Axa & Bell Hammer win Investor / Developer 2019 Award
Assembly’s agents also picked up awards with Savills winning both the Most Active Agent by Acquisitions and also by Disposals awards, with JLL winning the top Investment Agency Award.
A good night for all the team!
Mayor Visits Assembly Bristol Site
Marvin Rees, Mayor of Bristol, joined developers AXA IM - Real Assets and Bell Hammer to celebrate the commencement of works on Building A, the first phase of the development, by main contractor Galliford Try.
Galliford Try Starts On Site at Assembly
Work is underway on Building A at Assembly Bristol, the first of three potential buildings across the development, which will consist of 200,000 sq ft of office and retail space. The new building includes range of flexible office spaces designed for both local and global businesses in the services, creative, consultancy, financial, media and technology sectors.
Comment by Joel Hawkins
“By speculatively developing a first building of 200,000 sq ft our commitment to Bristol is clear and we expect a positive reaction from occupiers already in the city needing high quality space as well as attracting newcomers.”
- Joel Hawkins, founder of Bell Hammer
- Had a lovely day today joining the @GtAssembly team volunteering at today's Festive Friends lunch in #Bristol. Olde… https://t.co/mVKpc4rhkg
- Assembly Bristol retweeted RT @GtAssembly: View of our site from Castle Park View - thank you @ArupGroup for the fantastic pictures! https://t.co/z2TQvw3Dbz
- Assembly Bristol retweeted RT @VisitBristol: Bristol is a city full of unique experiences, from food & drink workshops to exciting boat trips: https://t.co/FmQjWlNQBq…
- Assembly Bristol retweeted RT @jon_bower: A reflection on progress @MadeForBristol https://t.co/0LqS59rq9s
- It's #SmallBizSatUK in #Bristol tomorrow - check out the markets and gift fairs you can support around the city her… https://t.co/XfMKrPg94a
- Some more images as Building A starts to take shape on site... it's been an exciting few weeks #madeforbristol… https://t.co/kQHAO9sdW7
- Assembly Bristol retweeted RT @RedAndTempleBID: In preparation for our Place Marketing workshop on Tuesday, we have been visiting potential event spaces. In addition…
- So exciting as this starts to take shape 💚 https://t.co/XQnVEmNB8Z
- "Visions for a City: Landmarks of Learning" is an upcoming talk from @ArchCentre exploring the role of a universit… https://t.co/ixo9Pmx4Tn
- Well done to everyone who participated and donated 👏 https://t.co/Y3rohlI0l7
- Well done to everyone who took part. To sponsor a very worth cause, please donate at https://t.co/l2JgrvV9lF https://t.co/kJQbH4CHk3
- Assembly Bristol retweeted RT @PatrickBHL: Time for @GtAssembly @MadeForBristol to sleep at #SleepOut2019 in support of @1625ip https://t.co/YIteqjRSAy
- Tonight the Assembly Bristol and @GtAssembly team will be taking part in the @1625ip #SleepOut1625. It's very cold… https://t.co/DgekpjAPkY
- Assembly Bristol retweeted RT @jon_bower: Steely determination - the steelwork now going up @MadeForBristol - should see the structure take shape quite rapidly. https…
- Coming to Bristol... Dan Cruickshank, author, renowned architectural historian and broadcaster, explores the most i… https://t.co/2HF96EZE69
- "What would a city designed by women be like?" - hugely interesting insight and food for thought! #architecture… https://t.co/ecj41ILiWm
- Well done to the Assembly Bristol team who went out litter picking for @BristolWaste's #AutumnLitterBlitz yesterday… https://t.co/TdMoKPJxsE
- Assembly Bristol retweeted RT @RedAndTempleBID: Please provide feedback to @BristolCouncil on their early plans for Broad Plain. The plans aim to make the area easie…
- Very proud - great work team! https://t.co/uZxcPEjJjH
- Assembly Bristol retweeted RT @laurabeddis: Early start setting up for the Bridge Learning Campus annual careers fair. We look forward to promoting careers in constru…