Environmental consultancy relocates Bristol office to rural Whale Wharf

Whale Wharf Alder King

Bath-based property developer Blue View Properties has let Baleen House at Whale Wharf in South Gloucestershire, to leading independent environmental consultants Ecus Ltd.

Established in 1986, Ecus provides environmental services and operates from a national network of offices. To support Ecus’ continued growth, the South West and South Wales team was seeking new office space – a new office in Cardiff and a larger hub office in Bristol.   

Rebecca Harries of Alder King which advised Blue View Properties, said “Whale Wharf provides the type of office accommodation that many of us dream of – sophisticated, high quality space with spectacular views, plenty of parking, excellent facilities both indoors and out with  quick and easy access to the motorway network.

“Baleen House will provide an excellent location for Ecus from which to further grow the business.”

Ecus will move into the property later this month.

Whale Wharf is a development of seven contemporary serviced office buildings in a spectacular riverside location near Bristol. Whale Wharf is also great location for managing the ever changing guidelines on social distancing at work with staff, offering extensive open space.

The scheme includes 11 acres of parkland with lakes, and views across the countryside and River Severn.  As demand for office space continues there are also plans to further increase the range of well-being facilities on-site. Whale Wharf remains a five minute drive from Junction 1 of the M48 which gives easy access to the M4/M5 interchange, Bristol Parkway Station and Bristol city centre.