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Bristol is a hub for professional, technology, public sector and media sectors

Bristol Economy
The Bristol economy has been relatively resilient during the recession and will return to growth quickly. Outside London, Bristol produced the highest level of private sector employment growth in England between 1998 – 2008 (Centre for Cities 2010).

It also has a lower vulnerability to public sector job losses and could make an even bigger contribution to the national economic recovery. (Centre for cities 2011).
Bristol has the most competitive and productive economy of any major city outside London
(UK competitiveness Index).

433,100 (mid-2009) Top 7th fastest growing city by population – projected to reach 585,800 by 2033.

Employment Rate
Bristol has the highest of the English Core Cities and above the English average, followed by Leeds and Sheffield.

2 Universities, 2 FE Institutions, + 3 Colleges: 71,585 students.

GVA per head
£26,675 (2007), higher than that for the south west region (£18,235) and England (£20,458).

Ave gross earnings
£26,500 (2010) of full time employees.

Quality of life
Bristol was ranked 2nd behind Edinburgh (2007).

House Prices
Average cost £175,100 (2010).

Cabot Circus just a 9 minute walk from Harbourside is a top ten shopping centre in the UK and provides 15 major flag ship stores, 25 cafes and restaurants. The Mall at Cribbs Causeway and provides 135 stores.

Employers have access to 600,000 workforce living within 1 hours travel of Bristol.

Quality of workforce
35.1% (Dec 2009) of the working age population educated to degree level (NVQ4 and above),
which is more than the average for Great Britain.

Bristol has more people employed in knowledge based intensive businesses (91,100 employees) than Oxford and Cambridge combined.

CO2 emissions per capita
Bristol is ranked 7th lowest in the level of CO2 emission.

Transport connections Rail
To London Paddington (1hr 40mins)
To Cardiff (56mins)
To Birmingham (1hr 20mins)
To Edinburgh (6 hrs 26mins)
To Glasgow (6 hrs 25mins)

Transport connections Air
To Manchester (1hr)
To Newcastle (1hr)
To Glasgow (1hr 15mins)
To Edinburgh (1hr 20mins)
Bristol International Airport offers flights to 98 destinations and 604 connections across 29 countries.

Harbourside is well located for public transport.
Bus Route map

Park & Ride map

Regular ferry services to Temple Meads railway
station are provided from Harbourside.

Visit www.bristolferry.com