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Waiting for the paint to dry

by on September 17, 2015

I thought I’d give you an update on our office move plans. As is often the case, the best laid plans have gone slightly awry and we’re still in our old offices in Temple Quay House.

However, once the paint has dried in our new offices we will still be making a short hop across town to the new Planning Portal Towers (aka the Spectrum Building for those that are local.) We’re lucky enough to have found a small but perfectly formed office about 10 minutes’ walk from where we are now and we’re really looking forward to moving into to our own place where we hope to welcome plenty of customers and partners in future.

We expect to be packing our bags by 25th September and will be moving around then.

Contact information

For those who need it, our postal address will be:

Planning Portal

Suite C 4th Floor

Spectrum Building

Bond Street

Bristol

BS1 3LG

Our email addresses will also be changing on the date of the move. The name format will be the same but you’ll need to replace @planningportal.gsi.gov.uk with @planningportal.co.uk. We’ll have a re-direct in place for a short period of time. Mobile numbers will be unchanged.

Our support service will remain available throughout the move itself, as will our online help centre which can be found at http://www.planningportal.gov.uk/general/contact

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