Airbus has announced plans to build a £70m office facility at its Filton plant near Bristol.
The European company’s plan for the aerospace business park will bring together 2,500 Airbus engineering and design employees in one area.
UK teams make the wings of Airbus aircraft, this includes the world’s largest passenger plane.
Subject to planning permission being obtained, work on the 12-acre site could start in early 2012
- Airbus plans to build £70m Bristol aerospace park (BBC)
- An enhanced work environment for Airbus in the UK (Airbus)
Application: PT05/0749/O (Outline)
Received 18th Mar 2005; Approved 23rd Jun 2006
Redevelopment of site to provide new office campus, research, development and manufacturing buildings, new staff facilities and revised parking and access to A38.
Application: PT11/2038/LB (Listed Building)
Received 22nd Jun 2011; Approved 10th Feb 2012
Refurbishment of Pegasus House, demolish later additions to Old Filton House and refurbish, repair entrance gates, form new pedestrian gate opening in wall
Received 22nd Jun 2011; Approved 30th Sep 2011
Erection of 4-storey Office Building (B1); Energy Centre/Staff Changing Facilities Building; and Data Centre. Associated landscaping, infrastructure and parking.
Received 24th Jan 2012; Approved 5th Mar 2012
Erection of a Data Centre with supporting external plant compound and associated parking.
Airbus Aerospace Park Stories in The Journal
- Airbus site opposite South Gloucestershire and Stroud College.
- Pegasus House.
Airbus Aerospace Park in the Media
Feature on the refurbishment of iconic Pegasus House
5th March 2013 | Bristol Post
Named after the white winged-horse of Greek mythology, Pegasus House at Filton has finally been recognised as one of Bristol’s most historically important buildings.