Bristol, a city bursting with creativity, innovation, and digital technology, has managed to maintain momentum despite these challenging times. With forward-thinking changemakers at the helm, the city was quick to adapt and avoid lockdown inertia. Now, they share a thirst for seeing the city come roaring back to life.

But with a clear focus on the green movement, the essential shift to mixed-use developments and a new relationship forming between high streets and workers, could this be a chance to renegotiate the purpose of the city centre?

• With so much of the future still shrouded in uncertainty, what impact is this having on the city centre? Could urbanisation be the future of Bristol?

• As residential priorities continue to increase and offices undergo a period of adjustment, what new opportunities are opening up in the city?

• In the ‘Your City, Our Future’ recovery plan, what do Bristolians want to see from their city centre? And how can real estate help deliver on these desires?


• James Durie, chief executive, Bristol Chamber & West of England Initiative

• Paddy Hales, head of Bristol office, UK Investment, Savills

• Elena Marco, head of architecture & the built environment, UWE

• Host: Tim Burke, deputy editor, EG

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