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Seven innovative tech ideas to boost your sports development project

Seven innovative tech ideas to boost your sports development project

26th May 2020

  Here’s some more detail on STRI Group’s range of innovative design and data services. If you want to find out how we can help…

Get a free STRI’s Spring 2020 Bulletin

Get a free STRI’s Spring 2020 Bulletin

19th May 2020

The STRI Bulletin – Spring 2020 edition is now available to everyone for free in a digital format.   The Bulletin is very easy to…

Top tips to advance development projects in lockdown

Top tips to advance development projects in lockdown

7th May 2020

STRI’s head of planning and environment, James Podesta, gives his top tips on how to advance your development plans during the Covid-19 lockdown.    …

Research initiative offers insight into turf management under lockdown

Research initiative offers insight into turf management under lockdown

17th April 2020

A new research project is set to provide vital answers to the pressing questions of ‘Managing turf under lockdown.’ Crucially, the results will be reported…

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