Creative agency moves to The Georgian House in Bristol

Roxi Foster, LSH Office Agent

An advertising and creative agency has moved to a refurbished Grade II listed Georgian House in Bristol city centre, following a successful marketing campaign by national property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH)

Stuff Advertising has relocated from its previous premises in Mariner House, Prince Street, to The Georgian House, 129 Cumberland Road, after LSH negotiated a five-year lease.

The move comes as part of an expansion plan for the company, which specialises in digital, brand and advertising communications.

LSH Bristol’s Office Agency team was appointed by its private landlord client to market the property, which had been empty for about three years, while the consultancy’s building surveyors oversaw a £35,000 external refurbishment.

Roxi Foster, LSH Office Agent said: “The refurbishment brought about a real increase in enquiries from businesses looking for a stylish period building and it transformed its look and feel. It quickly led to Stuff Advertising signing up.”

Commenting, Stuff Advertising’s Creative Director Richard Spruce said: “Having outgrown our old office, we were looking for somewhere that allowed us to continue our growth, created a creative space for our team and also retained a bit of Stuff’s long standing character of doing things a bit differently.”

“The new building is wonderfully Georgian with its high ceilings and large rooms but also quirky in its layout and location, so it suits us perfectly. Roxi and the rest of the team at LSH were great to deal with and the whole process went much more smoothly than our previous experiences.”