New tenants at landmark Bristol building

Bath Road Studios

Bath Road Studios

Space at Bath Road Studios, a landmark Bristol building, has been snapped up by two firms taking over 2,000 sq ft between them.

Defence consultants, Antillion have taken 1,200 sq ft, joining electronic research company Fraser Anti-Static, which has taken 921 sq ft on a five year lease.

Fraser Anti-Static is expanding its Devon headquarters into Bristol to establish a new research and development centre, where managing director Bob Fraser says it’s easier to attract good people.

He comments: “We wanted to move our research facilities to Bristol in order to attract and retain the very best research engineers.

“Bath Road Studios seemed like the obvious choice; it provides attractive, airy premises in a good central location and with a stimulating atmosphere.”

Bath Road Studios is an iconic landmark building which has been transformed to provide newly refurbished, creative office space from 300 sq ft upwards following the £1.2m refurbishment project by London-based Cube Real Estate.

The remodelled reception provides an open, contemporary space with high quality finishes and a spacious break-out area for use by the buildings occupiers.

Current occupiers include ITV West Country, The Pilates Studio, Friska and Hurricane Media.

The building is also home to The Set, an innovative workspace that operates as a membership club where like-minded businesses can network and share skills and ideas.

Its collaborative base removes the isolation of working from home, while offering contemporary facilities.