The South West office covers the following areas:
- Isles of Scilly
Our office is partly accessible for visitors with mobility, hearing and/or visual impairments.
Pay and display parking is available on Queen Square, about 20 metres across a cobbled road.
If parking is not available nearby, passengers can be dropped off at the entrance to 29 Queen Square.
Access and facilities
Unfortunately, our office is not suitable for wheelchair users due to three steps with no rails to the entrance of this listed building. If you have any mobility problems, please advise your meeting host as we can provide assistance with access or discuss alternative arrangements.
The interior of the Bristol office has steep stairs and uneven floors in areas. However, there are meeting rooms, toilets and a kitchen on the ground floor. The first meeting room situated off the hall is accessible to those who can access the steps into the building. The second meeting room, kitchen and toilets are difficult to access in a wheelchair due to narrow doorways and turns, and uneven surfaces.
Portable induction loops are available from reception.
Assistance dogs are welcome.
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