From the North
If you are travelling by car, the nearest exit is Junction 26 from the M1. From Junction
26 take the A610 to Nottingham then head for Nottingham City Centre. This will take
you over 3 roundabouts including the one as you exit the motorway. Continue along
the A610 (which is also called Nuthall Road then Alfreton Road) until you come to a
traffic light junction with Gregory Boulevard/Radford Boulevard and Alfreton Road.
Turn right at the junction which has filter lights. Carphone Warehouse is at this
junction. This is Radford Boulevard. Turn left into Norton Street just past the big
white Natwest Building. (If you reach the traffic light junction with Hartley Road you
have gone too far). You can see Castle Cavendish as soon as you turn into Norton
Street. Turn right into Dorking Road which is a private road. Visitor parking is
available at the front of the building
From the South
If you are travelling by car, the nearest exit is Junction 25 from the M1. From Junction
on 25 take the A52 to Nottingham City Centre. This will take you along the Derby
Road where you will eventually pass Queens Medical Centre (University Hospital) on
your right. Continue along the Derby Road turning left at the lights at the junction
with Lenton Boulevard and Derby Road. Continue along Lenton Boulevard crossing
over two traffic light junctions, the first being Ilkeston Road and the second being
Hartley Road. (Lenton Boulevard eventually becomes Radford Boulevard.) As soon
as you cross over the Hartley Road lights, indicate to turn right into Norton Street.
This is a small street and you can see Castle Cavendish as soon as you turn right.
Turn right again into Dorking Road. Visitor parking is available at the front of the
If you are travelling by train, the nearest station is Nottingham on the Midland
Mainline network. There are Hackneyed cabs at the station. Please ask the driver to
take you to Gregory Boulevard opposite Aldi. Dorking Road is a private road and
is located off Norton Street. Access to Norton Street is via Hartley Road or Radford
Boulevard. These are well known streets to taxis. Our building can be identified by
the blue blinds (as people say) and the blue turrets.