Movers and shakers in the world of property and business in Bristol joined Urban Creation to celebrate its 15th anniversary.
At an event at St George’s Bristol, they gathered for an evening of festivities to toast the last 15 years and to look forward to the future.
Jonathan Brecknell, owner and director of Urban Creation, said: “It was brilliant to see so many of the people we have worked with over the last decade and a half at our birthday celebrations.
“Thank you to everyone who came along and a special thank you to the team I work with; without them there is no Urban Creation and their dedication and passion for what we do is enormously appreciated.”
Jonathan started Urban Creation in 2004 with a colleague, seeking out projects where they could add value thanks to their deep knowledge of the planning process and property sector.
Over the last decade and a half, Urban Creation has developed hundreds of stylish apartments for students, professionals and visitors to the city. Clever design and meticulous attention detail are at the core of the company’s ethos.
Jonathan added: “Bristol is a city close to our hearts; I was first here as a student and it’s my home today. We love to spot potential in often complex, historic sites and breathe new life into them, creating places people can truly enjoy staying or living in.”
From cutting-edge construction methods to the latest technology in its student homes and serviced apartments, Urban Creation is certainly not afraid of a challenge and as a result is constantly innovating.
Central to the company’s ethos is also a drive to make a positive difference to the city in which it operates; Urban Creation has supported numerous cultural, charitable and community initiatives over the years, the latest being TAP for Bristol, which supports homeless people.