Morgan Sindall Property Services contributes to group’s robust performance

Repairs and maintenance expert, Morgan Sindall Property Solutions, for the year finish of 2020 offers contributed to Morgan Sindall Group’s strong performance.

The structure and regeneration group’s most recent figures demonstrate resilience through the entire pandemic, delivering an altered operating income of £68.5 million (FY 2019: £93.1 million) in revenue of £3 billion (FY 2019: £3.1 billion).

The team reported a secured purchase reserve of £8.3 billion, up nine % year-on-year. With a strengthened balance sheet and internet money of £333 million (FY 2019: £193 million), the combined group is finished 2020 with “real momentum” . It now expects revenue to be materially before its previous anticipations and slightly before that delivered in 2019.

Alan Hayward, Morgan Sindall Property Providers Managing Director, mentioned: “I’m pleased with how our company has taken care of immediately the pandemic. Our devoted employees have continued to provide essential providers in a agile and accountable way, alongside providing new answers to assistance the grouped communities we operate in.

“As a small business we acted swiftly, collaborating with partners and customers to address the dangers posed by the pandemic, which includes launching our COVID-19 Portal, supplying a platform for several consumer queries.

“Regardless of the challenges that 2020 brought, we earned three main contracts with Home Team Housing Association, and London Borough of Fulham and Hammersmith having an overall worth of £171 million, contributing to an purchase book which stands in £970 million.

“This past year we released our Data Insight design, helping our customers to create better investment choices, improve customer experience, and make certain our social worth initiatives meet up with the different needs of every grouped community.

“An integral part of this is how we assist our frontline employees identify potential danger and vulnerabilities in the communities we assist and dealing with our clients in order that residents obtain the support they want.

“We also won Nearly all Improved Asset Management Services, at the National Casing Maintenance Discussion board (NHMF) awards together with St Albans Town and District Council, where we had been recognised for the innovative usage of data technologies and insight, improving the product quality and efficiency of services provided to SADC 5,000 attributes.

“We are able to look back again on the entire year where we discovered solutions to deliver tasks in challenging situations and tackle the main element issues affecting individuals in your communities.”