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A collection of interviews with the people that use our projects every day.
Life at Stride Treglown
Stories from the people that shape our everyday.
Our latest podcast
Talking Spaces: Aylesbury Vale Crematorium
Thoughts & Opinions
We proudly supported the LandAid QuaranTEN
Across the property industry, 760 people took part, raising over £100,000 to help #EndYouthHomelessness.
Our biased guide to eating out in Cornwall
"Nothing - not a conversation, not a handshake or even a hug - establishes friendship so forcefully as eating together." Jonathan Safran Foer
Laurence Reilly joins us as Head of Design Management
Here we explain his plans for gearing our offer more closely to the needs of contractors.
Key appointments for our Bristol, Cardiff and Truro offices
We're making positive plans for new ways of working.
With working life all at sea, what does the future hold?
After the COVID-19 storm, Toni Riddiford and Glynn White contemplate a fog of uncertainty.
Sarah Jenkinson joins UKGBC Defining Social Value Task Group
Helping the industry to understand the value that high quality, sustainable development brings to communities.
A journey of discovery through South-East Asia
Read about the trip that transformed Seya Tansill's world view and deepened her commitment to sustainability and DfMA.
Can a COVID-19 secure hotel stay feel special?
Associate Architect, Nik Hoggarth thinks so. Follow his nine steps to a socially distanced 5-star guest experience.
Paintworks: A community unbranded
Hear from a remarkable Bristol community going the extra mile to create moments of joy during lockdown.
Cora Kwiatkowski is Bristol’s first accredited RIBA Client Adviser
Cora is able to offer specialist, experienced advice that puts clients in control of their construction projects.
Podcast: Opportunity knocks, but who’ll answer?
Out of the crisis can come truly sustainable placemaking. So what can, and should, happen next?
From adversity comes opportunity: Business Development in lockdown
The strength of our relationships is what will get us through says Rachel Bell.
Why we all need space to grow
Head of Sustainability, Rob Delius says it's time to do more to tackle 'space inequality' and here are the reasons why.
What will our high streets mean to us on the other side?
From Kung Fu to fish and chips, and a church to a prison. What can we learn from the "Glorious Gloucester Road"?
Class conflict is holding our high streets back
SA1 Waterfront Innovation Quarter wins RICS Social Value award
The project was selected for its positive and transformational contribution to society.