Finding us

Where can we find you?

Our office address is:
Gateway House, 59  Clarendon Road, Watford, Hertfordshire WD17 1LA

(which is the building known for being the home of Watford Community Housing Trust.)
Here is a link to view our location on Google Maps

What and where is the Nearest mainline Railway Station?

Watford Junction Station is the nearest station and it sits at one end of Clarendon Road Station and is a 4-5 minute walk away.

Where is the nearest Underground Station?

This is Watford and is on the Metropolitan line some distance away and will take 20-25 minute walk through the town centre. we suggest if you are not sure of the route or have mobility issues a taxi is taken. A taxi rank and taxi office is outside the station.

What Bus Routes is your office on?

As our building is on the main bus route from Watford Town Centre to North Watford, Garston, St Albans etc . Please call Travelline 0871 2002233 to help you, but W1, 10, W30, 302, 321 amongst others pass the building. Although there is request bus stops nearby in both directions the nearest main stop will be Watford Junction Station.

Where is your office compared to Watford Town Centre?

We have already mentioned that at one end of Clarendon Road is Watford Junction, the other end of Clarendon Road joins Watford High Street (a walk of about 8-9 minutes). Clarendon Road is a left-hand turning off Beecham Grove which is  part of the one way system that surrounds the town centre.

What is the nearest Landmark?

We are on the corner of St John’s Road where a set of traffic lights are situated, although St John’s Road is between us the next building to us is the Magistrates Court and the police station.

Accessible parking/disabled parking bays

There are a couple of disabled parking bays in the car park and St Johns Road to the side of the building where Blue Badge holders can park free of charge in the Pay and Display bays.

Accessibility of the building

To the rear of the Gateway House building is a good accessible ramp for wheelchair users and like. There is a ramp at the front of the building but the ramp is not of the same quality and then there is another small wheelchair lift inside to take you up  a couple of feet to the reception area. Therefore we recommend those in Wheelchair’s and some ambulant disabled  use the ramp at the rear of the building as it is easier.

Our office is on the 1st floor and both lifts are accessible to wheelchairs and have audio output fitted. there is an accessible/disabled Toilet near our office  on the same floor.