Property

Graduate surveyor appointment boosts Knight Frank’s Bristol office

January 14, 2020
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Graduate surveyor appointment boosts Knight Frank’s Bristol office

Global property consultancy Knight Frank has recruited Lewys Charles as a graduate surveyor to further strengthen its Bristol commercial property team. Lewys, pictured, gained a degree in Geography from Cardiff University and a Master’s in Real Estate from UWE.  Over the next two years he will study for his...

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Bristol office relocation for Bishop Fleming gives it prime space to grow further

January 10, 2020
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Bristol office relocation for Bishop Fleming gives it prime space to grow further

Regional accountancy group Bishop Fleming has become the latest professional services firm to announce it is relocating its Bristol base to one of the city’s flagship office schemes. The firm is to move from Queen Square to take 13,000 sq ft in 10 Templeback, pictured, including the whole top...

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Business and cultural ties to be celebrated at Bristol’s Chinese New Year banquet

January 8, 2020
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Leading figures from Bristol’s business community will gather next month for the city’s annual banquet to mark the Chinese New Year. Organised by the Bristol and West of England China Bureau, the high-profile event not only celebrates the most important date in the Chinese calendar but acts as a...

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Road trips to and from Bristol Airport now being offset in drive to be carbon neutral by 2025

January 8, 2020
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Road trips to and from Bristol Airport now being offset in drive to be carbon neutral by 2025

Bristol Airport has become the first in Europe to offset all road journeys made by its passengers. The carbon offsetting scheme, which came into effect on New Year’s Day and covers trips to and from the airport, forms part of its ‘carbon roadmap’ published last year. Offsets will be...

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Promotion strengthens Turley’s Bristol-based design team

January 7, 2020
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Promotion strengthens Turley’s Bristol-based design team

National planning and development consultancy Turley has promoted Sarah Morgan to associate director in its Bristol office. In her new role Sarah, pictured, will continue to focus on masterplanning for both mixed-use and residential sites, including strategic and regeneration opportunities.  As a member of the design team, she has...

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Record turnover spurs on Bristol fit-out group Mobius to aim for further growth

January 3, 2020
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Record turnover spurs on Bristol fit-out group Mobius to aim for further growth

Bristol integrated services contractor Mobius Works is targeting an annual turnover of £10m – up from £4.8m last year – as it continues to go from strength to strength. The Warmley-based firm is behind the design and fit-out of many of the shipping containers in Bristol’s innovative Cargo development at Wapping Wharf as well as high-profile...

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Self-made Bristol businessman’s legacy to fund university’s new campus lecture theatres

December 20, 2019
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Self-made Bristol businessman’s legacy to fund university’s new campus lecture theatres

£3.5m donation from a trust set up by a successful businessman who left school at 14 is to help the University of Bristol create state-of-the art lecture theatres for future generations of innovators. The Bill Brown 1989 Charitable Trust made the donation to the university ahead of the development...

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Pioneering contactless donation system taps into Bristol businesses’ concern for city’s homeless

December 20, 2019
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Pioneering contactless donation system taps into Bristol businesses’ concern for city’s homeless

Dozens of Bristol businesses are backing the UK’s first contactless donation system that supports homeless people, making it the country’s fastest-growing project of its kind. TAP for Bristol now has 20 donation points around the city centre raising £150 a day. The money raised goes towards homelessness prevention services as...

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Showpiece heritage building to be converted back to residential use as luxury apartments

December 19, 2019
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Showpiece heritage building to be converted back to residential use as luxury apartments

Work to transform a Victorian villa back to its original residential with six luxury apartments is due to start next month following the project receiving planning consent. 12 Clifton Park, pictured, was built as a single dwelling in 1850 but adapted soon after for Badminton School. At the end...

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Osborne Clarke ‘weighs up Bristol office relocation’ as work starts on new showpiece development

December 13, 2019
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Osborne Clarke ‘weighs up Bristol office relocation’ as work starts on new showpiece development

International law firm Osborne Clarke has been linked with a possible move from its Bristol office, where it employs more than 600 people, to a flagship new development in the city. Construction work has recently started on Halo, pictured right, a speculative 116,000 sq ft office scheme on the...

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£11m investment helps build Bristol construction equipment group into international brand

December 11, 2019
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£11m investment helps build Bristol construction equipment group into international brand

Another growth phase is on the cards at Bristol-based Molson Group, the UK’s largest independent distributor of capital equipment to the construction and waste management sectors, after it secured a further £11m investment. In a deal put together in Bristol by city-based advisers, Molson received the funding from the...

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Strength of South West market prompts property investment company to open Bristol office

December 11, 2019
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Strength of South West market prompts property investment company to open Bristol office

Commercial property and investment company LCP has opened a Bristol office as it looks to continue to grow across the South West. The office in Berkeley Square, Clifton, will be led by Adam Martin, pictured, who joins LCP as an associate director from Knight Frank, where he was head...

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Strong appetite for growth at Pieminister as it looks to open four more restaurants next year

December 4, 2019
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Strong appetite for growth at Pieminister as it looks to open four more restaurants next year

Pieminister, the iconic Bristol-based specialist pie maker, is to grow its restaurant chain further next year with plans to open four more outlets. The group, launched with a single restaurant in Stokes Croft in 2003, has recently opened its 16th – in Exeter – and has also exchanged contracts...

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