Visit us:St Andrews Street
- Magistrates' Court location code:
- DX 98470 PLY
If you have a disability and need help coming to a hearing, please contact the court or tribunal to make sure the facilities meet your specific needs or to discuss a reasonable adjustment you need.
There are no customer parking facilities at this venue, however paid offsite parking is available on the main road at the front of the building and a car park 40 metres from the main entrance.
A disabled ramp leads from the pavement to the main entrance of the court. There is a disabled access gate for entry to the foyer as a wheelchair will not fit through the security arch. A disabled lift is located on the ground floor for access to Court 7. This can be activated by security
Assistance are welcome on site.
Court 1 has a fixed hearing loop. Contact Front of house on 017541 677475.
For Safety and Security, all users and their possessions will be searched by security when they enter the building. We have a security arch. Please alert security if you have a pacemaker.
Male and female public toilets are situated on the ground floor in the main foyer.
Disabled toilet facilities are available on the ground floor in the main foyer for public use.
Vending machines serving hot and cold drinks and snacks.
4 interview rooms are available.
The building has two public waiting area on the ground floor on each side of the building outside Courts 1,2 and 3 – Courts 4,5 and 6. There are separate witness waiting areas. Please ask for details.
Baby changing facilities are available in the disabled toilet on the ground floor.
This court has Prison Video Link facilities which is also available for conferences and legal visits.
To book a booth email email@example.com, subject heading – Video Link Booking or telephone 01752 677475.
No public Wifi is available.
Witness care offices are situated outside courts 4, 5 and 6.
Cases heard at this venue
- Domestic violence
- Information about the Employment TribunalEmployment
- Information about the Social Security and Child Support TribunalSocial security