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DMU Prepares New Course


24th December 2014

Stephen George & Partners’ Leicester office has a long-running relationship with De Montfort University. Our involvement includes the employment support of students, external examiner roles, guest lecturing and part-time teaching staff. With this established local connection, we have given support to a new course, which is designed to help students develop the skills they require […]

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Prologis is developing a 420,000 sqft rail-connected distribution centre for Eddie Stobart on the final plot at DIRFT II. Construction work is finally underway and is being delivered by the Leicester office working closely with Soihull for Volker Fitzpatrick. The new building has been designed to target a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ accreditation and an EPC ‘A’ […]

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Appointment of a New Director


15th December 2014

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Richard Smyth as a Director in our Solihull Office as part of plans to grow the business in the West Midlands. Working directly with client Prologis UK Ltd and SGP’s other West Midlands team members, he will be working on some of the biggest logistics projects in […]

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Affordable Homes Ready for Residents


More than 100 new homes in Northampton
10th December 2014

A multi-million-pound affordable housing development, which is one of the first to be built through a new government scheme, has been completed on time in Northampton. Booth Park has been developed as a partnership between Orbit Homes and Northampton Borough Council. William Davis worked with award-winning architects Stephen George & Partners to deliver the £12 […]

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We’re growing all of our social media channels and while Pinterest is our platform for project galleries, our Google+ page is great for sharing links to news stories and other updates. Take a look!

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CIAT Membership for Nastja


20th October 2014

Leeds’ latest recruit at Stephen George & Partners has been admitted as an Associate Member of Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) and celebrates with ‘the boys’. As well as being presented with a fabulous certificate, Nastja Sokroviscuka will enjoy the mentorship capabilities that the finest architects and technologists on the third floor of 33 […]

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Cummins Relay Challenge


15th October 2014

SGP show their support to help raise money for LOROS. Two teams from Stephen George & Partners donned their trainers for the Cummins Relay Challenge to help raise over £5,000 for the local charity. Donations from the relay, which is organised by Cummins Solicitors, will go towards compassionate care to over 2,500 terminally ill patients, […]

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Pedalling for Prologis 100


Stephen George & Partners join Prologis in their Challenge for charity.
15th October 2014

On Thursday 4 September Andrew Langton and Thomas Morgan took part in the Prologis Cycle Challenge across the UK, covering 100 km across the picturesque Costwolds ending at the Farncombe Estate, Broadway. Despite being seasoned cyclists, the challenge could not be underestimated, but certainly worth it as the team helped to raise money for a […]

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A new commercial development designed by Stephen George & Partners will start on site in October. The £5.5 million scheme on Leicester Road in Rugby has recently been granted Reserved Matters Planning Approval. The development consists of non-food retail space and has 270 car parking spaces, and is easily accessed from adjacent bus and cycle […]

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SGP Share Top Tips with Architects Journal


The AJ Roundtable is an opportunity for industry experts to share their thoughts on a given topic.
12th August 2014

In July 2014, Chris Halligan was invited to talk about specifying sustainable materials. As well as representatives from the Architects Journal, Chris was joined by members of the concrete industry, Forticrete as well as other Architects and consultants. Chris raised insightful points including the current lack of statutory legislation regarding sustainable materials and the importance […]

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