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An overview of our seven Enterprise Zones and Areas

Built on innovation, creativity and inclusivity, each EZ and EA is home to a unique set of thriving businesses.

Bristol Port Image credit: Bristol Port Company

Covering 1,800 hectares, this site is the perfect location for businesses in the warehousing and energy processing sectors – with its large-scale logistics and distribution hub.

Bridge in central Bath Image credit: B&NES

Spread across the central Bath and Somer Valley, this site offers a mix of office and manufacturing space. The Zone is well-connected and is linked with the region’s world-renowned advanced engineering cluster.

External shot of the National Composites Centre building Image credit: NCC

This tech hub has a reputation for ground-breaking research. Home to the Bristol & Bath Science Park, it connects entrepreneurs and established brands with investors and academia.

Concorde at Aerospace Bristol Image credit: Aerospace Bristol

Located on the northern fringe of Bristol, Filton has direct access to London and Cardiff. Home to world-class aerospace and aviation technology, plans are already underway for a new aerospace park here.

FoodWorksSW building Image credit: FoodWorksSW

Located alongside the M5, Junction 21 has easy access to the South West and South Wales, as well as Weston-Super-Mare. This mixed-use site is home to the Weston Business Quarter, the Food Enterprise Zone and Parklands Village.

Train at Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone

Temple Quarter is one of the UK’s leading regeneration and infrastructure development programmes. Temple Quay is home to financial and professional services, whilst Temple Studios offers a creative hub. Temple Quarter’s sites are all within a 15-minute walk of Bristol Temple Meads train station.