Bristol Temple Quarter, one of the largest urban regeneration projects in the UK, sits right in the heart of Bristol. Covering over 100 hectares of land and with Bristol Temple Meads at its core, it is home to a wide range of projects and initiatives that will see the area transformed into a vibrant new city quarter, with a mix of employment, residential and leisure uses.
Temple Quarter is also home to Bristol’s Enterprise Zone, which means it is a great place for business and already boasts rapidly growing clusters of small and start-up businesses, particularly in the creative, digital and hi-tech sectors.
Temple Quarter is being delivered by the Temple Quarter team at Bristol City Council, supported by four key partners:
- The West of England Combined Authority (incorporating the Local Enterprise Partnership), which is tasked with creating 95,000 jobs in the region by 2030;
- Homes England, which owns several sites in the area;
- Network Rail, which is responsible for Temple Meads railway station, a crucial part of the development;
- The University of Bristol, which is investing £300m into a new campus next to Temple Meads station.