Inspiring spaces to meet, learn and make new connections

Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus will be home to 3,000 students and 800 university staff, business and community partners and provide residential accommodation for 953 students. It’ll be open to everyone.

The public realm is designed to feel physically and psychologically welcoming. Our campus will provide better access routes from the city centre to East Bristol, including a new eastern entrance from Temple Meads station. It’ll also feature new walking and cycling routes to help people move through the area more easily. Our public areas will have places to sit and rest with plenty of trees and greenery for everyone to enjoy.

Our academic building on Cattle Market road will have a large public arcade on the ground floor with a lively hub of retail, dining and pop-up spaces. Inside will feature a variety of learning, study and collaboration areas including hack spaces, state-of-the-art labs, dedicated partnership spaces and research facilities – along with plenty of space to relax and socialise.

Our student accommodation on Temple Island will be arranged around a central public courtyard with a bustling 24-hour ground floor hub. Student experience is at the heart of these buildings with a communal roof terrace and kitchen spaces designed to build a sense of community.

We are aiming to start the main construction build on the Cattle Market Road in the summer of 2022 and anticipate opening the academic building and student residential accommodation during the second half of 2025.  

Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus sites

The Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus is an anchor investment in one of the UK’s largest regeneration schemes and includes sites on Cattle Market Road (academic buildings), the northern part of Temple Island (student residential buildings), the Wales & West Utilities and Vauxhall and Kawasaki Drive sites and Plot 1 Silverthorne Lane.

Academic building plans

Academic building plans PDF (PDF, 9,372kB)

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