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EST. 1970

Founded in 1970, we are one of the UK’s leading architectural practices with offices in London, Leicester, Leeds and Solihull. In 2009 Stephen George International was formed with offices in Bulgaria and Oman. We are placed in the ‘Top 100’ practices by the Architects’ Journal and have been rated one of the ‘Top 100 companies to work for’ in The Sunday Times. Our diverse portfolio of successful projects in almost every sector of the construction industry and our strong client base are evidence of our ability to respond rapidly to client requirements, resolve complex site issues and produce innovative designs.

Rothley Grange, UK


6 offices on 2 continents

Our success in the UK has led to opportunities overseas, resulting in the establishment of Stephen George International in 2009 and the International Logistics Design Group in 2014. Today, we have six offices across two continents.

Oman Business Centre

GreenSpec PASS Assessment

20th March 2015

Stephen George & Partners have been working with the GreenSpec website as part of the new PASS assessment and endorsement system for sustainable building materials. GreenSpec is one of the UK’s foremost sources of information relating to sustainable design and the specification of environmentally friendly building materials. PASS evaluates and endorses building products, materials, equipment […]


BREEAM Success at Dunstable

1st March 2015

We are delighted to have been informed that the first unit at Prologis Park Dunstable has received an ‘Outstanding’ rating in accordance with BREEAM 2011 Industrial. The building, which was shortlisted for the BREEAM Awards 2015 in the Industrial category, is a 30,000 sqm speculatively-built distribution centre.  With a score of 92.1% we believe this […]


Skelmersdale, Northway Public Consultation

18th February 2015

The 100k sq ft development occupies an important site in the centre of this New Town from the late 60s. Linking the original shopping centre and a brand new college, the scheme attempts to provide a cohesive route using a new street and public spaces on the site of the old college. The team, which […]


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