The latest news from Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone. 
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This month saw the University of Bristol submit their revised plans for Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus, and the end of this month will see significant engineering works taking place at Temple Meads station. These works will take place between 30 March and 3 April (inclusive) and will mean no trains stopping at the station, so please check before you travel.

Also in the newsletter this month is our interview with the founder of local business Mr B & Friends, some exciting events and information about a new property advisory service at Engine Shed. 
Business Profile: Mr B & Friends
Mr B & Friends is a fast-growing creative agency that has recently relocated from Bath, landing in Temple Quay towards the end of last year. Find out more about the company’s choice of Temple Quarter and its plans for the future by reading the interview with its founder and CEO Simon Barbato on our blog. The company has also just announced a joint venture with Nevada's Noble Studios.
SETsquared #Idea2Pitch Event, 24 April
Do you have a great high tech business idea, but don’t know where to start? Or are you unsure what to do next in order to grow your technology company? Then sign up for the #Idea2Pitch event, hosted by SETsquared Bristol. It will help hone your ideas and shape them into a pitch for gaining interest or support in your venture.
Revised plans submitted for Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus
A revised illustrative masterplan has been submitted to for the University of Bristol’s new Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus, planned for derelict land close to Temple Meads station. The new plan, produced in response to feedback from Bristol City Council and other partners, shows changes to the layout of the buildings on the campus to allow for easier navigation through the site and more open and welcoming spaces for staff, students and local communities to enjoy. Find out more on the university's website.
Engine Shed and BPAA launch Property Advisor in Residence service
Engine Shed, in partnership with BPAA, has announced a new Property Advisor in Residence service, open to anyone in the West of England region. The service will provide people with free, bookable consultations with experienced property advisors from prestigious corporations including JLL, BNP Paribas, Colliers, Morton Property Consultants, Lambert Smith Hampton, GVA Property Consultancy, and Hartnell Taylor Cook LLP.  Companies using the service can receive advice and guidance on the process of finding and securing office space, ranging from information about the market to tips on when and how to start a property search. Consultations can be booked online.

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