing communities
Number of qualifying projects using LM3 local multiplier tool
39
38 in 2015
Developing people
Voluntary staff turnover
13%
16% in 2015
Improving the environment
Group carbon emissions in tonnes
30,770
34,216 in 2015
Working together with our supply chain
Number of participants in the Supply Chain Sustainability School
2,048
2,130 in 2015
Enhancing communities
Considerate Constructors Scheme average score
37.6/50
38.0/50 in 2015

Our stories

Our stories

28.06.2017

Morgan Sindall apprentices sow the seeds of sustainability

Apprentices from the Scottish construction arm of Morgan Sindall have taken par...

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27.06.2017

Tideway supports a new teacher in Fulham to help give pupils an introduction to construction

The company behind London’s super sewer has sponsored a teacher to help encoura...

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07.06.2017

Morgan Sindall gives plant nurseries new lease of life

Chestnut Nursery in Poole and Mayfield Nurseries in Southampton provide shelter...

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25.05.2017

Workers Feel Unproductive In The Heat

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10.04.2017

Morgan Lovell picks up prestigious President's RoSPA Award

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31.03.2017

Morgan Lovell Agree Strategic Partnership to Achieve WELL Building Standard

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27.06.2017

Overbury completes refurbishment of public space at The National Archives

Overbury has completed a £780,000 refurbishment at The National Archives in Kew...

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23.06.2017

Queen Elizabeth School Students Innovate Health & Safety

Students recognised with industry award nomination for innovative health and sa...

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1.06.2017

Surge of Energy as Overbury Begins Opus Energy Fit Out

Overbury has been appointed to help deliver a new office fit out for their Nort...

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23.05.2017

Lovell launches new Responsible Business report

Read the full Lovell Responsible Business Report here. Highlights include that...

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18.05.2017

Housebuilder’s competition teaches health and safety to Telford students

Year 10 GCSE students from Southall School were invited to the recently opened ...

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05.05.2017

Lovell chosen by Hafod to create 48 new homes in Bridgend

Lovell has been selected by Hafod to deliver the £5.4 million design-and-build ...

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Graham Edgell Director of Sustainability and Procurement

sustainability@morgansindall.com

0117 403 0870

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