Analyst Price Target is GBX 1,650
▼ -25.68% Downside Potential
This price target is based on 2 analysts offering 12 month price targets for Morgan Sindall Group in the last 3 months. The average price target is GBX 1,650, with a high forecast of GBX 1,800 and a low forecast of GBX 1,500. The average price target represents a -25.68% upside from the last price of GBX 2,220.
Current Consensus is
The current consensus among 2 polled investment analysts is to buy stock in Morgan Sindall Group. This Buy consensus rating has held steady for over two years.
Morgan Sindall Group plc operates as a construction and regeneration company in the United Kingdom. It operates through Construction & Infrastructure, Fit Out, Property Services, Partnership Housing, and Urban Regeneration divisions. The Construction & Infrastructure division provides infrastructure services to highways, rail, aviation, energy, water, and nuclear markets; and construction services in education, healthcare, commercial, defense, industrial, leisure, and retail markets. This division also offers multi-disciplinary design and engineering consultancy services. The Fit Out division specializes in fit out and refurbishment projects in commercial, central, and local government offices, as well as retail banking and education markets. This division also provides office interior design and build services. The Property Services division offers planned maintenance and responsive repair services to social housing and the public sector. The Partnership Housing division engages in mixed-tenure development and contracting activities; building and developing homes for open market; sale and affordable rent; design and build contracting; and planned maintenance and refurbishment activities. The Urban Regeneration division works with landowners and public sector partners to transform the urban landscape through the development of multi-phase sites and mixed-use regeneration, including residential, commercial, retail, and leisure facilities. The company was incorporated in 1953 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.