Glasgow

Office Location Glasgow

Pick Everard
100 Berkeley Street
Glasgow G3 7HU

Tel: 0141 204 2044
Fax: 0141 204 2045
Email: glasgowoffice@pickeverard.co.uk

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Cycling
Cycle routes can be planned using the following websites: CycleStreets, Sustrans. Alternatively access the Glasgow cycle map here: Encouraging Cycling
There are no facilities to park cycles at our Glasgow office. Limited public cycle parking stands are available on North Street between the ends of Berkeley Street and Kent Road. Bicycles are left at the owners risk and the Partners accept no responsibility for loss or damage.

Rail
Glasgow Central 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 exiting the station turn left into Gordon Street then right onto Hope Street. Turn left into St. Vincent Street (not Lane) and follow this road over the motorway bridge. Turn right onto Elderslie Street. When you approach the junction of Elderslie Street with Berkeley Street our office is on the left.

Bus
To plan a journey by bus, use the following website: Traveline. A map of Glasgow’s bus services can be found here: Bus service information.

Car
From South (Carlisle)
Join A74 following signs for Glasgow and Edinburgh, passing Gretna Service Area, Annandale Water Service Area, Abington Service Area, Happendon Service Area, Hamilton Service Area until you get to Junction 4 (M73). Branch left to join M73 signposted for Stirling. Continue along M73 until Junction 2 (A8/M8) branching left to join M8 signposted for Glasgow City Centre. Continue until Junction 17 at Charing Cross. Leaving motorway at Charing Cross exit and get into the right hand lane. Proceed through the traffic lights at large junction with Tay House (large pink building ahead of the lights) in the right hand lane, to the next set of traffic lights. Take a right turn at these traffic lights getting into the left lane (to your left hand side will be the Mitchell Library at these lights). Going through these traffic lights this will lead you into Berkeley Street. Pick Everard's office is on the corner of Berkeley Street and Elderslie Street. There is pay and display parking on Berkeley Street or Elderslie Street.

From Inverness (Longman Roundabout)

At A82 at Longman Roundabout (at Junction with A9) take third exit A9 (signposted for Perth). Continue on this road to Raigmore Interchange (A96/B685) and keep going forward following signs for Perth, passing the Slochd Summit, Summit of Drumochter Pass. At Inveralmond Roundabout (Junction with A912) take second exist (signposted for Stirling). AT Junction with A93/M90 (Broxden Roundabout) take third exit and continue on past B8081 junction for Blackford. Continuing through, you will come to the junction with B824/B8033/M9 and at roundabout take third exit – signposted for Glasgow to join motorway M9. Continue on M9 until junction with M80 and join M80. Follow the M80 until Junction 4 (A80/A803) and join the A80. Continue on A80 until Junction with A73/B8048 and take second exit at roundabout. Go forward on the A80 past the junction with M73 – Moodiesburn, continue until the junction with M80 and at roundabout take second exit (signposted for Greenock) to join the motorway M80. Continue along M80 until Junction 1. Joining M8 and continue along until Junction 17, Charing Cross. Leave motorway at Charing Cross exit and getting into the right hand lane. Proceed through the traffic lights at large junction with Tay House (large pink building) in the right hand lane, to the next set of traffic lights. Take a right turn at these traffic lights getting into the left lane (to your left hand side will be the Mitchell Library). Going through these traffic lights this will lead you into Berkeley Street. Pick Everard's office is on the corner of Berkeley Street and Elderslie Street. There is pay and display parking on Berkeley Street or Elderslie Street.

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