Clarke Willmott prepares to move into Building C
Legal firm Clarke Willmott will soon be moving into its new Bristol office, on the top 10th and 11th floors of Assembly Building C in the heart of the city's dynamic Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone.
They are looking forward to a number of benefits that the building brings, including the flexibility to accommodate both remote and in-person working. Clarke Willmott has created more collaboration spaces, including a relaxed client lounge and a staff business lounge, encouraging teams to blend both remote and in-person collaboration, providing them with the necessary space and freedom to work effectively.
The new office will also embody Clarke Willmott’s company culture, with a communal kitchen area for social events and a relaxed business lounge for informal meetings, providing employees with a comfortable and inviting space to connect and collaborate. Additionally, Clarke Willmott has included quiet zones and state-of-the-art meeting rooms for uninterrupted focus when needed.
Building C also plays a vital role in Clarke Willmott’s commitment to sustainability. The new office has recently been given an energy efficiency rating of A which will help the company to deliver on its commitment to achieving net zero by 2040 (subject to validation by SBTi). The electricity supply is 100% renewable, thanks to Clarke Willmott’s use of the Bristol Heat Network, an innovative underground network significantly reduces carbon emissions by delivering low-carbon heat and energy throughout the city.
Karen Higgins, Head of Environmental, Social and Governance at Clarke Willmott LLP, commented, “We are delighted to be moving to Assembly Building C as the building’s green credentials will help us to deliver on our commitment to net zero and our sustainable future.”
We look forward to welcoming Clarke Willmott to their new office in Building C in the new year.