The Studio at Palace Yard Mews is Bath Spa University’s city centre home for innovation, research, and enterprise.
Providing a space for local micro-businesses, Bath Spa University students, academics, and graduates to work on projects and ideas which focus on creativity and technology. It is also a venue to share learning through regular workshops, events and activities which are open to the wider community.
Property consultancy Carter Jonas has completed the design and conversion of a new headquarters totalling approximately 19,500 sq ft for Roper Rhodes.
The supplier of bathroom furniture commissioned Carter Jonas to design a new headquarters to accommodate its growth, with increased operational efficiency and promoting the performance and productivity of employees as priorities
Serviced office suites are ready for occupation in a smartly refurbished and beautiful Grade II Listed Georgian building, just half a mile from Bath Spa Train Station.
This newly renovated business hub enjoys a desirable position on the attractive Trim Street in the heart of Bath City Centre. With excellent natural light levels, meeting rooms and state-of-the art technology provides everything needed to start work with flexible contract terms.
Bath Quays North is set to be an inspiring, contemporary central business district. Set opposite the Bath Quays South site, Bath Quays North will inject life into an otherwise underused area, and will reconnect Bath to its riverside.
The University of Bath and South Gloucestershire Council have teamed up to successfully purchase the Bristol & Bath Science Park in a joint £18 million bid. The new owners will use their complementary strengths, expertise and networks to fully realise the Park’s potential as a centre of excellence for research and development across the region.
An outline planning application has been granted consent by Bath & North East Somerset Council for the development of Bath Quays North.
The site, near Churchill Bridge, is a major part of the Bath Quays redevelopment which spans both sides of the River Avon in the centre of Bath. It is the Council’s flagship regeneration project to create a new and vibrant quarter for Bath’s flourishing businesses in the heart of the city and is the most significant development opportunity in a generation.
Europa Capital and Ediston Real Estate have sold two 1980s office buildings in Bath to Watkins Jones Group for £26.5million.
The 2.26 acre Pinesgate site is located along the Lower Bristol Road and currently comprises two detached buildings; Pinesgate East and Pinesgate West. Both properties are currently let to insurance provider Redde until 2025. The investment comes with the opportunity to obtain vacant possession to redevelop the site.