Bristol

Bristol

United Kingdom

CMS in Bristol is focused on four areas: real estate, banking litigation, insurance litigation and commercial, servicing national and international clients.

Working with some of our largest clients, particularly within the financial institutions sector, our team in Bristol leverages the strength of CMS’ other national and international offices to deliver comprehensive solutions.

Our 40 lawyers in Bristol are firmly embedded within our real estate and financial institutions sector groups and deliver cost effective and flexible services whilst maintaining the highest standard of quality.

If you would like more information about our services, please come and visit us, reach out via our online contact form or give us a call.

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Directions

From the Airport

Bristol airport is located 9 miles from the office.

  • Bus – buses depart approx. every 10 minutes from outside the terminal building taking you to directly into the city centre. The journey takes approx. 30 minutes.
  • Taxi – the journey takes approx. 20 minutes and costs approx £25.

By car

If you are travelling by car, please enter postcode BS1 5UE into your satnav for directions to the office.

Millennium Square car park is a short walk from the office.

By train

Temple Meads train station is located 1.5 miles from the office. 

  • Taxi – the journey takes approx. 12 minutes.

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Location

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
College Square
2 Anchor Road
Bristol
BS1 5UE
United Kingdom
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