- Accommodation & Travel
Although Sheffield is known as a great northern city – and local take great pride to be from Yorkshire – but if you look on the map, you will see that Sheffield is actually located right in the middle of the UK, with great transport links to the rest of the country.
The closest airports are:
To find out more on how to travel to and from these airports, as well as London Heathrow, Gatwik or Stansted, please visit the following link. For directions to and from Manchester Airport, please click here.
The University's City Campus (conference venue) is in the centre of Sheffield, immediately opposite both the train and bus station. The train and coach stations are clearly signposted at every airport in the UK. Follow the signs or ask at the information desk. Visit National Rail Enquiries for times and fares to travel by train, or call 08457 48 49 50. Visit the National Express website for current information on coach times, fares and to book tickets.
The University's City Campus (conference venue) address and postcode are: City Campus – Howard Street, Sheffield, S1 1WB (if you’re using satnav please use S1 4RF.
To get directions to City Campus or view a map of City Campus buildings, please click here.
There is limited on-street pay and display parking on Arundel Street. Daily subsidised car parking next to SHU are also available at two of the car parks closest to the campus.
If you're a blue badge holder, you can arrange parking at either campus by phoning them Monday to Friday between the hours of 08:30 and 16:30 on 0114 225 3868.
Travel South Yorkshire provides information about local buses and Supertram, including timetables, journey planning, tickets and park and ride services. Call the Traveline on 01709 515151 for more information.