Property

Trio of new joiners boost CBRE’s property management team in Bristol

December 3, 2019
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CBRE

CBRE, the international real estate advisor, has boosted the property management team in its Bristol office with three appointments as it continues to expand its offering in the region. Emily Clarke, pictured right, takes on the role of associate director, while Hannah Marshall, pictured below left, and Daphne Luke,...

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New arrivals strengthen Avison Young’s Bristol office as GVA merger beds in

December 2, 2019
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New arrivals strengthen Avison Young’s Bristol office as GVA merger beds in

Global real estate firm Avison Young has appointed nine new recruits to its Bristol office as part of a drive for business growth following its merger with GVA earlier this year. The new joiners are spread across the firm’s multi-discipline teams. Nicole Kruger is now a member of Avison...

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Trio of new occupiers give vote of confidence to transformed city centre office building

November 28, 2019
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Trio of new occupiers give vote of confidence to transformed city centre office building

A refurbished city centre office building is almost full after attracting three new occupiers in the past two months. Vintry Building, a 30,000 sq ft 1950s art deco building on Wine Street, was transformed three years ago with a new reception area, new cycle stores and showers as well...

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New director joins Lambert Smith Hampton’s valuation division in Bristol

November 27, 2019
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New director joins Lambert Smith Hampton’s valuation division in Bristol

National commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has appointed a new Bristol-based director to its growing valuation division. Jonathan Barnett, pictured, has joined LSH from the Bristol office of Christie + Co, the national firm of valuers, where he spent more than 15 years.  He has a particular...

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YTL submits Bristol Arena plan with promise to develop ‘year-round entertainment venue’

November 22, 2019
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YTL submits Bristol Arena plan with promise to develop ‘year-round entertainment venue’

YTL, the Malaysian industrial conglomerate, has vowed that its Bristol Arena scheme will give the city a “365-day entertainment destination” as it submitted the much-delayed project for planning permission. The firm, which owns Filton Airfield – where it is developing a major new housing and employment scheme – said...

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Fun and games as creative agency Diva moves into new studio space

November 22, 2019
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Fun and games as creative agency Diva moves into new studio space

Bristol creative agency and video games marketing specialist Diva has opened a new studio space in central Bristol after outgrowing its Queen Square head office. The 4,000 sq ft of loft-style workspace on St Thomas Lane, Redcliffe, will provide additional capacity for its fast-growing creative and client services teams.  Diva, which...

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Bristol businesses urged to plant a tree per employee to help city fight climate change

November 20, 2019
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Bristol businesses urged to plant a tree per employee to help city fight climate change

A campaign has been launched to encourage Bristol businesses to plant a tree for each member of their staff, linking to a wider ambition to double the city’s tree cover as a way of tackling air pollution and fighting climate change. If all businesses in the city took part...

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All change at Bristol’s Engine Shed as new head prepares to take up reins

November 20, 2019
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engineshed

Bristol innovation hub Engine Shed has appointed Marty Reid as its new head, replacing Nick Sturge, who has led it since its launch six years ago. Marty, pictured, joins from Future Space, the innovation centre on UWE’s Frenchay Campus which is home to 50 science and technology businesses.  As...

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Developer promises best-in-class workspace to help solve city’s prime office shortage

November 15, 2019
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Developer promises best-in-class workspace to help solve city’s prime office shortage

The team behind one of Bristol’s largest office developments for a quarter of a century have said they believe there will be huge demand for space in the new building. As reported by Bristol Business News last week, London-based global office investor Tristan Capital has bought the 1.3-acre, 4...

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Construction challenges earn Bristol’s Being Brunel museum major building industry award

November 15, 2019
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Construction challenges earn Bristol’s Being Brunel museum major building industry award

Being Brunel, the museum alongside Bristol’s SS Great Britain, has been named ‘Best Public Service Building’ in one of the UK building industry’s most prestigious award schemes. The £7.2m museum, pictured, the world’s only public collection dedicated to the exploring the life and legacy of the engineering genius Isambard...

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New senior management team ready to build for future at historic planning consultancy

November 15, 2019
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ETP

One of Bristol’s most historic independent property consultancies has a new senior management team following the departure of its long-serving owner. Julian Bladen has left the Clifton-based firm after 22-and-a-half years to form Bladen Commercial Property Consultants, focusing on agency work in the South Wales and South West from...

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Event: Growing Your Business on Solid Foundations

November 8, 2019
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Event: Growing Your Business on Solid Foundations

Bristol law firm Gregg Latchams’ In-House Lawyer service and Bristol Business News have teamed up to host a seminar aimed at helping fledgling businesses achieve sustainable growth. Called Growing Your Business on Solid Foundations, it will discuss topics surrounding business growth, the risks companies face when scaling-up and the...

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City centre office rents hit record high on lack of quality space – but more new buildings are planned

November 8, 2019
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City centre office rents hit record high on lack of quality space – but more new buildings are planned

The ongoing shortage of prime office space available for occupation in Bristol city centre has resulted in a new record rent. The deal on the office in Queen Square – details of which are still under wraps – has recently been completed and so is not included in the...

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