Funds raised will be used to bankroll strategic plans for organic growth and acquisitions at the £150m revenue business.
Founded in 1924, Marley is the largest manufacturer of roofing tiles in Britain, with an estimated market share of approximately 21%.
As well as its main clay and concrete roof tile range it supplies timber battens, roofing accessories and roof-integrated solar PV panels, following the recent acquisition of Viridian Solar.
In addition, Marley operates a contracting division in Scotland, primarily offering roofing and main contracting services.
David Speakman, chief executive of Marley, said: “Our business combines the most comprehensive pitched roofing system available and well-invested, freehold production sites across the country which can provide significant additional capacity as needed.
“This, combined with a number of positive market dynamics, gives us the confidence to pursue our growth agenda and we see multiple opportunities for both organic and inorganic expansion.
He added: “Marley is further differentiated by our long and successful track record in sustainability and a clear roadmap to expand our ESG credentials.
“These credentials are strengthened by plans to expand our solar offering to deliver a range of smart energy solutions to homebuilders, social housing providers and homeowners.
“This means Marley is well-positioned to play an increasingly important role in helping deliver homes that meet the UK’s green agenda.”
Further details of the IPO plans will be released next week.