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This inspiring workspace is at the heart of vibrant Bristol, where technology meets art. Sited next to Cabot Circus, on the bustling Northern side of the City, the building offers a picture-friendly style, with a modern take that is both ethical and sustainable by design. Offering private offices for up to 150 employees, part-time offices, dedicated desks, day passes and meeting rooms, this location has a product to suit every business type and offers an environment worth leaving the home for. With a focus on social cohesion and interaction, the location offers over 2,000 sq ft of breakout space, with hosted events and a real community feel. Occupiers have access to the onsite café, showers, changing rooms, ample bike storage and green outside spaces in the summer months.
LOCATION FEATURES• 12-minute walk to Temple Meads station. • Next to Cabot Circus and close to the culture-rich Old City, with its modern eateries, craft beer bars and indie shops.• Proximity to the M4 and M5 means that Bristol is easily accessible from all corners of the country. • University of Bristol and the University of the West of England means a rich talent pool for recruitment and innovation.• Strong green credentials, as the UK’s greenest City and one of Europe’s best performers.• Bristol has been named as the best city in the UK outside of London for start-ups (according to Start-up Blink’s 2020 global report.) As a City that offers an inclusive culture, a hotbed of creativity and strong green credentials, it is easy to see why Bristol is the perfect launch pad for the Impact Working brand, with the area very much holding our own core values close to its heart. For the second time in four years, Bristol has been voted the best place to live in the UK. The City has been named the country’s greenest, with more commuters cycling to work than in any other place in the UK, at 28.9 cyclists per 1,000 people (according to Strava). With exceptional air quality, Bristol was also ranked as Europe’s greenest City in 2015, the only UK City to win the prestigious award to date.The City hosts one of the country’s most innovative tech scenes, with upwards of 70,000 people employed in the sector. Historically, innovation has been at the forefront of the industry in Bristol for the last 300 years.Two leading universities and a vibrant urban environment have made Bristol a magnet for young talent, with Bristol retaining more of its post-graduate students than any other City in the UK outside of London.