The latest news from Bristol Temple Quarter. 
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Spring has truly sprung and we're feeling extra jolly because we've already received a great response to our Future Temple Quarter survey - over 800 of you have taken part to date!

If you are yet to tell us your ideas and priorities for the Temple Quarter of the future, there's only 6 days left! Make sure you get online before the survey closes on Wednesday 3 April to share your views.
Major progress on former sorting office site
Check out our latest blog post to see a time-lapse video of progress at the former sorting office site. There's been a huge difference in only 8 weeks as the main buildings come down. Once clear, the site will become home to the University of Bristol's new Enterprise Campus.

If you'd like to hear more about their plans for the area, you can sign up for their newsletter to receive updates.
Passenger count at Temple Meads station
If you've been a subscriber for a while, you'll know we are currently working on plans for the future development of the Temple Quarter, including improving Temple Meads station. 
As part of this work, we will be conducting a survey and passenger count in Temple Meads on Tuesday 2 and Wednesday 3 April. If you are passing through the station on these days and see a member of the team in orange vests, please help us by stopping and answering some short questions about your journey.
Engineering students get first-hand experience of Temple Gate
Earlier this month we had the pleasure of welcoming a group of students from the University of Bristol's Civil Engineering Society (CivSoc) to the Temple Gate site. Jointly hosted by us and lead contractor Eurovia, it gave the students the opportunity to discuss the scheme in detail and go out on site with the people who know it best. Read all about their experience on our blog.
Council launches next phase in review of city's Local Plan
Citizens and communities are being asked for their views on the changes to the Local Plan, which will help support the creation of new homes and jobs across the city, as well as help safeguard valued environmental assets.

Mayor Marvin Rees said: “I would encourage everyone to take a look at the plan and help us to shape Bristol for years to come.”

The draft Bristol Local Plan Review is available online with full details about the consultation and how to provide feedback.

Quick updates

  • Want to know about the skills priorities and objectives for your sector? Download the Business West skills statements online.
  • Did you know grants are available to Bristol business to help sustainable travel initiatives, such as electric charging points? Find out more.
  • Channel 4 has announced that its new Creative Hub in Bristol will be a base for key creative decision makers.
  • Are you a business based in Temple Quarter that wants more exposure? Get in touch with us to talk about featuring in a business profile for our website.
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