Derby

Office Location Derby

Pick Everard
Kenning Studio,
47a Queen Street
Derby DE1 3DE

Tel: 0345 045 0050
Fax: 01332 299664
Email: derbyoffice@pickeverard.co.uk

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Cycling
Cycle routes can be planned using the following websites: Transport Direct Route Planner, Sustrans. Alternatively find the Derby cycle map here: Cycle Derby and click on the ‘download the Cycle Derby Map’ box at the bottom of the home page.
Bicycles can be parked and secured in an allocated area in the car park. Fixed lock up points are provided. Bicycles are left at the owners risk and the Partners accept no responsibility for loss or damage. Our car park is located on Cathedral Road just round the corner from Queen Street. To walk to our office turn right out of the car park and walk up to the traffic lights. You will see The Dolphin Pub opposite. Turn right at the crossroads onto Queen Street/Iron Gate and you will find our office on the right.

Rail
Derby train station is located about a 20 minute walk from our office. To plan a journey by train, use the following websites: Traveline, National Rail Enquiries
On existing the train station turn right along Railway Terrace, then left into Siddals Road.  At the fork turn left to continue along Siddals Road.  Walk straight across the open air car park and cross the A601 by the Pentagon Island at the traffic signals.  Continue straight ahead along the Morledge, walking under the multi-story car park bridge.  Continue to the end of the Morledge and at the roundabout go straight ahead along Corporation Street. Go straight ahead again at the next roundabout onto Full Street. Follow Full Street around to the left where it will meet Queen Street. Our office is on the left opposite Ye Olde Dolphin public house.

Bus
Many bus services stop close to our office. To plan a journey by bus, use the following website: Traveline. Alternatively the Derbyshire bus maps can be viewed here: Bus Maps.

Park and Ride
Two Park and Ride services run in Derby:

  • The Meteor Centre is located to the north of the City on the A61.
  • Pride Park is located to the east of the City near the A52.

Routes, timetables, and charges can be found on this website: Park and Ride. The Park and Ride buses stop in the City centre within 10 minutes walk of our office.

Car
From the north side of Derby ring road, A601, St. Alkmund’s Way, turn into Cathedral Road towards the city centre. At the end of this road turn left; this is still Cathedral Road. Our car park is located approximately 75 yards up Cathedral Road on the right.
To walk to our office turn right out of the car park and walk up to the traffic lights. You will see The Dolphin Pub opposite. Turn right at the crossroads onto Queen Street/Iron Gate and you will find our office on the right.

To return to the ring road, A601, turn right out of the car park then left at the traffic lights onto Queen Street. Turn left at the next traffic lights onto King Street, A6. Follow the A6 along Garden Street (currently heading north) then turn right at a major junction to follow the A6 heading south back towards the city centre, Duffield Road. Carry straight on along the A6 back onto King Street then take the slip road onto the ring road, A601, St. Alkmund’s Way heading either east or west as appropriate.

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