With new development opportunities opening up along the river, and a range of innovative businesses based in the city and surrounding areas, Bath and North East Somerset is a key region for investment.
No.1 Bath Quays is the flagship building within the Bath Quays South development. The building is complete and provides 44,470sq ft of ‘grade a’ office accommodation.
Given the acute need for business space in the city, No.1 Bath Quays represents a fantastic opportunity for our scale-up companies to take a leap forward in their growth journey. This project is being actively marketed by Knight Frank.
The prestigious energy efficient office building has been designed to EPC ‘A’ rating and includes 100 dedicated cycle spaces, shower facilities changing and drying rooms and electric vehicle charging.
The building is suitable for single occupation or can be easily adapted to a number of potential occupiers. Set over five floors, the top four floors range in size from 9,445sq ft to 11,298sq ft. There are two smaller units on the ground floor that total 2,119sq ft in size that can be independently accessed.
Redevelopment of the historic Newark Works building will provide a 40,000sq ft vibrant creative campus, where our business community can meet, collaborate and grow. This former industrial building will be sensitively brought back to life, and from Summer 2022 will offer a range of characterful studio and office units from 122sq ft to 5,020sq ft. The studio and office units are specifically aimed at our burgeoning creative industries sector and will be a great location for start-ups and micro-businesses.
Newark Works will also benefit from an on-site café bar, breakout and meeting spaces. There are opportunities for other uses in the building, such as health, fitness and the arts.
Bath Quays will be connected to a wider active travel network in Bath by a new pedestrian and cycling bridge. The bridge will allow workers and residents of Bath Quays to access the city centre via the new waterside park, with the city's retail offer and main bus and rail stations around 5 minutes walk away.
Bath Central Riverside is located in the heart of the city centre, between Pulteney Bridge (in the north) and Bath Spa Train Station (in the south). The regeneration scheme will act as a catalyst to transform and re-imagine the area, unlocking its potential and creating benefits for both residents and visitors, whilst maintaining the importance of the city as World Heritage Site and responding to the climate change and ecological emergencies.
Plans are underway to transform the former Bath Press site into a large, mixed-use development, providing up to 16,000sq ft of workspace and 244 dwellings.
The site is within easy walking distance of Oldfield Park Railway Station, and Bath Spa Railway Station is just a 25 minute walk away. There's easy access to bus services linking the Bath Press site to the city centre and surrounding areas.
Enhanced riverside development
Developed landscape creating habitats, open space and new pedestrian and cycle connections.
Community garden at the centre of the development.
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It is proposed that the Milsom Quarter will become Bath and the South West’s fashion destination. Home to a world class Fashion Museum attracting significant footfall, the Milsom Street core will house a range of high-end fashion retailers, but in recognition of the ways in which retail is changing, Milsom Quarter as a whole will become more diverse.
Opportunities will be taken to deliver more housing in the area through new development and conversion of underused space on upper floors of existing buildings - the potential for over 180 additional homes has been identified. Space for local amenities to support the growing residential population will be provided alongside space for food and beverage uses and accommodation for local businesses, creating a more vibrant and diverse mix of uses in the quarter.
The Cattlemarket site, at the bottom of Walcot Street Artisan Quarter, offering an opportunity for an exciting mixed-use redevelopment in the city centre.
Located on a key route into and out of the city centre, the Cornmarket the Cattlemarket site, provide significant opportunities to remodel the fabric of this area, providing a more engaging experience that seamlessly integrates the whole of Walcot Street into the city centre. river and street frontage.
Funded by Dr Jonathan Milner.
Aims to answer the fundamental questions about evolution and the potential links to contemporary medicine.
Contains CL2 and CL3 capable laboratories.
Teaching space, seminar facility and collaboration spaces.
Close link between interior and exterior.
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Roseberry Place is a mixed-use regeneration scheme, which occupies a prominent location in Bath's Enterprise Zone at the highly accessible junction of Lower Bristol Road and Windsor Bridge. The scheme, which includes 175 apartments and up to 60,000sq ft of Grade-A office accommodation, is currently on-site with the residential element being constructed first. The office accommodation is now being marketed for either pre-let or sale with floor plates starting at circa 12,000sq ft.
Spread across the central Bath and Somer Valley, the 98 hectare zone in Bath and 14 hectare zone in the Somer Valley offers a mix of office, industrial, manufacturing and ancillary space. The Zone is well-connected and is linked with the region’s world-renowned advanced engineering cluster.