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CONTACT

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Our convenient location is perfect for meetings and any business looking for a serviced office in a highly sought-after area. If you would like to find out more then please contact us.

Contact Details:

New World Business Centre
Station Road
Warmley
Bristol
BS30 8XG
Tel: 0117 332 0900

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Map & Directions:

Travelling using a sat nav? please use BS30 8XHand this will take you to the beginning of our entrance.

First Choice Toyota Specialists can be found at the entrance to our carpark.

Please download printable map.

 

New World Business Centre sits ideally between Bristol and Bath, just off the A4174 ring road, close to the M4 and M5, and within 8 miles of Bristol and Bath city centres.

The Bristol and Bath region is arguably the UK’s most balanced and successful economy. Our highly skilled, diverse workforce contributes to a thriving and extensive, connected business base.

Bristol celebrates being the 2015 European green capital and is the largest city in the south west of England, with a population of approximately half a million. The city lies between Somerset and Gloucestershire and has been politically administered by both counties in part at various times. However, Bristol is historically a county in its own right and is properly entitled the City and County of Bristol. A few miles from Bristol’s centre, two motorways intersect. The M4 from London to South Wales bridges the River Severn before it widens to become the Bristol Channel. The North-South M5 skirts the city at Avonmouth.

 Bath is a beautiful city located in the south west of England. In 1987 the city was inscribed as a World Heritage Site, designated by UNESCO in order to preserve its natural and cultural heritage.
There are thriving culture and shopping opportunities, outstanding architectural sights and the ability to escape to one of the many green spaces around and just outside the city.
In the 18th Century Bath became Britain’s leading spa town, known for its natural hot springs. Many of the city’s buildings date from this period and their Georgian architecture gives Bath its distinctive appearance and historical feel.

 

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