Refurbished office space at Royal London Buildings in Bristol’s commercial centre is going fast with leading public relations company Grayling taking the remaining part of the fourth floor.

The deal is the latest in a series of moves at the popular building brokered by offices specialist Colliers International.

Moving from nearby Queen Square, Grayling will take 2,245 sq ft of space on a five-year lease. Other recent movers include sustainability advisor Sustain Limited, IMS Consulting, and Aisgill Business Solutions, while existing occupier True Digital has taken further space in the building.

Colliers International offices specialist Richard Wright said: “Royal London Buildings is becoming one of Bristol’s must-have addresses. It offers strikingly contemporary space with plenty of natural light, exposed brickwork and laminate wooden floors – and is within walking distance of Broadmead, The Mall Galleries and Cabot Circus shopping centres and Temple Meads railway station.”

He added: “Although it’s not a brand new building last year’s refurbishment programme has created a quirky workplace which has proved popular with high-profile firms who need to be close to the action in the city’s commercial heart.

“Royal London Buildings now offers good location, excellent facilities and the upgraded common areas have been praised by employees and visitors alike.”

Richard Chapman, Associate Director at Grayling, added: “Our team is delighted with our new office at Royal London Buildings. Its blend of character and modern features, plus views over Bristol’s rooftops, makes for an inspiring and creative place in which to work.”

The building actively encourages sustainable working practices including ample indoor bicycle storage and new shower facilities which encourage staff to ride to work.

Richard Wright said the latest move meant there is just one larger floor of 3,471 sq ft left with a few smaller office suites still available to let. 

All enquiries should be directed to  Richard Wright, National Offices, Colliers International on 0117 917 2000.