The Lansdowne in Bournemouth is an exciting place where ideas, innovations, technology and enterprise flourish close to the free and relaxed climate of the beach.

Workers, visitors, residents and students exchange ideas and knowledge in the many vibrant streets, plazas and parks. The synergy of education, places to live, dynamic work spaces and culture create an atmosphere of enterprise.

Bournemouth is an affluent town and one of the major commercial centres on the south coast, located approximately 105 miles south-west of central London. The Bournemouth and Poole conurbation is an established office location with occupiers including: Ageas UK, AJ Gallagher, Barclays, Health on Line, JP Morgan, Liverpool Victoria, Lloyds, McCarthy & Stone, Nationwide, Teachers Assurance, Vitality Health and Xerox.

Bournemouth has seen a huge surge in development activity.

Hilton hotel, Bournemouth
The seafront at night, Bournemouth airpot and people shopping
A hot air balloon and Bournemouth pier

Bournemouth Town Centre skyline has been transformed by the completion of two new hotels - The Hilton and Hampton by Hilton. The site of the former NCP car park is also being redeveloped as part of a £50M leisure complex known as West Central. Due for completion in 2016, the complex includes family restaurants and a 2,000 seat 10 screen Odeon cinema.

The Bournemouth Development Company has recently completed the construction of the new Citrus Building in the Town Centre comprising 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and a new restaurant on the ground floor, which has been let to Turtle Bay. All 64 apartments of the £12M development have either been sold or reserved. The new Bournemouth University International College, developed by Watkin Jones Group, was completed in 2015 offering courses for students looking to take degrees at Bournemouth University. The 16 storey building comprises academic space, together with 392 student rooms.

There is currently approximately 147,000 people employed within Bournemouth with a heavy bias towards the service sector. The hotel and financial services sectors are particularly well represented. Bournemouth is named as one of the UK’s 21 vibrant digital technology clusters across the UK and has become the UK’s fastest growing town in the digital economy with digital start-up companies rising 212% since 2010. Its strong digital sector is partly driven by the supply of graduates from Bournemouth University and Arts Bournemouth University.

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