The benefit of a long term partnership is the ability to make a real difference to local communities. We work with local people to understand and address their needs and aspirations, creating successful and sustainable communities 


We measure the impact carefully and are guided by our Morgan Sindall Group responsible business strategy, based on the five Total Commitments to our stakeholders. 

We do this through:

  • Collaboration with public, private and third sector stakeholders
  • Creating resilience in our own operation, the communities where we work, and throughout our supply chain
  • Being accountable for what we deliver
  • Being inclusive with all stakeholders

The Morgan Sindall Group Total Commitments are designed to ensure we are a responsible business and that our projects have a positive social, environmental and economic impact in the local area. 

They align to and support the UN Sustainable Development Goals, with a particular focus on Goal 8 which is focused on promoting ‘sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all’. 

Protecting people
Improving the environment
Developing and motivating people
Managing a sustainable supply chain
Enhancing communities

Protecting everyone involved in our business activities

We recognise the importance of conducting our operations within the framework of a structured business management system. Procedures and systems have been established in accordance with ISO 45001 in order to implement this commitment and to comply with our statutory obligations regarding health and safety.

We ensure, as far as reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare at work of all of our people and other persons who may be affected by our activities. As part of our aim to continuously improve our health and safety performance we set out objectives and targets.

For further information on how we protect our people see link below

Protecting People

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Improving the environment  

We seek to minimise our impact and conserve resources.

We are committed to improving the environment by engaging our the supply chain to make positive changes to design and incorporating future standards and regulations.

As a Group we have reduced our carbon emissions by 54% since 2010.


Developing and motivating people

It is important to us that we train, develop and retain our talented workforce.

We know that people are our best asset and are key to our success. Motivation, innovation and development is ongoing as we evolve and grow.

The Group employed 281 apprentices and new graduates in 2019 and enrolled 58 participants in our leadership development programme.


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Managing a sustainable supply chain

We improve our performance levels, through collaboration and education and understand that working with our supply chain is key to achieving a sustainable build.

We are proud that we procure 100% sustainable timber and use local suppliers to reduce our carbon footprint. Our sustainability policies are passed down to our contractors including using our local employment policy to create sustainable employment.

Suppliers that perform well against our targets gain preferred status. Working with local councils and job centres, we encourage the creation of apprenticeships to help develop the next generation of skilled construction workers.



Enhancing communities

We invest in communities by focusing on creating long-term improvements to the areas we work in, with a key focus on delivering new homes.

A number of our developments have taken place on under-utilised land (former car parks, vacant brownfield sites).

We continue to enhance engagement with schools and colleges, creating job and apprenticeship opportunities and taking part in local charity fundraising events.

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