Sustainability advisory firm relocates
Sustainability advisory firm Environmental Resource Management (ERM) has relocated its Bristol office from One Castlepark to the newly refurbished 40 Queen Square.
40 Queen Square is a modern office building arranged over ground and three upper floors, offering open plan accommodation and views overlooking Bristol’s floating harbour.
ERM has taken 1,978 sq ft of refurbished space within the building. The new office will act as a hub for their professional sustainability consultants, supporting projects locally and across Northern Europe.
Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) assisted the firm throughout the acquisition process.
Peter Musgrove, senior director and head of South West & Wales at LSH, said: “It has been great to work with Paul and his team on the relocation of ERM’s Bristol Office. 40 Queen Square is located within the iconic Georgian square in a prime area of Bristol City Centre and will be a fantastic new home for the team.
Paul Roche, head offFacilities – Northern Europe at ERM, said: “It was a delight working with Peter Musgrove and Ben Tothill of LSH in identifying a new hub within Bristol City Centre. LSH helped us throughout the acquisition process from identifying the property to negotiating and completing on the transaction.”
LSH represented Environmental Resource Management on the acquisition of office space.
The Landlord, AEW UK REIT, was represented by CBRE and CSquared.