Directions

BSLworks, 2nd Floor, Suites B and C, 31-33 College Road, Harrow HA1 1EJ, Middlesex, UK

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Venue: BSLworks, Harrow – closer than you think from Central London!

Liverpool Street to Harrow on the Hill = 45 minutes
London Bridge to Harrow on the Hill = 36 minutes
Waterloo to Harrow on the Hill = 34 minutes
Marylebone Station to Harrow on the Hill = 12 minutes

Directions If travelling to Harrow on the Hill station, turn right out of the barriers and walk (past Costa) to the main road, taking a right onto College Road. The office is literally 30 seconds walk, next door to a small parade of shops including two news-agents and a cafe. BSLworks is on the second floor. Walk up the stairs and either buzz, or text me on  07989853172. After this I will give you the relevant codes to let yourself in.

Direction: https://www.google.co.uk/maps/place/Harrow,+Greater+London+HA1+1EJ/@51.5798856,-0.3354976,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x487613748e8f74b1:0x95be1a0888ddcc2

Information about Harrow-on-the-Harrow with street map:
PDF download

Harrow Cycle Lane:
PDF download

Harrow_cycle_lanesPlan your journey:
TFL Interactive Map

Underground:
Harrow-on-the-Hill (Metropolitan line) – 2 minute walk

Overground:
Train station: Harrow-on-the-Hill for Chiltern Railways from Marylebone, Aylesbury or High Wycombe.

Harrow main bus station:
114, 140, 182, 183, 186, 223, 258, 340, 395, H9, H10, H14, H17, H18, H19 (next door to Harrow-on-the-Hill tube/train station)

Alternatively tube/train stations:
Kenton or Harrow & Wealdstone (Bakerloo line) – trains run from Euston or Watford – London Midland trains, take any buses towards Harrow main bus station.

Please note after 6:30pm and at the weekend the main front entrance will be closed. Please go through the blue gate and turn left, you will come to two blue doors. Use the 2nd door for entrance. It will probably be closed in this case please text me on; 07989853172. I will come down to open the door for you.

Car parking during the week the office parking is mostly full and used by other people who work in the building. After 6:30pm it usually quietens down and, if you are lucky, sometimes there are car park spaces. During the daytime you would have to use one of the alternative car parks, here are the links to information; file:///C:/Users/BSLworks%20Director/Downloads/Table_of_Car_Parks_Jan_2014.pdf  

Or park in one of the two of main shopping centres in St. George’s or St. Ann’s car parks.