University of Bristol Enterprise Campus
The University of Bristol’s proposals are an integral part of the Temple Quarter project, and its development sites are a key driver of regeneration in the area.
The new Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus will focus on digital, business and social innovation. Bringing together world-class academic, industrial and entrepreneurial expertise, the university will innovate at scale and shape the skills the city-region needs for the future.
The new campus will provide an opportunity to create new partnerships and research collaborations that will have national and global significance. It will be a key venue for the UK digital economy, enhancing Bristol’s reputation as a global destination for innovation and strengthening the city-region’s role as an economic powerhouse.
The campus will be car free and the most sustainable part of the university’s estate, helping to achieve its ambition to become carbon neutral by 2030. The public realm will be an open and welcoming space for everyone to enjoy.
Connected to the new eastern entrance to Temple Meads Station, the campus will have new walking and cycling routes, enabling improved access from St Philip’s Marsh and its neighbouring communities to the station.
The university estimates that its new Enterprise Campus will deliver around £626m of employment and financial benefit to the regional economy over the next decade.
You can find out more about plans for Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus by visiting the University’s website.