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Lawson Robb, alongside Rigby & Rigby and Helen Green Design, is a founding member of luxury design group Allect International Design Group. All the three companies provide the perfect balance between R&D influenced design-development, focused interior design, interior architecture and yacht design.
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Rigby Group Plc Turns Over £3 Billion, Parent Company to the Allect Design Group

Steve Rigby, Sir Peter Rigby, Rigby Group Plc Turnover £3 Billion, Steve Rigby, Allect Design Group, Rigby & Rigby
Published 25th September 2019

Allect Design Group’s parent company, Rigby Group Plc, reports strong growth and pledges to “continue to look at further acquisitions” over the upcoming years. Lawson Robb became a part of the Allect Design Group Summer last year and has since seen revolutionary and exciting changes to the business.

The Rigby Group is run by Sir Peter Rigby and his sons Steven and James. It operates many different businesses across six core divisions: technology, airports, hotels, aviation, real estate and finance, and has holdings in the UK and around Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

Rigby Group’s various residential and yacht interior design operations include Lawson Robb, Rigby & Rigby and Helen Green Design. Allect was named last year as London’s largest resi design practice, with recent wins including Berkeley Arcade Residences on Curzon Street and a property at No.1 Grosvenor Square. The firm now reports “a healthy order book of over £50m across 50 worldwide projects”.

The Group has this year turned over £3 billion and was recently featured in Prime Resi. Sir Peter Rigby, Chairman and Chief Executive commented, “This is another strong set of financial results for the Group, which underlines our growth strategy. Increases in revenue and profitability have been achieved at a time when we have also continued to invest in our services, infrastructure, and most crucial of all, our people ensuring we are in a position to meet our future group objectives.”

Read more on Prime Resi.