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Located in the south west of England, Bristol, with a population of over a million people, is England’s sixth and the UK’s eighth biggest city in terms of population size. A city this size, with fantastic transport links and as well as employment, culture and education institutions in the region all make perfect sense to have serviced offices in Bristol.
The city is home to some of the world’s greatest and most well-known aerospace, motor, and aviation companies such as Rolls Royce and Airbus, meaning that serviced offices in Bristol will be in good company when it comes to multi-national corporations.
Bristol also has a huge employment base in banking, finance, insurance and IT services outside London. Over 500 IT businesses are located in Bristol, with companies such as Hewlett Packard just one of a number of big companies that have chosen Bristol as their UK base.
Shopping is also a popular reason to live and work in Bristol, with the city’s Broadmead Shopping Centre proving particularly popular with shoppers.
Tenants with serviced offices in Bristol have a wide variety of different options available. Trains, buses and airports are all close-by, ensuring that you are well connected when it comes to travelling to and from your serviced offices in Bristol.
Airport Code: BRS
Distance from central Bristol: 8 miles (12.8km)
For people with serviced offices in Bristol, the city has two mainline overground train stations. The area's main railway station, Bristol Temple Mead, provides high speed train services to London Paddington as well as other local and regional services in and around Bristol.
The city’s second main railway station, Bristol Parkway, is located to the north of the city and provides high speed rail services between Cardiff and London, and CrossCountry services to Birmingham and the North East. The station also provides a limited service to London Waterloo from Bristol Temple Meads, operated by South West Trains.
Serviced offices in Bristol are also served by a number of bus routes, almost all of which are operated by First Group.
The city is connected by road from London to West Wales by the M4 motorway, and also from Birmingham to Exeter by the M5. The county also contains the M49, often seen as a short-cut between the M5 in the south, and the M4 Severn Crossing in the west.