Lovell is a leading and innovative regeneration business that changes the lives of people we build homes for and those who work with us. We change lives by creating great opportunities and developing sustainable communities; leaving a lasting legacy through the people we’ve had a positive impact on. This makes us the trusted partner of choice for Local Authorities, Housing Associations and Homeowners. We believe in responsible and sustainable construction and we look for partners who share our values. We work in long-term partnerships to transform communities creating places where people want to live.
We work closely with local people and our partners through ongoing consultation, we develop bespoke solutions to local housing needs, creating attractive communities of energy-efficient, affordable homes where people choose to live. Our extensive experience in regeneration means we know how regeneration developments work best to enable sustainable urban communities
We are 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: Partnership Housing, Construction & Infrastructure, Fit Out, Property Services, Urban Regeneration and Investments.
Our key projects include:
The One Woolwich development programme which will bring 1,563 high-quality, affordable new homes to the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Plans are in place to demolish all existing homes on the three estates, Connaught, Morris Walk and Maryon Grove, and completely redevelop the sites in a £398 million scheme, which is being delivered over seven phases across 13 years.
Together, working alongside PA Housing, our aim is to turn what was essentially a deprived mono-tenure area into a vibrant, welcoming and balanced community, with large family houses, mews houses and one, two and three-bedroom courtyard apartments up to 18 storeys in height
Lovell were appointed to develop The Electric Quarter development in Ponders End. The former Middlesex University site and High Street frontage is being transformed thanks to the £48m development creating new homes, commercial and retail space and a replacement library. The new vibrant development will consist of one, two and three-bedroom apartments and four- bedroom homes. 115 of the new homes will be for open market sale by Lovell, whilst the remaining 52 homes will be split between affordable and intermediate rent for North London Muslim Housing Association.
Why The Company Joined The Housing Forum:
Housing Forum membership is valuable to us at Lovell Partnerships to ensure that our voice is heard by all involved in the housing and residential sector in the exchange of ideas and collaboration across the industry, to keep abreast of best practice and, to participate in the many events and workshops to promote the ongoing challenge of delivering much needed homes.