Bristol’s newest workspace specifically for organisations seeking to achieve social change has opened.
Streamline is a new art deco inspired building that provides high-spec facilities for organisations with purpose including charities, non-profits, social enterprises, ethical businesses, and community organisations.
To help meet the rising demand for social change tenants who need flexible and affordable offices in Bristol, Streamline hopes to bring creative and like-minded people and organisations together in a workspace developed specifically for their requirements.
The combination of open floor plans with meeting rooms and communal spaces allows for collaborative projects and tenants to benefit from working alongside one another. With over 1800 sq m of workspace available, there’s room for organisations of all sizes to come together and collaborate.
Steamline worked with WECIL (the West of England Centre for Inclusive Living) and commissioned a full access audit on the design and building. The full audit assesses the accessibility of premises including outdoor spaces and digital profile so that all aspects of the organisation can become more accessible. This audit and information informed the blueprint for the building.
Sarah Campbell, Regional Manager SW and Wales, said: “As we head towards a safe and phased return to working in offices, many people are looking and hoping for more from their workspace. Streamline is a place that social change organisations can have their team work alongside each other once again, and have the opportunity to meet others with social change ambitions, in a truly inclusive, accessible, and creative environment.
“We have worked hard and put a lot of time and planning into the building with the needs of our tenants in mind. We can be truly flexible when it comes to contracts and workspace requirements. There is also a wide range of meeting rooms and communal spaces, because we believe some of the best ideas happen away from your desk.”