The New Normal – Virtual Workspaces

Virtual Workspaces by William Gains Today, Bowman Riley hosted a meeting where our employees stood shoulder to shoulder, they talked freely, exchanged ideas and sketched at will.

The Future of Retail Post Lockdown

The future of retail post lockdown is unknown, but the reality is that the high street and shopping centres will soon be able to fully open their doors again.

Supporting Residential Developers in Changing Times

Tony Pleasants, director of our London office, considers the economic impact on residential developments in these uncertain times and explores how clients can be supported to achieve viable schemes.

Work begins on redevelopment of stand at Harrogate Town Football Stadium

Harrogate Town Football Club has moved forward in the construction work on their stadium as the club look to bring their ground up to Football League standard.

The New Normal Workplace

What does the new normal workplace look like for you? What will the new normal look like for people and how will the workplace landscape change? Interior Designers Tom Shelley and Laura Baarda have been discussing the prospect of returning to the workplace with Ultimate’s joints owners Mark Hickey and Mark Naisbitt.

Supporting Yorkshire Scrubs – Let’s Sew for Yorkshire

Bowman Riley and the team are proud to be supporting a great cause local to our head office called “Yorkshire Scrubs”.

Green Shoots

In a bid to find a silver lining to our current circumstances, April Marsden, Associate Architect, looks at how our greatly reduced activity is supporting improvements to our local and global environments.

Monday Motivation: seven simple ways to jazz up your home office

In her latest blog, Interior Designer Laura Baarda gives you seven easy ways to inject some energy into your home office while you are working from home.

Major Win for our London Team

Our London team’s portfolio has been boosted by a major new project win at Acton Gardens in West London for Countryside Developments.

First electrically-powered restaurant boat on the canals of Great Britain gets go-ahead

On Monday 16th March 2020 planning permission was granted for the Graceful Swan, a 60-seater electric-powered restaurant boat, to cruise along the Leeds Liverpool canal around Skipton.