Bristol is the largest city in the South West of England. Along with its
rich heritage, it's known for its laid-back, creative and friendly
culture, as well as its vibrant nightlife, thriving art scene and
prestigious university. Brunel's Clifton Suspension Bridge, Temple Meads
train station and the SS Britain are some of the iconic landmarks
nearby, and as well as many independent cinemas and art houses, Bristol
is home to the longest stretch of independent shops in the UK.
Scattered with satirical graffiti from resident artist and activist,
Banksy, the city juxtaposes avant-garde pop culture with picturesque
The River Avon, laced with an array of riverside bars, shops and
eateries, runs through the heart of the city, leading to its lively and
famous harbour that hosts a variety of water sports and activities.
Although it boasts a variety of industries, Bristol is a hot spot for
creative and digital jobs. That includes our digital hub, which brings
together some of our best digital and technological capabilities, and
provides an innovative and creative space for specialists including
developers, solution designers and test analysts.
Our Bristol office sits right on the waterfront, providing beautiful
surroundings for a walk or cycle into work. Its central location means
there’s a variety of things to do, and places to eat during your
lunchbreak. Nearby cafés, bars, music venues and theatres make it easy
for our teams to enjoy social activities together after work. Close
cycling and running tracks also make it convenient to exercise before
and after work.
Bristol is one of the warmest and sunniest cities in the UK, and with
beautiful beaches and The Forest of Dean on its doorstep, there's a
great deal to do outside. Visitors flock to Bristol to experience its
unique theatre and art scene, as well and its many festivals. But as
well as being an enticing tourist spot, Bristol is often considered one
of the best places to live in Britain.
“Bristol is awesome! We get real summers with sunshine and there
are all sorts of festivals. It's also really easy to get around as the
public transport is great but most people tend to walk and cycle
everywhere. We're right on the river and get to watch the rowers and
houseboats, and there are loads of river bars. Everyone's so friendly
here and Bristol was recently ranked one of the best places to live in
Britain as the house prices are still reasonably low and there are
loads of good job opportunities. It really is a beautiful city!”
Charly Patrick, Project Manager
Tight streets, beautiful architecture and a stunning waterfront make
Bristol a joy to walk around, and our office’s waterside location makes
going on foot an attractive option. Cycling is equally possible, and a
popular choice in this environmentally conscious city.
If that’s not possible for you, don’t worry; the bus couldn’t be more
convenient, with a stop directly outside the building. And if you’re
coming from farther afield then we’re only a short hop across the river
from the main rail station at Temple Meads. Direct links to London,
Manchester, Birmingham, and a host of other UK cities make reaching