Drinks wholesaler is latest tenant to sign up for historic Bristol building


Drinks and alcohol supplier Matthew Clark has become the latest business to move into the Pavilions offices in Bristol.

Colliers’ Bristol National Offices team has acquired 21,653 sq ft at The Pavilions on behalf of Matthew Clark. The company has agreed a ten-year lease with a break after five years.

The 1970s built property is a listed building thanks to its unique design and it is something of a landmark in the city. The unique building was the former home of the Central Electricity Generating Board.

The Pavilions, which is owned by Computershare, provides flexible, open plan office space, occupying and is close to the A38 Bridgwater Road, south west of Bristol city centre.

The building has collaborative working areas and  a range of amenities including a restaurant, café, shop, and gym.

Colliers acted on behalf of the occupier Matthew Clark part of the C&C Group to find suitable office space in the Bristol area.

The wholesaler will join other occupiers including Computershare, PADI and Acacium.

James Preece, director in the Bristol National Offices team at Colliers, said: “The Bristol office market continues to thrive attracting a high level of demand, particularly buildings of high specification with great amenities like The Pavilions.

“Pavilion 2 will not only provide their employees with excellent transport links but also top-class facilities too.”

Andrea Pozzi, managing director at C&C group said: “Matthew Clark has been based in Bristol for over sixty years, and we are proud to continue investing in this great city.

“We look forward to welcoming colleagues to this modern space, later this year.”


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