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By Public Transport

 

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If you travel by bus to the city centre, you can walk to the building using the directions from the Rail Station above or the directions from Westgate (see below). However, there are many buses which stop near the building on Wellington Street.

 

Frequent buses (usually every 10 minutes during the day):

 

Routes running along southern end of city centre (outside bus station / Duncan Street/Boar Lane / Rail station)

  • 5 Get off at stop just past Crowne Plaza hotel (W10)
  • 4, 16, 16A Get off round the corner past the Yorkshire Post building (W12)

 

Routes running from Eastgate /Headrow then down Park Row and Wellington St

  • 42,33, 33A Get off at stop just past Crowne Plaza hotel (W9)

 

Less frequent buses

 

The following buses also stop on Wellington Street (going west)

  • 62, 62A, 85, 87, 508, 670, 760 Get off at stop just past Crowne Plaza hotel (W10)
  • 14, 72, x11, x14 Get off round the corner past the Yorkshire Post building (W12)

 

You can also walk through to Ebor Court from the Westgate end of the Headrow if your bus takes you to that area of town instead

  • 49, 50, 50A, 19, 19A (in either direction) Get off at Leeds Combined Court/ Leeds Town Hall and follow directions below

 

OfficemapWalking Directions from Westgate

From The Court Centre/Town Hall area, go down either Park Square West or the next street after Falk House (Somers Street); at the end, turn right onto St Paul's Street, at the end (where the International Pool used to be and there is now a big space!) turn left onto Little Queen Street and then turn right to walk along the side of the multistorey carpark which takes you onto Castle Street. You will pass the Inland Revenue offices (Castle House) on your left at the end of this street. Walk across Lisbon Street and bear left onto Skinner Street. Ebor Court is the second red brick building on your right after 'Sterling Capitol'.

 

Walking directions from Leeds Rail Station (about 10 – 15 minutes walk)

Take the exit for City Square. Turn left, cross Aire Street, which goes down to the left, and turn left to walk straight down Wellington Street. You will pass King Street, Britannia Street, Queen Street, Little Queen Street and Lisbon Street on your journey. Take a right immediately after Shulman's Solicitors onto Cropper Gate – which becomes Skinner Street. Follow the road round past the derelict light coloured building and you will see Ebor Court (red brick building) on your left.

 

By Car

 

Please note: If you put in the postcode LS1 4ND on Googlemaps and get directions on there, it will take you to the 'back' of the building, which is alongside the Ringroad/Westgate

 

From the North

Exit the A1 at J45 and continue towards Leeds on the A64. At Seacroft take the 3rd exit to continue on the A64 into Leeds. Continue onto A58(M) and after the tunnel, take the exit marked 'city centre'. Follow the road to the right then take a left onto Westgate (marked 'A58M'). Follow the road down and take the first left marked 'city'. Take a left just before Shulman's Solicitors onto Cropper Gate. Follow the road round into Skinner Street and you will see Ebor Court on your left.

 

From the South

Follow signs M1 North and M621. Leave the M621 at Junction 3 and follow the signs into Leeds City. Pass Peugeot Garage and Energis (Neville Street), passing beneath a long railway bridge. At the second lights after the bridge, turn left and go past Queens Hotel. Take the second lane marked A58/A65 to go straight down Wellington Street. Take a right just before the Crowne Plaza Hotel onto Lisbon Street, take the second left onto Skinner Street. Ebor Court will be on your right.

 

Visitor Parking

There is plenty of pay and display parking on the streets around the building and nearby in the International Pool Car Park.

 

There is very little parking available on site – we have only 2 spaces available for visitors which are designed for people who may be coming for a meeting or to drop something off. These are at the front and should be marked, allocated on a first come first served basis and are available for a maximum of three hours.