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Our Highnam offices are located just a few miles west of Gloucester and just a couple of minutes from the main A40 road between the city and the Forest of Dean. There is plenty of parking around the building.
If you are travelling by bus or car from Gloucester it's about a 12 minute journey to Highnam.
If you're using public transport, the numbers 32 and 132 run hourly from Gloucester bus station, which is handily located next to the train station. The bus stop for the business park is on the main road and is about a three minute walk from our offices.
You can also travel by bike from Gloucester - there is a cycle track that runs through Highnam and this takes about 25 minutes. There are cycle facilities on the business park, too.
The Welsh office is situated at The Lindens in Llandrindod Wells, Powys. It was previously down the road in Builth Wells. Llandrindod Wells lies astride the A483, seven miles north of its junction with the A470 at Builth Wells and three miles south of its junction with the A44 at Crossgates.
If you're coming from Builth Wells: keep with the A483 until you reach a mini-roundabout and then turn left onto Spa Road. The Lindens is 100m along on the right.
If you're coming from Crossgates: go straight on at the roundabout on the edge of town and continue with the A483. Go straight on at the traffic lights until you reach a mini-roundabout (around 200m after), then turn right at the mini-roundabout. This is Spa Road (one-way) and The Lindens is 100m on the right.
The Lindens doesn't have its own dedicated parking spaces, however there is roadside parking on Spa Road, and 'one hour only' spaces outside the office on the Lindens Walk, a one way road just to the north of the office. Alternatively, there is roadside parking on Princes Ave, which is a short walk across the A483 to the south.
The Lindens is about a five-minute walk from the train and bus station. The station is linked by the Heart of Wales line to Swansea and Shrewsbury. Trains run about four times a day. For bus and train times from Llandrindod Wells, check out Powys Public Transport Map.
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