We are looking for motivated and ambitious Part II assistant architects to join our friendly team in Shoreditch immediately. If you are a practical problem solver, pay attention to detail and have a strong aptitude for design and technical aspects of architecture, read on for more information about the role... read more →
Our priority remains keeping our staff and their families safe. Thanks to their commitment, technology (and occasional improvisation), the SRP team is going from strength to strength working from home and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.
SRP staff are all fully set up and working from our new network of offices (kitchens, spare rooms, sheds & gardens) in SE, SW and N London, Colchester and Glasgow. Reach us as normal by phone or email.
Next year Santa plans to break his journey with a stopover... Wishing you a very happy festive season and a joyful 2020. Please note our office will be closed from Monday 23rd December 2019 through to Friday 3rd January 2020 (inclusive).
Built with student well-being in mind and with a nod to the area’s industrial past, our 520 room student accommodation in the historic Gun Quarter of Birmingham opened for its first intake of students in September 2019. The scheme was acquired by the client with planning and our brief was... read more →
Last month the AJ launched a new campaign (RetroFirst) which champions reuse in the built environment and calls for action to promote retrofitting existing buildings over demolition and rebuild. Specific demands include cutting VAT on refurbishment, changing planning policy and approaches to the procurement of publicly funded projects. Given our international commitments... read more →
Our student accommodation in Birmingham has been handed over and Nido Student are welcoming students ready to start the new academic year.
We were full of ideas for this initiative which could apply equally to ALL our cities: Improving the public realm, planting upwards to improve air quality, prioritising people over traffic, making riversides accessible, linking bike routes, replacing lost public services in abandoned buildings and supporting the Pub as part of... read more →
Powering his way to 21st place in a field of 150, Ed completed his 68mile long charity bike ride in aid of Action Medical Research last Saturday. Well done Ed!
SRP celebrated our summer party in Cambridge this year. We enjoyed experiencing some great architecture, had a fantastic lunch and enjoyed some fizz fuelled punting before making our way back home. We were collectively impressed by the joined up thinking around the Eddington Masterplan and particularly impressed with the Storey’s... read more →