Leading Real estate firm Colliers International has secured new premises for its south west regional hub in Bristol. 

The contemporary waterfront property is one of Bristol’s most prominent Grade ‘A’ office developments, combining historic architecture with cutting-edge design.

Templeback, owned by Benson Elliot, is situated in a vibrant location in the commercial heart of the city, close to Temple Meads Railway Station and Cabot Circus, with convenient road access. 

Tim Davies, head of office at Colliers International South West and South Wales, said: “As a major international real estate advisor it was important that we operate within a building that reflects our position in the market. This statement building fuses modern design with traditional Victorian architecture to provide the perfect solution for our requirements.

“As strong supporters of Bristol’s European Green Capital we are especially pleased that the design of this building ticks so many boxes in terms of its environmental credentials.  Having a sustainable approach to the way we operate continues to be a key factor in many of our business choices and our move to Templeback reinforces this ethos. This policy will ensure we have a great working environment and attract the best possible employees. Moreover our clear commitment to working sustainably is in line with the philosophy of all our major clients”.