Michael Sadler Building Accessible Directions

The Michael Sadler Building is located to the left of and slightly behind the Parkinson Building as you look from Woodhouse Lane.  There are two routes to the building.

From Parkinson Court: From inside Parkinson Court, follow the ‘blue route’ on the map into the Baines Wing.  Go through the double doors from Parkinson Court and take the first right through the next set of doors.  Go down the ramp and follow the corridor along into the Baines Wing.  Follow the signs for the exit, going around the corridor to the left.  Exit the Baines Wing and the Michael Sadler Building is directly in front of you.  For the accessible entrance to Michael Sadler, turn right and follow the path to the end of the building, past the public seating and sculpture, and then next cream building with white paintwork (Botany House) and take the next left and left again.  Go back past the seating and sculpture.  Michael Sadler is the next building on your left, and the accessible entrance is on your left.

From outside on Woodhouse Lane: From the front of Parkinson Steps, follow the path to your right past link building.  Take the next right (before the Ziff Building), and the Michael Sadler building is on your right. For the accessible entrance to Michael Sadler, follow the road to the end of the building.  Turn right and the accessible entrance is on your left.

Room LG10: From the accessible entrance, go along the corridor, past the stairs, past the lifts, and LG.10 is on the left.

Room LG15: From the accessible entrance, go through one set of double doors, and LG.15 is on your right.

Room LG 16: From the accessible entrance, go through one set of double doors, and LG.16 is second on the right.

Room LG 17: From the accessible entrance, go through one set of double doors, and LG.17 is first on the right.

Room LG19: From the accessible entrance, go through one set of double doors, and room LG.19 is on the left.

Rupert Beckett Lecture Theatre: From the accessible entrance, go through two sets of double doors, and the Rupert Beckett lecture theatre is just on your right.