Property

Alder King continues to build up its planning team with trio of senior appointments

May 6, 2021
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Bristol-headquartered regional property consultancy Alder King  has made a series of senior appointments in its planning team as part of a programme of targeted investment. Sarah Hawkins, Gary Morris and Tristan Hutton have all joined the practice as partners, with Sarah assuming the role of head of planning.  The...

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Former IoD Bristol chair Lhosa Daly among three new Western Gateway board members

May 5, 2021
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Former IoD Bristol chair Lhosa Daly among three new Western Gateway board members

The Western Gateway, the cross-border economic partnership of eight cities either side of the River Severn including Bristol, has appointed former Institute of Directors Bristol chair Lhosa Daly to its board. Lhosa, pictured, who has also been chair of Bristol art gallery Arnolfini, is one of three new board...

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Bristol office market buoyed by return to work and clutch of new schemes coming on stream

April 30, 2021
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Bristol office market buoyed by return to work and clutch of new schemes coming on stream

Bristol’s office market is continuing to shrug off the impact of the pandemic with a number of new much-needed schemes about to get underway, deals taking place for existing buildings and a healthy pipeline of activity, according to property agents. They say Bristol, which performed better than any other...

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Pair of Bristol law firms to advise police and councils after gaining places on new national framework

April 29, 2021
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Pair of Bristol law firms to advise police and councils after gaining places on new national framework

Two Bristol law firms are among eight to be awarded roles on a national legal framework used by all police forces and local authorities in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Bristol-headquartered national firm TLT has expanded its role on the four-lot National Legal Services Framework while Michelmores, which has...

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Marked turnaround in optimism among the region’s small business as lockdown eases

April 28, 2021
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Marked turnaround in optimism among the region’s small business as lockdown eases

Small business confidence has staged a dramatic recovery in the South West, according to the results of a new survey, as firms look head to life after lockdown. The latest quarterly survey by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), conducted among its members last month, reveals levels of optimism...

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Bristol Business Blog: Helen Bassett and Mo Salim, Smith & Williamson. Will RPA change the future of outsourcing?

April 26, 2021
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Being tied down with day-to-day administration can be frustrating, particularly when you would rather be developing your business. Whether you are a busy finance director or an entrepreneur growing a business, keeping your accounting and compliance requirements on track is essential to your success. Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) can...

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Housing allocation on historic site increased by half again as developer bows to council pressure

April 23, 2021
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Housing allocation on historic site increased by half again as developer bows to council pressure

The developer aiming to transform Bristol’s landmark former Gardiner Haskins department store has scrapped plans for an aparthotel on  the site in favour of increasing the number of homes by nearly 50%. The decision by First Base follows rejection of the scheme by the city council’s Development Control Committee...

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New flagship branch planned by Travis Perkins after it snaps up St Philips commercial vehicle site

April 23, 2021
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New flagship branch planned by Travis Perkins after it snaps up St Philips commercial vehicle site

Travis Perkins, the UK’s largest builders’ merchant, is to extend its branch network in Bristol following the acquisition of a site in St Philips. The former Motus Group UK base on Days Road, pictured, is to be redeveloped as a new state-of-the-art flagship branch.  Travis Perkins, which was advised...

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Bristol Business Manifesto calls on next mayor to tackle city’s ‘deep inequalities’

April 23, 2021
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Bristol Business Manifesto calls on next mayor to tackle city’s ‘deep inequalities’

Candidates standing to be the next Mayor of Bristol have been issued with a ‘business challenge’ to ensure the voice of local firms remain central to the election campaign. Bristol Chamber of Commerce & Initiative at Business West has produced the manifesto for the contenders in the race for...

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Register now for Bristol Business News’ free webinar: A Brave New World

April 23, 2021
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Register now for Bristol Business News’ free webinar: A Brave New World

Time is running out to register for Bristol Business News’ exclusive webinar aimed at helping business owners and leaders thrive during these uncertain time. Staged with business development and growth consultants Tinderbox , Brave New World – Leading Through Uncertainty will be a one-hour interactive and thought-provoking presentation. It takes place next...

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Hartnell Taylor Cook looks to its upcoming head office move as exciting new era for the firm

April 23, 2021
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Commercial property consultancy Hartnell Taylor Cook is to relocate its Bristol head office in a move that it says will usher in its next phase of development. The firm, one of the mainstays of Bristol’s commercial property market since it was founded in 1922, will move from its current...

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Digital campaigns help build turnover at Bristol property lettings group

April 23, 2021
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Digital campaigns help build turnover at Bristol property lettings group

Bristol property sales and lettings agency Hopewell has doubled its turnover in two years after teaming up with city-based digital marketing firm Superb Digital to produce highly effective online campaigns. Hopewell, founded in 2014 by Maxwell Hope and Adam Kershaw, has also opened an office in Clifton Village alongside...

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Architecture Centre launches £25k appeal to develop its base into new hub for design and innovation

April 22, 2021
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Architecture Centre launches £25k appeal to develop its base into new hub for design and innovation

Bristol’s Architecture Centre is celebrating its 25th anniversary by unveiling ambitious plans to transform its Harbourside base into a vibrant home for design and placemaking. The new café and cultural and education space will bring new life to the venue this summer, opening up its doors to debate the...

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