And he’s off. On a sunny 1st September morning, Mark Smith started his epic 904-mile run from John O’Groats to Land’s End to raise £50,000 for Alex’s Wish, a charity set-up to eradicate Duchenne Muscular
Buses have never been the most romantic form of travel. We’re unlikely to see Michael Portillo’s Great Coach Journeys on our TV screens any time soon; nor did Agatha Christie pen Murder on the National
Could space be the place for the next industrial revolution? How manufacturing in space is now a serious long-term proposition and considers how architects might design off-world factories….
Whilst you’re reading these words, there’s a bright
Tackling the UK housing crisis has become a key theme of political discourse in recent months. The Chancellor’s autumn Budget announcement of £44bn capital funding to help build 300,000 homes annually by the mid-2020s is
Despite concerns of a Brexit-driven slowdown, UK manufacturing recorded its fastest growth in three years in April as a slowly recovering global economy and a weaker pound boosted order books. Positivity in the sector has
Stephen George + Partners recently organised and hosted a high-level industry leadership debate in Leicester to tackle some of the big questions currently facing education and the UK public estate.
Alongside senior figures from Stephen George