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Overview

The Aztec West Centre, originally opened by Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in 1989, is strategically located within Bristol's premier out of town business park with easy access to the city and major regional transport hubs. As well as having three lakes, the landscaped park is home to over 100 companies with 7,000 employees working in a range of sectors, from financial and legal services, electronics, construction and engineering to government agencies. It also has a number of warehouse/factory units, a hotel and a central retail area. Bristol is often cited as the most competitive and productive economy of any large English city outside of London. The city is renowned for its excellence in knowledge-intensive and creative industries, particularly aerospace, defence, media, financial services and information technology.

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Location

By Road:
FROM M5

  • Exit at junction 16.
  • Follow signs to A38 Filton/Bristol.
  • At the first roundabout take 3rd exit to enter Aztec West Business Park.
  • Take 3rd exit at the mini-roundabout and again take 3rd exit at the following mini-roundabout.
  • Take the 1st exit at the following mini-roundabout.
  • The Center is on the right with ample parking between the adjacent buildings.

By Air:

  • Bristol International Airport is 12 miles from the Center

By Public Transport:

  • Regular bus services are available from the business Park
  • Bristol Parkway Train Station is only 5 minutes by Taxi
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Workspaces

at Bristol Aztec West

Ready-to-use private office space so you can just show up and start working. Options include window offices, interior offices or office suites.
Create a credible and professional business presence at a minimal cost, with a mailing address in a prime business location.
Book our fully-equipped meeting rooms by the hour or day for presentations, interviews, client pitches or company training.
Informal drop-in work and meeting spaces. A quiet, professional place to work when away from the office.
Our shared co-working spaces include everything you need to be productive. Choose either your own permanent desk or go for a hot-desking setup.
Choose from a range of monthly subscriptions for part-time or full-time access to business lounges, co-working spaces and private offices.

Reception open

Monday:08:30 to 17:30
Tuesday:08:30 to 17:30
Wednesday:08:30 to 17:30
Thursday:08:30 to 17:30
Friday:08:30 to 17:30

Features & facilities

The Aztec West Centre, originally opened by Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in 1989, is strategically located within Bristol's premier out of town business park with easy access to the city and major regional transport hubs. As well as having three lakes, the landscaped park is home to over 100 companies with 7,000 employees working in a range of sectors, from financial and legal services, electronics, construction and engineering to government agencies. It also has a number of warehouse/factory units, a hotel and a central retail area. Bristol is often cited as the most competitive and productive economy of any large English city outside of London. The city is renowned for its excellence in knowledge-intensive and creative industries, particularly aerospace, defence, media, financial services and information technology.

Facilities
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Showers are available.

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