We have four firmly established B2B publications within the education, healthcare, leisure and play and sports markets. We pride ourselves on the fact our magazines are all editorially led, focusing on the design and development of each sector and giving our readers the most up-to-date project news and case studies along with innovative products and services. Please see below for an overview of each publication:
education design & build magazine (edb)
edb is firmly established as the number one journal for key stakeholders involved in the design and development of school, college and university buildings. Published bi-monthly, the magazine offers an authoritative blend of news, views and analysis on the fast changing education sector as it embarks on a major reform programme.
Editorial encompasses both the internal and external environment, providing a valuable insight into design and specification. Every issue is packed with dozens of case studies showing the best ideas in design and most innovative use of materials and technology across all types of educational building.
edb magazine comes in a digital e-zine version which presents the current issue in an easy-to-use click-through format. This is a free service with interactive links to websites, email addresses and video clips.
healthcare design & management magazine (hdm)
hdm is the exciting magazine, published bi-monthly, for professionals involved in the planning, design, construction and management of healthcare buildings. Against a backdrop of new operating frameworks and changing models of care, hdm focuses on the latest new build and redevelopment schemes – highlighting the best design ideas along with news, views and in-depth analysis of healthcare funding and strategy.
hdm magazine comes in a digital e-zine version which presents the current issue in an easy-to-use click-through format. This is a free service with interactive links to websites, email addresses and video clips.
leisure design & build magazine (ldb)
leisure design & build is the magazine for key stakeholders, specifiers and decision makers involved in the planning, design and construction of all commercial leisure buildings. Published six times a year, each issue is packed with topical case studies and comment on key areas of design as well as the most innovative use of materials and technology across all types of commercial leisure schemes.
Covering the many sectors of the leisure industry, regular themes include hotels, spas, leisure centres, sports and stadia, mixed use schemes, swimming pools, heritage, museums and attractions. We cover both the internal and external environment, providing a valuable insight into design and specification.
ldb magazine comes in a digital e-zine version which presents the current issue in an easy-to-use click-through format. This is a free service with interactive links to websites, email addresses and video clips.
The New Physical Activity Facilities Magazine
The sea change that is needed to tackle inactivity in both adults and children through regular exercise means that the leisure, sports and play sector is undergoing an unprecedented transformation. With this come challenges in innovation, design, development, delivery, engagement and funding of this new ‘physical landscape’. To meet this need Stable Publishing’s new Physical Activity Facilities magazine reflects this shift and the much broader scope of the sector.
The government’s new sports strategy, published last December, takes a new, broader approach removing the distinction between sport and physical activity for the first time, and setting aside specific funding to tackle inactivity. Physical Activity Facilities magazine will address the increasing importance of physical activity and facilities and the editorial scope embraces all forms of physical activity, in the public, private and education sectors.
Physical Activity Facilities magazine covers the design, build and management of play, sports, fitness, recreation and leisure facilities across the UK. Published four times a year, it will feature a mix of news, trends, developments overseas, interviews, case studies and comment covering all aspects of physical activity.