Lovell Partnerships Join The Housing Forum

21 August 2019



We are delighted to announce Lovell Partnerships, London has joined The Housing Forum.


Lovell is a leading provider of partnership housing with over 45 years’ experience. With offices across the UK, Lovell provides a comprehensive range of services and can offer a full range of options for partners.


Lovell is part of Morgan Sindall Group plc, a leading UK regeneration and construction group with revenue of c£2.8 billion and which operates through six divisions of Partnership Housing, Construction & Infrastructure, Fit Out, Property Services, Urban Regeneration and Investments.


The team at Lovell Partnerships join The Housing Forum’s growing membership of 150+ like-minded organisations and businesses from across the public and private sector, championing collaboration and innovation in construction to improve productivity, design and build quality.


Stuart Gibbons, Managing Director at Lovell Partnerships, London said:


‘Lovell Partnerships is an innovative regeneration business changing the lives of the people we build homes for, and those who work with us. We create great opportunities and develop sustainable communities that stand out from the crowd. We leave a lasting legacy through the people we’ve had a positive impact on. Housing Forum membership is valuable to us to ensure that our voice is heard in the exchange of ideas across the industry, to keep abreast of best practice and, to participate in the many events and workshops.’


Shelagh Grant, Chief Executive of The Housing Forum added:


We are thrilled that Lovell Partnerships have become members of The Housing Forum. They join a substantial group of leading organisations engaged in delivering the millions of homes the UK needs as a building block for our nation. Lovell’s experience of providing housing through partnership will be of great value and has consistently demonstrated a commitment to quality and collaboration.


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