How to find us

Wheelchair access:

15 Norham Gardens
Follow directional signs down the passage on the left hand side of the building to access the side-door entrance. For visitors without swipe card access there is an intercom system just outside the door which communicates with staff in Reception and the door can be remotely opened from there.

This entrance provides independent access to Seminar Room A, the toilets in the Common Room and, via a lift, to the Library and all floors in the New building. There is no wheelchair access to upper floors in the Old Building.

There is external access to the Garden Building at the right hand side of No 15 past the caretaker’s house and this also has lift access to the first floor of that building.

28 and 30 Norham Gardens (Bruner Building)
Wheelchair access to the ground floor of the Bruner Building is via the central door in the new extension which connects the two old buildings. Inside the door is a wheelchair lift which provides access to this floor including Seminar Room J, a disabled toilet and the offices on this floor. There is no wheelchair access to upper floors in the Bruner Building.

Page last modified: February 13, 2014

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