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We are delighted to announce that our new Leicester Office building has reached practical completion and we now occupy 2a Waterfront House. Designed and delivered by us, the new office showcases our capabilities in design and sustainability to create a light and vibrant new workspace for our employees. We feel privileged that we, as architects, […]

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Stephen George + Partners has recently completed a £7.7million, 5894.9m2 new build warehouse, factory and office building on a vacant 4.5-acre plot at the Watermead Business Park, Syston, near Leicester. The purpose-built facility, for Albert Browne, a wholly owned subsidiary of US-based STERIS Corporation, will showcase the company’s product quality and high level of quality assurance […]

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Stephen George + Partners (SGP) are delighted to have been selected to deliver a 104,873 sqft fully automated warehouse facility for Britvic plc, within their current site on Aventine Way in Rugby. SGP has delivered the fully automated high bay warehouse including ancillary offices, gatehouse and associated access, car parking and landscaping. The 35m tall warehouse […]

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Stephen George + Partners LLP has achieved practical completion of Number One Tiger Moth Road, a 1,790m2 speculative Grade A office building and the first phase of the £210m Exeter Skypark development. Working with client St. Modwen, Stephen George + Partners (SGP) has created three storeys of energy efficient office space, designed to be divided […]

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Urban renewal begins at the bus stop


Photo credit: iStock.com/Kanmu
29th May 2018

Alistair Branch, Director at Stephen George + Partners, recently gave his views on how the regeneration of ‘depressing’ bus stations can have a knock-on effect on the community. Alistair’s thought-provoking piece looks at ways in which modernising bus stations and gateways can be the key to boosting economic & social regeneration in urban areas – […]

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Stephen George + Partners is pleased to announce that it will be taking part in an exhibition to celebrate the work of architects and the wealth of design talent in Leeds this spring. Organised by Leeds Society of Architects (LSA) and RIBA Yorkshire, the exhibition will occupy two retail units inside the 2017 RIBA National Award-winning Victoria Leeds Arcade. One […]

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Planning permission has been approved for the £8 million Metro Maintenance and Renewals Skills Centre in South Shields. This pivotal regeneration project, by Passenger Transport Executive Nexus, is a flagship development, promising to bring skills and new employment into the region. Working with contractor Galliford Try Infrastructure, SGP developed a 33,500 sqft single building option […]

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Fatbergs, those slimy lumps of coagulated grease blocking our urban wastewater networks, could soon be consigned to the sewers of history thanks to a fat-blasting robot ‘duck’ devised by a team of inspiring North Yorkshire school students. The team from Skipton Girls’ High School are now taking their innovative robot idea to the national finals […]

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Pillar of the community: Architect builds future with new kids on the block


Photography courtesy of The Heaven Company London Ltd
2nd February 2018

Stephen George + Partners has successfully launched a trailblazing course to get schoolchildren excited by the built environment and thinking about architecture as a career. The course – ‘Architecture and Sustainability – looking to the future’ – rose out of the practice’s long commitment to sustainability, social values, and community engagement. A major first for […]

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Stephen George + Partners backs future growth with senior management promotions


Image from left to right: James Nicholls, Michael Barker, Ian Yallop and Justine Chamberlain
11th January 2018

We are delighted to announce a series of internal promotions to our senior management team, with effect from 1st January 2018. Current Managing Partner Michael Barker will take up a new role as Senior Partner and will be actively involved in developing our London office. James Nicholls will replace him as Managing Partner, focusing on day-to-day management […]

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