Easy to get to by public transport, The City College is located on the edge of the trendy Hoxton and Shoreditch areas of London which have vibrant arts and entertainment districts with great places to eat, art galleries and bars. The Old Street area itself has recently been nicknamed “Silicon Roundabout’ and is a rapidly expanding centre for new companies specializing in computing, gaming, mobile apps and design.
Please check the TFL website (https://tfl.gov.uk/plan-a-journey/) before travelling to the College building as currently, there is a lot of construction inside the station and the roundabout.
How to get to The City College:
By London Underground and Overground trains:
Once you arrive at Old Street station, please follow signs to Subway 4/Exit 4, then walk forwards along City Road (where you can see two very tall buildings, the Atlas building and the M by Montcalm, which is a very angular triangle-shaped building, in front). After approximately 80 yards, at the traffic lights, take the right fork into East Road, walking along the right-hand side of the Atlas building. Keep walking for another 200 yards, and you will find The City College on your left.
If you are close by, you may wish to walk to the College. If you would prefer to ride a bike, there are Santander cycles for hire opposite the College building. If you are riding your own bike, you can use Cycle Street for locations to secure you bike.
Other stations nearby:
Buses that pass close to the college are 21, 43, 76, 135, 141, 205, 214 and 271.
For more detailed information, go to TFL Journey Planner.
Parking in this area is very restricted so we advise you to use public transport.
The City College is within easy reach of Gatwick, Heathrow, London City and Stansted airports, all of which have rail or tube links with London.
Access to the premises
The College is located at University House, 55 East Road, London N1 6AH. The physical environment of the premises is consistent with buildings of this age and design.
Entry to the premises is made at ground floor level direct from the pavement. Currently there is no lift access available in the premises though this is under review. The College occupies the first, second and third floor of the premises, and is accessed using stairs. Reception is found on the first floor.
Doorway access within the building is of a standard size. There is emergency lighting, an emergency alarm throughout the premises and a handrail by each staircase. Limited parking is available near to the College for which a fee must be paid (this is external and is not associated with the College).