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Stride Treglown submits Bristol Temple Quay scheme for planning

Stride Treglown, the largest practice in the South West, has submitted this office scheme in Bristol for planning, as part of the city's massive Temple Quay development.

The commercial scheme is one part of developer Castlemore Securities' plans for a huge swathe of land near Brunel's famous Temple Meads station in the heart of the city.

The six-storey, 19,500m2 office block will be clad in what was described by a spokeswoman as 'apparently randomly placed' materials including zinc, terracotta and blue-tinted glazing.

The spokeswoman added that the firm had taken the 'somewhat unusual' step of putting the scheme out to tender at the same time that it went in for planning.

Planning is expected to be approved in September and the entire Temple Quay project is scheduled for completion in 2010.

by Angus Montgomery

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