Conservation

Bristol Temple Meads

We have spent the summer exploring one of Bristol’s hidden gems. The Old Station at Temple Meads was built in 1841 by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and is listed Grade 1.

The majority of the building has been vacant since the relocation of the British Empire and Commonwealth Museum. We have been appointed by SetSquared, the business development team at Bristol University, to look into the feasibility of conversion of the space to provide high tech entrepreneurial business space for creative young companies.

Bristol Temple Meads
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