Colliers International re-locates to new south west hub

(left to right) Chris Dawson, Katie Spackman, Head of Office Tim Davies and Jay Ridsdale outside their new office in the 10 Templeback building beside Bristol’s Floating Harbour

(left to right) Chris Dawson, Katie Spackman, Head of Office Tim Davies and Jay Ridsdale outside their new office in the 10 Templeback building beside Bristol’s Floating Harbour

Colliers International has relocated its south west regional hub to Templeback in Bristol.

The international real estate advisor now occupies 4,700 sq ft in the contemporary waterfront property, which is one of Bristol’s most prominent Grade ‘A’ office developments.

It is located in the commercial heart of the city, near to Temple Meads Railway Station, Cabot Circus, and the Temple Bridge ferry stop on the Floating Harbour.

Tim Davies, head of office, comments: “The environmental credentials of Templeback were very much a factor in our decision to move here,” said Mr Davies.

“It is a prestigious landmark building that reflects the position of Colliers International in the market, and enables us to underline our commitment to Bristol’s position as European Green Capital 2015.

“We have a sustainable approach to business which is in keeping with the philosophy of all our major clients.

“The location of Templeback makes it accessible by sustainable means, and a high proportion of staff are choosing not to drive to work and instead are arriving by foot, cycle, bus, train and ferry.”

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