Property

Facelift approved for Bristol’s iconic Colston Tower

July 9, 2012
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Facelift approved for Bristol’s iconic Colston Tower

Bristol’s landmark Colston Tower office building has received planning consent for a full makeover which will include new shop frontages on Colston Avenue and sustainable timber paneling. The £250,000 improvements come a year after London-based firms Ellandi and Development Securities bought the 90,000 sq ft city centre building off...

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Bristol’s £20m hi-tech hospital project moves closer

July 9, 2012
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Bristol’s £20m hi-tech hospital project moves closer

A foundation stone has been unveiled at Chesterfield Hospital site in Clifton, marking a milestone in the £20m redevelopment project to create a state-of-the-art medical facility for Bristol. The outdated 1970s hospital on the site is being replaced by Nuffield Health in a scheme that includes the sympathetic restoration...

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Four new arrivals boost Colliers’ Bristol office

July 2, 2012
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Four new arrivals boost Colliers’ Bristol office

The specialist teams in international commercial property firm Colliers’ Bristol office have been strengthened by the arrival of four more surveyors. Sam Williams (development consulting) Jay Risdale (corporate restructuring) Gemma Daly (valuation) and Tom Watkins (industrial) join as the firm seeks to maintain the impetus of a restructuring in...

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Alder King secures North Bristol’s largest office letting for two years

June 29, 2012
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Independent business consultancy Jelf will move into Hillside Court, Bowling Hill in Chipping Sodbury, following one of the largest office lettings in North Bristol for the past two years. In a deal negotiated by Alder King and Burston Cook, Jelf has taken the whole of the recently refurbished 24,350...

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People: New team member for property agents Colliers’ development consulting arm

June 26, 2012
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People: New team member for property agents Colliers’ development consulting arm

Sam Williams has joined Colliers International’s development consulting team in Bristol straight from university and will be working alongside team head Chris Dawson, Louise Seaman and Nick More and town planning colleagues. Recent instructions for the team include local authority school development viability work in Wiltshire, advice on a...

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Bristol office opened by property consultants Sanderson Weatherall

June 21, 2012
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Property consultancy Sanderson Weatherall has opened an office in Bristol to cover the South West and South Wales. The King Street base, the firm’s sixth, will provide a wide range of property, construction and corporate recovery services.   Joining the Bristol office are new recruits Aaron Treliving, partner and...

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Property: Fifth new office tenant arrives at Bristol’s refurbed Tower House

June 20, 2012
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Newkey, a Devon firm supporting people with learning disabilities, is the latest business to take space in Bristol’s newly-refurbished Tower House office building. Agents Jones Lang LaSalle signed the deal with the Totnes company in double quick time – less than a month after the initial viewing. Newkey is...

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Property: Parking and Parkway Station give North Bristol office the edge

June 18, 2012
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A prime, refurbished office building in North Bristol has come onto the rental market, with agents Colliers International expecting considerable interest in it. Two-storey Avon House at Parkway North, Stoke Gifford, is a few minutes’ walk from Bristol Parkway Station and close to the M4 and M32. The building,...

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Commercial property insight on the menu at CBRE breakfast

June 15, 2012
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More than 150 business leaders will get an overview of the region’s commercial property market next Wednesday when CBRE holds its annual update breakfast. Five speakers from the property agents will each look at a different part of the market, with retail included for the first time to reflect...

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Rare chance to rent elegant office building in Bristol’s Queen Square

June 15, 2012
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A prestigious self-contained office building in Bristol’s historic Queen Square has come onto the market. No 3, a 2,148 sq ft, Grade II*-listed building, contains many original period features and has office accommodation from the ground floor to the third. It also boasts category five cabling and on-site parking....

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Expanding Poundworld opens Bradley Stoke outlet

June 13, 2012
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Single price retailer Poundworld will tomorrow open a store in Bradley Stoke, Bristol, creating 30 jobs. The outlet in Willow Brook Centre is the Yorkshire-based group’s 163rd since it started trading in 1997. The store promises a ‘value’ alternative to other high street retailers with more than 5,000 products...

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Fitting solar panels can give buildings a brighter future, landlords told

June 12, 2012
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It is now cheaper than ever for landlords to install electricity generating panels, despite recent changes to the Feed-in Tariff, according to research conducted by property agents DTZ. It shows a 50% fall in the price of solar photovoltaic installations (PV) in the past 12 to 15 months. Although...

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Town centre redevelopments hit by delays, research shows

June 12, 2012
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More than four in 10 town centre redevelopments in England and Wales are delayed, halted or permanently stalled, new research shows. At the same time a third of councils have no schemes planned at all. These initial findings emerge from a survey of local authorities by property adviser GVA....

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