The office is accessed from street level.
Our office is accessible to wheelchair users and people with limited mobility as there are no stairs to negotiate.
Information if you are getting to PDSO Glasgow by bus, train, car and bike.
There is no direct bus service to our office. The nearest bus stops are at Glasgow Cross.
From there you should head south towards Glasgow High Court. Our office is on the right hand side as you walk south on Saltmarket.
High Street train station is around 0.5 miles from our office. From there you should walk south towards Glasgow Cross and continue south towards Glasgow High Court. Our office is on the right hand side as you walk south on Saltmarket.
Queen Street train station is around 0.8 miles away. From there you should walk south on Queen Street to where it meets Argyle Street. You then turn left and walk until you reach Glasgow Cross. At Glasgow Cross you turn right and head south towards Glasgow High Court.
Parking directly outside our office is prohibited between 8am – 9.15am and 4.15pm – 6pm. This also applies to blue badge holders.
Between 9.15am and 4.15pm there is payable on street parking directly outside our office. Parking between these times is free to blue badge holders.
There is also payable on street parking on the surrounding streets with no time restrictions and, again, this is free to blue badge holders. Glasgow King Street NCP is also close by and has 24 hour access.
There are no parking facilities for bikes in the immediate vicinity of our office.
There is an intercom system to gain access to the office.
Assistance dogs are welcome in our office. Please let us know in advance if you would like us to make any special arrangements to help accommodate them. We will have a bowl of water available for them.
Portable induction loops are available on request. Hearing aid users must turn their hearing aid to the “T” position to use the induction loops.
Please let us know in advance any support you need to visit our office or communicate with us.