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One of Bristol’s most anticipated new residential developments launched for sale in Autumn 2019.

Factory No.1 in Bedminster offers 271 new apartments, many of them crafted from the same buildings that were once the headquarters of Imperial Tobacco. Award-winning heritage developer City & Country . To further support the off-plan marketing for this incredible development, City and Country chose to work with Signs Express Bristol on a series of hoarding boards and office signage.
For years, Consort House and Regent House were some of Bedminster’s most eye-catching landmarks, paying homage to the city’s great tobacco heritage. Sadly, these buildings became redundant and were falling into disrepair. Having converted The General just over the river, City and Country knew that at Factory No1 could create a complementary yet more affordable range of conversion and new apartments, while breathing new life into these historic buildings.

Signs Express Bristol were commissioned to utilise the brands designs to create and install hoarding boards to market these incredible properties to prospective buyers and to create office signage above the developments main office for general enquiries.

This was an incredible project to be part of not just to showcase how efficiently and accurately the Signs Express Bristol team can supply and install the signage but also to be part of the development of such as historic part of the city of Bristol..
Promotional Signage: City & Country
Promotional Signage: City & CountryPromotional Signage: City & Country
Hoarding Board Design: City & Country
Hoarding Board Design: City & CountryHoarding Board Design: City & Country
Signage: Factory No.1 Bedminster
Signage: Factory No.1 BedminsterSignage: Factory No.1 Bedminster
Exterior Signage: Factory No.1
Exterior Signage: Factory No.1Exterior Signage: Factory No.1
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