With Government support – such as Homes England’s £11.5 billion Accelerated Construction Fund – and the growing interest from large scale developers – as seen with the Legal & General Modular Homes vehicle – the
Muhammad Khan, SGP’s London Studio Director, talks about the need to feel comfortable having the awkward conversations about diversity and inclusion in a profession that has the reputation of being dominated by white, middle-class, middle-aged
Steve Batson, Studio Director at SGP’s Leeds office, introduces Smile Homes®, a new concept in person-centred homes for people with complex needs.
It began with an idea that resonated; resonated with me, the healthcare team,
Simon Matthews, a member of the Social Responsibility group at Stephen George + Partners (SGP), shares his thoughts on starting along the road to sustainability.
SGP are committed to sustainability in all that we do; easy
In a two-part study of flexibility in the logistics sector, James Nicholls explores how property can best respond to some of the new and emerging technologies that are progressively being integrated into all operations of
As the last 12 months have proved, the ability to operate flexibly has become a necessity for the success and survival of many businesses. In this two-part study, Managing Partner of SGP, James Nicholls, looks
Recent research commissioned by Häfele UK has revealed that after almost a year of working from home on makeshift surfaces, 40% of the UK’s workforce are planning to create a dedicated office space in their
Muhammad Khan, SGP’s London Studio Director, voices his thoughts on creating a level playing field for all non-UK architects wanting to work in the country.
When I was asked to be part of the London session
Some 4.8% of the total UK workforce was employed throughout the logistics sector in 2019 according to ONS data. However, lockdown measures introduced to combat the coronavirus pandemic has seen a hiring surge in transportation
Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, the importance of an efficient logistics network has been brought into stark relief. Delivery drivers have been classed as ‘key workers’, charged with keeping the country running, ensuring the NHS receives