Wednesday, May 23, 2012


Phone number 0113 812 7475 | postcode LS6 3QS
Journey planning
From the city centre, you should allow 30 minutes to get to the LRC (if driving or cycling) and 45 minutes if you are on the bus (just to be on the safe side).
Campus service busses 92 and 28A run from Woodhouse Lane (bus stop opposite Broadcasting Place) directly to the Leeds Met HeadingleyCampus. Other bus services drop off on the OtleyRoad. You should allow 15 –20 minutes to walk from the OtleyRoad to the LRC.
Routes Around the City
Inner Ring Road.
This road is designed to route traffic away from the centre of Leeds. The main stretch runs in a semi-circle from west (A58(M)) to east (A64(M)). In the west, it connects with the M621 J2 via the ArmleyGyratory and A643; in the east, it connects with M621 J4 via the A61.
Routes to the University
Civic Quarter
From the M621 follow Meadow Rd, Victoria Rd and Neville St to City Square. This is City Centre Loop junction 1. Continue until junction 4 (Civic Hall). Keep left and the City Campus buildings will be 400 yards along on the right (beyond the Civic Hall).
HeadingleyCampus (post code LS6 3QS)
From Motorways, start as above. As you reach the Civic Hall, and before you come to the CalverleyStreet buildings, turn right onto Portland Way. At the top of Portland Way, turn left onto the A660. Continue on the A660 for about 4 miles. HeadingleyCampus is signposted to your left (please note the sign is marked Beckett Park Campus).
LRC visitors should use the ChurchwoodEntrance (staffed barriers). From the City Centre –go past the BP garage on the A660 (OtleyRoad) and turn left after the pedestrian crossing. From the ring road (A6210) –go past the Village Hotel, through the traffic lights and turn right before the pedestrian crossing.
Bike parking is available at the LRC. There is the pay and display car park at the Churchwoodentrance. Unusual circumstances can be accommodated by liaising with CARES on 01138128585.

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