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
We would like to introduce you to our team! A brand new team within Stephen George + Partners who will be communicating current updates of key milestones observed from the building of our brand new self-designed
Designed by Stephen George International, the Fence House uses passive house principles and standards utilising local, recyclable materials.
The Fence House is due to start on site in May 2016.
Updates on this project will be available
What role will today’s school children and young adults play in improving the built environment of tomorrow? How do they perceive the environment around them and will they step up when it is their turn
Hardly a week goes by without political parties trying to score points over one another in their attempts to convince us that their plans will solve the education funding gap in England. Successive UK Governments
Why tackling industry and public perception will be the key to unlocking a mixed-use, multilayered future for logistics
James Nicholls of Stephen George + Partners recently took part in a Savills/CoStar roundtable debate alongside representatives from
In our recent Property Week article we argued that logistics should be treated as essential infrastructure in areas of urban expansion to meet the growth of online retail and consumer demand. Urban logistics, we argued,
Not too long ago, the idea of sleek modern offices or residential sitting above a logistics centre would have been unthinkable. But times are definitely a-changing. A shortage of available land, the demand for high-density