The increasing attraction of the Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone has been demonstrated by the rapid letting of Kingsland House by Colliers International.
Will writing and estate planning specialists E.L.M. Legal Services has moved into the recently refurbished two-story office building on a 10-year lease with breaks.
Alfie Passingham, of the national offices team at Colliers International in Bristol, said: "There has been a noticeable rise in demand for office space in the Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone. Forthcoming developments such as the new Arena are undoubtedly encouraging companies to move into the area, together with the opportunities for business rate discounts for companies located in the Enterprise Zone."
"This has been underlined by the speed in which an occupier was found for Kingsland House, attracted by its proximity to Temple Meads railway station, and in a location that is the preferred choice for a growing number of businesses."
Kingsland House is a self-contained 4,639 sq ft office on Silverthorne Lane, on the eastern side of the Enterprise Zone, featuring a mixture of cellular office accommodation and larger open plan rooms, plus a kitchen, shower facilities, secure cycle storage and seven parking spaces.
Colliers International acted on behalf of a private pension fund. E.L.M. Legal Services was unrepresented.