Presentation on theme: "PEALSCitywallCitygate St James Boulevard Newcastle Upon Tyne NE1 4JH Tel: +44 (191) 243 0770 By Road Citywall is the building nearest the Chinese Gate."— Presentation transcript:
PEALSCitywallCitygate St James Boulevard Newcastle Upon Tyne NE1 4JH Tel: +44 (191) By Road Citywall is the building nearest the Chinese Gate and opposite the Tyneside Irish Centre on St Andrews Street. There is a pay and display car park to the front of the Citygate complex (charges 80p/hour) and also an NCP car park nearby. These directions are for the limited car parking we have available within the Citygate complex. From South Take the A184 exit from the A1 (signposted Newcastle/Gateshead) Keep in right hand lane (for Newcastle) and continue along A184 over Redheugh Bridge Continue along A189 (signposted City Centre) through Wakenshaw V.C. Junction (signposted City Centre) and Hadrians Wall Junction (signposted City Centre, Ashington) Keep in right lane until Milburn Junction continue forward onto Blenheim Street (A189) Follow the brown sign Blackfriars/West Walls at the traffic lights – Citygate is ahead of you. From the North Take the exit marked A69 Hexham, A186 City- West from the A1. At the roundabout take the first exit onto West Road (A186, City West, Fenham) Follow the A186 (signposted City West, Fenham) At Two Ball Lonnen Roundabout take the 2nd exit onto West Road – A186 (signposted City Centre) At Wingrove Road Roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Westgate Road and turn left onto the A189 At Milburn Junction continue forward onto Blenheim Street Follow the brown sign Blackfriars/West Walls at the traffic lights – Citygate is ahead of you. From West Follow the A69 into Newcastle; cross the A1 roundabout and follow the A186 (West Road) signed City (West). After approx 2 miles you will see the Newcastle General Hospital on your left; continue straight ahead at the traffic lights.
Continue straight on down Westgate Road, past various small shops. Turn left at the traffic lights, signposted City Centre, Ashington A189. Move into the right lane as you approach Milburn Junction (brown sign Blackfriars /West Walls). From East Follow A1058 (Coast Road) into Newcastle and follow signs to the City Centre, through Jesmond/Cradlewell. Continue over 2 small roundabouts and then bear right. Follow signs for A177(M), A696 and A1 (M) to Jedburgh/Morpeth. Drive in the left lane and then filter across to the left side of the road. Exit on the first slip road on the left, signposted for City Centre (North). This leads you onto the Haymarket (Civic Centre to the left). Go straight ahead at the next 2 sets of traffic lights, along Percy Street (Haymarket Bus Station will be on the left). Turn right at first roundabout (TopShop is on the left hand corner). Turn left at next roundabout (Citygate is the large white building to the left). Turn left at the traffic lights and then immediately left which will lead to the front of the building. By rail Newcastle Central Station, tel (0191) Citywall, Citygate, St James Boulevard, is only a short ½ mile walk from the Central Station. On foot from rail station Leave Central Station by main entrance, cross over Neville Street to the Bakers Oven on the other side. On the left hand side of the Bakers Oven is Pink Lane (pedestrian only street). Walk up Pink Lane until Pink Lane crosses Clayton Street, cross over Clayton Street and continue on Pink Lane. Pink Lane joins Westgate Road. Cross over Westgate Road and walk left. Bath Lane (a pedestrian street) joins Westgate Road from the right (at this point you will also see the start of the old City wall on your right). The path along the city wall reaches a moat and bears to the right. Continue to follow the path, which runs between the moat and the walls until you come to a small wooden bridge over the moat. Cross the bridge and you are now standing in a car park in front of the two white buildings. Citywalll entrance is at the end of the building on the right. Option 2 Leave Central Station by main entrance, cross over Neville Street to the Bakers Oven on the other side. On the left hand side of the Bakers Oven is Pink Lane (pedestrian only street). Walk up Pink Lane until Pink Lane crosses Clayton Street. Turn right and walk up Clayton Street; turn left and walk past The Gate complex and Co-operative Building. Turn left into St Andrews Street. At the end of this street you will see the Chinese Gate and the Citygate Buildings ahead. Citywall entrance is opposite the Tyneside Irish Centre. By Metro System The metro system links us to Central Station (5 minutes) and Newcastle International Airport (45 minutes). Both Central Station and Monument Metro stations are within walking distance of our offices; however St James Station is situated directly opposite the Citygate complex, but does involve an extra change.