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The latest news from Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone. 
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MARCH NEWS

This month has seen Temple Quarter Campus get one step closer to reality, as a land deal for the site has now been agreed. Planning permission has been granted for a large built to rent scheme in the Enterprise Zone, and there has also been more success for SETsquared member companies. On our blog, we've taken a closer look at the upcoming Temple Gate project. As always, scroll to the bottom of this email for some quick updates from around the area. 
University of Bristol Campus land deal approved by Cabinet
At a Cabinet meeting on 7 March, Bristol City Council's Cabinet agreed a land deal with the University of Bristol for the former sorting office site on Cattle Market Road. The deal will see the council selling their freehold interest in the both the sorting office site and the land on Arena Island that is not required for the arena development. The land will be used by the university for the development of a new campus, which will include a Digital Innovation Hub, a ‘business school of the future’ and a student residential village. More information is available on our website
Could faster, better broadband help your business? 
Fast, reliable, high quality broadband is critical to the success of any business and to Bristol's wider economy. Bristol City Council want to get an up-to-date view from Bristol's businesses, large and small, of their experiences with broadband connections and the level of demand for full fibre broadband, ultrafast speeds (above 300 mbps down) and higher quality connections.

To share your experiences, please take the Bristol business broadband survey (it should take about 5 minutes). Businesses completing the survey can opt-in to invites to seminars to hear about other businesses' experiences and new financial incentives to help them secure a full fibre connection.
SETsquared member My Action Replay acquired by CricHQ
Bristol SETsquared member company My Action Replay, whose technology enables sportspeople to capture their own replays at the press of a button, has announced its acquisition by global cricket platform CricHQ. The announcement follows the recent successes of fellow member companies Screen Time Labs and Pelipod, which have both been acquired in the last 6 months. Find out more about the acquisition on our website

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