Weathervane, Clocktower at Harris Manchester College, Univeristy of Oxford
Contact us - Oxford
Stay safe - Covid-19
We are deeply committed to ensuring the safety of our staff and clients as a primary concern. Thus whilst the UK government seeks to stimulate the economy by encouraging businesses to re-open their front doors we believe that it is not yet safe to expose our staff or clients to any risk.
Accordingly whilst we remain very much open for business we have adapted our systems to offer only remote consultations to our clients as a part of our "new normal".
Whilst in safer times we welcome face to face meetings we would ask you to bear with us and to deal with us using only electronic means, be it via Zoom, Skype, Google hangouts, Whatsapp, Microsoft Teams or any other mutually convenient platform.
Clarendon Business Centre
East Point Business Park
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How to find us in Oxford:
Going northwards on A34 get on to the Southern By-Pass Road to the south of Oxford:
Go East along Southern by pass road and get on to the Eastern By-Pass Road A4142 (Ring Road) go straight on at Littlemore roundabout staying on the A4142. You will be driving past our office but due to the dual carriageway go under the fly-over at the big roundabout at the Eastern By-pass Road (Ring Road) fly-over and come back on yourself along A4142 Eastern by pass again. Come off A4142 at Sandy Lane West. Look to your right and the Clarendon Business Centre is a big modern red brick building.
Approaching from the A40:
If you are approaching from A40, come off the Headington roundabout by McDonald’s going south on the Eastern By-pass Road (Ring Road) A4142. Go over the flyover near Oxford Business Park along Eastern By-pass Road (Ring Road) and come off at Sandy Lane West. Look to your right and the Clarendon Business Centre is a big modern red brick building.
Nearby bus routes include the Oxford Bus Company (number 5 service) and Stagecoach services (numbers 1,12 and 12A services).
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Hertford Bridge, often called "the Bridge of Sighs", is a skyway joining two parts of Hertford College over New College Lane in Oxford, England
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