Bristol Offices & Serviced Office Space to Rent
Located in South-West England, Bristol is one of the UK’s most important cities linked to commerce and education. The electronics, aerospace and media industries are prominent in the area, in addition to retail and financial services companies located in office premises around the city. The city provides a choice of renovated office space in period buildings and converted warehouses mixed with modern office developments for businesses wanting to rent flexible and serviced office space in the area. [read more] [read less]
Contemporary office suites offered in popular commercial centre enjoying gardens, lakes and good transport links. The property features meeting rooms, showers, disabled facilities, and a business lounge.
Newly-refurbished property with easy rail station/motorway access provides two floors of serviced office spaces, inclusive of telephone/broadband rates, CAT6, parking, VoIP, a board room, entry phone and disabled facilities.
Self-contained offices are available on flexible, affordable terms at this modern business centre. The newly-refurbished workspaces enjoy raised floors, suspended ceilings, CAT6, air conditioning, breakout spaces and parking.
Unbranded, bright furnished offices provided in a modern Business Park offering 24/7 access, telecoms, IT support, breakout spaces, bike racks, free parking, disabled facilities and a lift.
Unfurnished, air-conditioned offices on flexible monthly terms in a contemporary commercial property with unlimited business broadband, phone line/ number, onsite gym, café, harbour views and staffed reception.
Bristol Office Guide
Bristol lies in South West England, bordering Somerset and Gloucestershire. Companies can choose from a wide mix of office premises to rent, whether they are looking for modern premises or period properties.
Bristol’s port handled much of England’s trade of wool, cloth, fish, grain, wine, tobacco, tropical fruit and slaves. Shipbuilding and manufacturing were key industries during the 15th and 16th centuries. As trading expanded in the 18th century, Bristol became a Triangular Trade centre, where plantation goods, such as sugar, tobacco, rum and rice, came from across the Atlantic.
Bristol suffered badly from bomb damage during World War II and was rebuilt in the 1960s and 1970s, featuring modern mid-century architecture and skyscrapers, as well as road improvements. The Georgian properties in Portland Square and Queen Square were restored. With the docks now downstream from the city centre, the old dock area, the Floating Harbour, has been redeveloped into a mix of housing and offices.
Today, Bristol’s economy is based around information technology, aerospace, defence and financial services. Whilst the importing of tobacco and manufacture of cigarettes has stopped, wine and spirits are still imported.
Office Buildings in Bristol
There are a wide variety of dedicated business centres in Bristol, a mix of 20th century and 21st century modern premises offering flexible office spaces, meetings rooms and conference facilities, and converted office space in period and listed buildings, located in and around Bristol to suit all budgets.
The city is connected to London and other major UK cities via the M5 and M4 motorways, Bristol Temple Meads and Bristol Parkway railway stations, as well as Bristol Airport. There are regular bus routes that serve the city and neighbouring areas. Excellent transport links are one of many reasons why companies choose Bristol to rent office space.
Bars, Shops and Restaurants
In addition to a wide range of office premises, Bristol is home to a plethora of shops of all varieties. The Bristol Shopping Quarter has many high street names and department stores, whilst Clifton Village has more luxury fashion boutiques. Stokes Croft and Gloucester Road is the place to go for vintage and retro shops, and the markets of Old City and Old Market has plenty of independent traders.
There is a wide range of cafes, bars, pubs and restaurants in Bristol offering a variety of cuisines including Tare, BOX-E, the Pipal Tree Restaurant, The Crepe & Coffee Café and The Lion pub