Blenheim Walk building (LS2 9AQ)
The Blenheim Walk building is situated on Blenheim Walk, at the top of Woodhouse Lane, opposite the Parkinson Tower of the University of Leeds.
The nearest public car park is the multi-storey car park which is 400 metres beyond Blenheim Walk towards the City Centre. This is clearly signed and accessed from the slip road to the inner ring road shown on the map.
The address that accommodates our higher education courses:
City Centre building (Vernon Street, LS2 8PH)
The City Centre building is on Vernon Street, between the Merrion Shopping Centre and Millennium Square. Some on-street parking is available, but it is expensive and limited to two hours. We suggest that you use one of the pay and display or multi-storey car parks in the area.
The address that accommodates our further education courses:
Arriving by car
Follow the signs for the city centre, Leeds General Infirmary and the universities. We recommend parking at the Woodhouse Lane multistorey car park for Blenheim Walk, and The Light or St John’s Centre car parks for Vernon Street.
Arriving by rail
The Vernon Street building is a ten minute walk from Leeds railway station. The Blenheim Walk building is a further ten minute walk from there. Taxis are available from the station forecourts or you can catch bus 1 or 1B from the stop on Infirmary Street outside the station. Get off the bus at the Parkinson Tower, University of Leeds.
Arriving by coach
The Vernon Street building is a ten minute walk from the coach station and Blenheim Walk is a further ten minutes from there. Taxis are available outside the station or you can catch bus 6, 8, 27 or 29. Get off the bus at Parkinson Tower, University of Leeds.
Arriving by air
Leeds Bradford international airport is about eight miles from the city centre. Manchester airport has regular, direct rail connections to Leeds railway station.
Special needs or access requirements
Due to current building works we have no car parking. The nearest car park is Woodhouse Lane car park, which is five minutes away. Alternatively Leeds City Council operate a website where you can identify the closest and appropriate on-street car parking. This map shows if there is specific space available for blue badge holders,