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Salmon Harvester puts major Bristol development opportunity on the market

Salmon Harvester Properties is bringing to market one of Bristol’s largest development opportunities, the freehold of 4 Glass Wharf in Bristol city centre.

Salmon has appointed Alder King and HSM to market the 1.3 acre site in the Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone in Bristol city centre opposite the new HMRC Bristol regional HQ.

Salmon gained consent in January 2018 for a Class B1 office building (basement, ground floor plus seven storeys) totalling 215,091 sq ft. It previously had consent for a mixed use scheme incorporating residential, retail and workshop space.

Alternative uses include residential with up to 2,200 homes proposed within the Enerprise Zone, hotel and conference uses, flexible employment floorspace and active uses including leisure and retail at ground level.

Rorie Henderson, development director at Salmon, said: “We are bringing this site to market in response to the interest we have received from a number of parties on a number of different use class bases, and to bring this interest to a head this interest.  Ever since the reported Fire Station site sale earlier this summer, we have been inundated with enquiries.

“This is the third of our three sites at Temple Quay and follows on from the successes of 2 Glass Wharf, a 100,000 sq ft office development funded by NFUMutual and let to PwC, Arcadis Group, Foot Anstey and Grant Thornton and 3 Glass Wharf, a 110,000 sq ft office development funded by L&G and pre-let to HMRC which is scheduled to complete at the end of the year.”

4 Glass Wharf is the third and final phase of Salmon’s development programme in Bristol’s Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone, which is adjacent to Temple Meads station and the Floating Harbour.

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