The office market is quite consistent in Bristol and there are options available in a number of different office centers, depending on your needs.
Top priorities for clients are usually location, budget and the quality of the building.
Our specialist local consultant, James Bocking, recommends the area around Temple Meads train station for businesses looking to move to Bristol.
There are high quality options a short walk away in the town center, where you can find shops, food and bars.
Typical prices for executive suite spaces are around £300 - £400 per month per person, depending on location and amenities.
This can include Internet, meeting rooms, parking, kitchen facilities, lounge, AV equipment and reception services.
Four-person work spaces tend to be the most common requested office size in Bristol, driven by the abundance of start-ups in the creative and electronics fields.
Coworking options are also widely available.
Instant Offices offer a wide variety of office solutions across a range of sizes, and are able to accommodate most business inquiries, from one person to 100 or more, depending on requirements.
Five things you probably didn't know about Bristol:
- Bristol was the winner of the 2015 European Green Capital and is the only UK city to have scooped the award since its inception in 2010
- Ribena, the popular soft drink, was invented in Bristol at the National Fruit & Cider Institute in Long Ashton
- Bristol is home to the Bristol Pound, the most successful local currency in the UK. More than 700 businesses in the city accept the currency
- The city is located just 120 miles west of London
- Over a third of the UK-owned FTSE 100 companies have a strong office presence in Bristol and the surrounding area
Why choose Bristol?
Basing your company in Bristol will allow you access to the business market in the South West region of the UK, as it's the most populous city in this area.
Bristol also has good train links to London and The Midlands.
With a strong economy and a number of growing specialist sectors – as well as a vibrant cultural scene – Bristol is a great place to live and work.