Thursday 10 November
The Salisbury centre aims to be accessible to all and we are committed to continual improving our facilitates to improve access. If you have any queries or recommendations on how to improve our access, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would require assistance to leave the building in the event of an emergency evacuation, please be sure to let us know either in advance (by emailing email@example.com) or on arrival. If you are organising an event as the Salisbury Centre, please be aware participants who require assistance need to have completed Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan form (PEEP). These forms need to be completed in with your participants personal information and specific access needs.
For floor Layout, door dimensions and stair information please click here.
All our toilets are All Gender.
We have one accessible All Gender toilet with an emergency call cord with level access for wheelchairs.
Getting to the Centre
Our address is:
The Salisbury Centre
2 Salisbury Road
Transport routes to the centre (Last update October 2022)
To reach the centre there are several directly buses.
Direct buses are 5, 7, 49, 14, 37, X62, 8, 29, 31, 30, 3, x31, 33, x37, 47.
Please check the Lothian bus website for the most up to date information.
Parking at the centre (Last updated October 2022)
There is no parking at the centre. The parking rates for the Salisbury Road are as follows (please check the council parking rates for most up to date information):
|Salisbury Road parking fees:|
|Up to 30minutes||£1.45|
The maximum length of stay is 4 hours.
Payment can be over the phone, via the RingGo parking app or in cash(coins).
Use the Just Park App for other parking availability
Accessibility for families
We are in the process of improving our facilities for families.
We recently bought a baby changing table to provide families the easier changing access. Our baby changing table can be located in the cupboard next to the All Gender disabled toilet.
We do advise parents/guardians that in our garden we do have a pond, well and sharps objects/tools. It is your responsibility to make sure your child is safe and treating the garden with care.
Improvements we are working towards:
We recently received funding from the Bruce Wake Charitable Trust to buy two wheelchair ramps to our garden and to widen our kitchen doorway.
We do not yet have drop kerbs however, we have made a request with the local council.
Please email us if you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org