Bristol – One Year On

We’re delighted to announce that The Urbanists have now been Bristol residents for over a year!  

From one planner and one landscape architect, we’ve grown to a team of two planners and a whopping five landscape architects!  It’s been a real pleasure to see the personality of the team grow, with each new member bringing their own unique perspective on plants, placemaking, and proper coffee.  

The past 12 months have seen us working on projects in the South West and beyond for a range of clients including Bristol City Council (Temple Quarter Joint Delivery Team), Saltash Town Team, Studio Hive, Science Creates, Urbanest, 3Ti Energy Hubs Ltd, Hereford Council, Hollins Strategic Land and Hollins Homes.  We also continue to serve our Welsh client base in tandem with our Cardiff office.      

We’ve really enjoyed making Clockwise in the famed Generator Building our new home, engaging in its many social activities, hosting events and partaking in the occasional free coffee, lunch or even Espresso Martini!  We’re also loving being able to collaborate with some of our neighbours, many of whom are also in the built environment sector…long may that continue.  

We look forward to working with more of our fellow Bristolians over the coming years…just drop us a line for a chat about all things planning, urban design, landscape architecture and everything in between!

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