Visiting us

We encourage all visitors to travel to our office with as little impact on the environment as possible. Here's how.

First of all, where to find us

Our Central Bristol office is located at: Ecosurety Limited Fermentation Building South, Hawkins Lane, Finzels Reach, Bristol, BS1 6JQ
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Visiting us on foot

If you are based in or near Central Bristol, walking is the best option. However you travel to see us, you will need to approach on foot as our office entrance is located on a pedestrianised passageway, Hawkins Lane. This is to the right-hand side of our building, as viewed from East Tucker Street. If you are approaching from the shopping quarter across the water, you will need to walk over Castle Bridge which leads directly onto Hawkins Lane and our office entrance.

Travelling by bicycle

Bristol is the first cycling city in the UK and has a fantastic mix of cycle routes on most major roads and traffic free routes across the heart of the city.
Find out more about Bristol cycle routes

Taking the bus

There are numerous bus services within Bristol and many routes pass within a very short walk of our office. This includes the MetroBus that runs a fast service to train stations, Park and Ride locations and the outskirts of the city. The Travel West website enables you to quickly plan a public transport journey to our office - use BS1 6JQ as the destination.
Plan your public transport journey with Travel West

Aboard the waterbus

A waterbus service is run by Bristol Ferry around the floating harbour where we are located, including from Temple Meads train station. The stop at Castle Bridge is only a one minute walk from our office at Finzels Reach.
Find out more about Bristol Ferry services

Catching the train

Bristol Temple Meads train station is a 12 minute walk from our office along the waterfront, perfect for visiting us from further afield. Serving millions of passengers every year, it offers mainline services to and from London, Cardiff, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds and Edinburgh, to name but a few!
Plan your train journey

Jumping on an e-scooter

The West of England is part of a government trial of hop-on hop-off e-scooters, available for anyone to rent with a provisional or full driving license. Operated by Voi, you will find them located all over the city to help make the journey to our office that little bit quicker (and more fun). Register on the app first.
Visit Voi to get the app

Driving by electric car

The nearest EV charge point to our office is located nearby on Counterslip Road, operated by Charge Your Car. There are also Revive charge points in Bristol City Council car parks including Park and Ride locations at Brislington, Portway and Long Ashton. Click 'Show more' for information about the nearest car parking locations with charging facilities.
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Nearby car parking with charging points:


Using a Park and Ride

There are many Park and Ride locations around the outskirts of the city that enable you to conveniently park your car and enjoy a speedy bus journey into the centre of Bristol. Most of these services stop within a short walk of our office.
Find out more about Park and Ride locations

Driving a conventional car

OK, it's the least environmentally friendly mode of transport to visit our office, but if you are arriving by car there is on-street parking available nearby. Click 'Show more' for locations of the nearest public car park facilities to our office. Please don't forget that you can alternatively request a virtual meeting (see below).
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The nearest public car parks to our office are:

(Please click the links for Google map directions)



Meet us virtually instead

If you are unable to travel to our office sustainably we will happily set up an online or hybrid meeting instead using MS Teams or Zoom, accessible on mobile and desktop devices. Please just let us know!
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