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Planning submitted for Buildings B and C

Construction of Building A is progressing well, and we are pleased to announce that planning has been submitted for the next phase: the construction of Buildings B and C. Buildings B and C offer 119,000 sq ft across a variety of flexible commercial floorplates ranging from 1,800 sq ft to... Read more
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Being an apprentice at Assembly Bristol

Luke Smith is a Technical Apprentice in Galliford Try’s team. He tells us about how he became an apprentice and his roles and responsibilities working on the Assembly Bristol site. “While I was travelling in Australia for four years, I settled in Sydney and found a passion for construction while... Read more
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Volunteering at Festive Friends

On Friday 13th December, three of the Galliford Try Assembly Bristol team volunteered at Festive Friends, an annual lunch for elderly residents and their carers at St Werburghs Community Centre. Aimee Clarke, Laura Beddis and Kate Gordon were amongst the 20 volunteers who arrived early to set up the room... Read more
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Galliford Try-Assembly Bristol at the Big Sleep Out

On 14th November 2019, six members of the Galliford Try-Assembly Bristol team volunteered to take part in 1625 Independent People’s Big Sleep Out, a charity sleep out to raise funds for young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in the South West. As a team, this was... Read more
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Sponsor us for Sleep Out 2019 in aid of 1625 Independent People

The Assembly Bristol team are taking part in Sleep Out 2019 to raise funds for 1625 Independent People. The charity supports young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in the South West. We will be sleeping out for the night in Bristol on 14th November 2019. Please... Read more
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Volunteering at the 365 Shelter with Caring in Bristol

In early October, members of the Galliford Try-Assembly Bristol team volunteered at Caring in Bristol’s 365 Shelter. Caring in Bristol works in imaginative and creative ways with people experiencing or at risk of homelessness, with the public and community partners to bring about lasting change in Bristol and beyond. The... Read more
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AXA IM/Bell Hammer complete 200,000 sq ft Bristol BT hub prelet

AXA Investment Managers - Real Assets and development manager Bell Hammer have completed their deal to sign BT for all of Bristol’s largest ever speculative office development – the 201,000 sq ft Assembly Bristol at Temple Quay - for its proposed South West regional hub. BT has preleased the whole of Building A.

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Assembly site team volunteer with Caring In Bristol

This week, staff from the Assembly site team have been volunteering at the ⁦Caring in Bristol⁩ homeless night shelter. We are very proud to be supporting this local charity, which works in imaginative and creative ways with people experiencing or at risk of homelessness. The organisation works with the public... Read more
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Assembly team revamp garden at Cabot Primary School

Over the last few weeks the Assembly site team and supply chain have been working on a summer project to revamp the garden area at Cabot Primary School in St Paul's. We received great feedback: "I wanted to say the biggest thank you I can muster for the fantastic work... Read more
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Assembly Bristol sponsors latest Bristol-Is magazine launch

Assembly Bristol sponsors the launch of the Mayor's latest Bristol Is magazine edition. Assembly Bristol was delighted to be involved and lend support at a very positive morning welcoming investors and developers to Bristol, which included a boat tour passed the Assembly Bristol site.

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Floating Harbour Walkway

We’re excited to announce planning approval for Assembly’s new Floating Harbour walkway, which will re-establish lost links between the city centre and Bristol Temple Meads.

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Building A Progress

Building A continues to take shape with the first concrete pour to the main core wall revealed on site. The exposed concrete finish forms a central feature to the main reception and communal spaces through the building.

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