Our Bristol office benefits from:

  • A large open-plan space in the popular Runway East serviced office building, with views from the office over Bristol Bridge and the river Avon. The office houses two private meeting rooms and a kitchenette
  • Further meeting rooms and social spaces are available in the office building, including a rooftop terrace, on-site café and bar, and regularly hosted events such as ‘Cake Wednesdays’ and free music events
  • Fully stocked kitchen with complimentary fruit and biscuits as well as a coffee machine
  • Lounge area used for collaborative working and socialising during both lunchtimes and company-wide events
  • Situated a convenient 10-minute walk from Temple Meads train station, with local nearby bus stops
  • Costello Medical’s first dog friendly office
  • Exciting professional growth opportunities, with an office that maintains the supportive and friendly ‘small team’ feel
  • Step-free access throughout with lift access, disabled toilets, showers, adjustable workstations and more

Why Bristol?


  • The office is situated a convenient 10-minute walk from Temple Meads train station, and a 7-minute walk to the city centre
  • The office is easily accessible from across the city by bus, bike, boat, train or foot

Housing & Accommodation

  • Bristol has various housing and accommodation options, ranging from locations in the city centre as well as close by towns and villages with direct public transport links
  • Please ask our People team for our House Hunting Guide if you are looking for accommodation and would like support with your search


  • The office space, situated in the Runway East building, includes an on-site café and bar. Further options for eating and drinking can be found within a 2-minute walk of the office, including St Nicholas Market
  • Bristol is home to a variety of dining options, from to hidden and quirky foodie spots to award-winning Michelin-star restaurants. The city boasts a range of cuisines is and also a popular vegan capital
  • Bristol’s dining scene has been awarded one of the ‘Best Culinary Destinations’ in 2019, with choices ranging from restaurants and pubs, afternoon teas and cafes to unique street food. Alongside this, local breweries and distilleries are a popular staple


  • This city is a hot spot for festivals, such as the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, Harbour festival, Upfest, Festival of Light and many more
  • Bristol also has a rich history, with opportunities to visit the Old Vic Theatre, hosting various performances, as well as historical landmarks such as the SS Great Britain
  • The recently refurbished Bristol Beacon offers the city’s largest concert venue, just down the road from Bristol Hippodrome Theatre and St George’s, offering a range of music and theatre performances

Exploring Bristol