Several recent articles in mainstream and trade media have discussed how the use of online engagement is offering new ways of viewing and buying residential – and potentially other - properties during the coronavirus pandemic
In recent years, the UK had, in common with offices worldwide, seen a shift to flexible office environments. These were spaces that encouraged interaction and collaboration, together with sharing of spaces and facilities to maximise
Working from home is not a new concept. I’m reliably informed it was common in Medieval times. More recent advancements in technology and changes in workplace culture have increased our ability and opportunity to do
Michael Barker, member of the Built Environment Leaders Group, attended the final get together for 2019 at the House of Lords which was hosted by Lord Kerslake.
The Leaders Group was formed to allow main board
Held on Thursday 21 November, SGP’s inaugural Autumn Conference was hailed as a success by organisers and attendees alike. The more interactive format of smaller groups worked well in a day full of content, mixing
The UK is currently moving through the largest period of urbanisation in its history, a trend echoed worldwide with WHO estimates suggesting that 70 percent of the world’s population will be living in cities by
This year, I am taking part in Variety’s Strictly Ballroom competition in Leeds. Yes, really!
Variety, the Children’s Charity is an events-led organisation, supporting sick, disabled and underprivileged children across the country.
SGP has sponsored the annual
In April SGP’s own RIBA Architecture Ambassadors, Nita and Fiona, gave Year 5 children at Sparkenhoe Community Primary School in Leicester a hands on taster of architecture design. In a workshop focusing on “the space around us”, teams of