We are a multi-disciplinary environmental company near bath, providing consultancy and research services in sustainability and environmental planning.
Whether visiting us from outside the UK, via Gatwick or Heathrow airport, from Central Bath or from elsewhere in the UK by car or by train, follow these directions to our offices in the historic town of Bradford on Avon, near Bath.
From Gatwick airport
If you leave Gatwick from the South exit, get onto the M23, signposted to London, joining at junction 9/9A and leaving at junction 8 onto the M25 ( junction 7), towards Heathrow.
If you leave Gatwick from the North exit get onto the A23 to Redhill. At the Longbridge roundabout, join the A217 to Reigate. Follow signs to the M25 and join at junction 8, towards Heathrow.
Leave the M25 at junction 15, signposted M4 (junction 4B). Now follow directions from the M4.
From Heathrow airport
This route is fairly straightforward. Follow the signs for M4 (West) and get onto the M4 at junction 4, heading towards Reading/Bath. Now follow directions from the M4.
From the M4
Leave the M4 at junction 18, signposted Bath. Take the A46 towards Bath, for approximately 5 miles and then join the A4 away from Bath, towards Chippenham and Bradford on Avon. This is the Batheaston bypass, a duel carriageway with a strict 50 mile per hour limit.
At the next roundabout turn Right to Bradford on Avon, onto the A363. You will go under a railway bridge and then up a steep hill continuing for approximately 6 miles, into Bradford-On-Avon. At the first mini roundabout, keep going straight on and at the second, bear right down a steep, winding hill (Masons Lane) signposted to the town centre.
Once you are at the bottom of Masons Lane, turn right and you should immediately cross the historic Town Bridge. Follow the road until you reach the railway station, ignore the fork to Trowbridge and go straight ahead following the sign to Frome. Go straight over a mini-roundabout and you will shortly cross the Canal. Turn left at the next mini roundabout, when you see the sign for Budgens.
Take the next right then left for Treenwood House.
By Train Network Rail Timetables
Take a train to Bath Spa. From Bath you can connect to Bradford on Avon station or, alternatively take a 20 minute taxi ride.
From Bradford on Avon train station, Treenwood House is either a 10 minute walk or a short taxi ride. If walking, proceed towards the main road and then turn right past the Three Horse Shoes pub. Keep walking, past one mini roundabout and over the canal. When you see another mini roundabout, turn left and walk for a short time until a third mini roundabout where you turn right. Treenwood House is the building on your left and our buzzer is on the right hand door.
By Canal boat!
Kenet & Avon to Bradford on Avon wharf.