Our story

In 1977, John Morgan and Jack Lovell pooled £1,000 of their savings to set up an office design company in Soho. Word spread of their creativity and innovative approaches – and by 1981, they’d achieved a turnover of £4m. In 1994, they acquired William Sindall, formed the Morgan Sindall Group and listed on the stock exchange. Morgan Lovell forms part of the group, and is widely regarded as a leader in the UK office design sector.

We're backed by the FTSE 250-listed Morgan Sindall Group, which gives us a wide network and additional resources to tap into. You can be sure your project is in safe hands whilst still enjoying the creative freedom and flexibility that the founders envisaged when they first started the business. This extra scale lets us engage with leading suppliers, giving you the best possible deal and end-product.

Company information

Morgan Lovell plc (VAT No. 765 3653 06 and Company Registration No. 2755027) has its registered address at Kent House, 14-17 Market Place, London, W1W 8AJ

Parent Company

Overbury is part of the Morgan Sindall Group plc - a leading UK construction and regeneration group. The group operates through six key divisions - Construction, Infrastructure, Fit Out, Property Services, Partnership Housing and Urban Regeneration.

Annual report and results

You're welcome to download our 2022 Annual Report and Financial Statements.

Morgan Lovell and the 2015 Modern Slavery Act

The Modern Slavery Act 2015 requires large companies to disclose each year the steps they've taken to ensure there is no modern slavery in their business or supply chains. This is a cause we're wholly committed to, and our group statement is available by clicking here.

Gender pay gap

Developing and retaining talented people is a key strategic objective for us, and is vital to our success and that of our parent company, Morgan Sindall Group. We aim to provide all of our employees with opportunities to develop their careers, by ensuring that we operate an inclusive, empowered culture, underpinned by respect at all times.

In April 2017 new legislation came into force requiring companies with more than 250 employees to publish their gender pay gap. The report for Morgan Lovell's gender pay gap should be read in conjunction with the Morgan Sindall Group plc gender pay gap report which can be found here.