Location

I have an office in Oakwood, near Roundhay Park:

Oakwood House
637 Roundhay Road
Leeds
LS8 4BA
Tel: 07984002495
Email:
richardmillstherapy@outlook.com
Cut and paste the above into your mail programme, or use the form on the contact page.

See below for directions.

Travel by car

From City Centre:

Drive up Roundhay Road. Go past Tesco (on your left). Oakwood is 500m further on from Tesco.

From the North

It’s very accessible from the Ring Road: come down Street Lane or Wetherby Road.

Please consult a map. If you have difficulty, contact me and I will help.

Finding the front door

• Go to Oakwood Clock.

• As you are walking down the road, towards the city centre, Oakwood House is on the right, 100m from the clock tower.

• Oakwood House is the first floor offices above the supermarket (currently a Netto, soon to become Sainsbury): the building is between Preston Baker Estate Agents and Michael Lewin personal injury solicitors, and diagonally opposite Rico’s restaurant.

The entrance to Oakwood House is on the left-hand side of the building, and the entrance to the supermarket is on the right hand side, as you stand with your back to Roundhay Road

At the entrance there is an electronic entry-phone: press the buzzer marked ‘Richard Mills’ and I will let you in. I will meet you on the first floor

There is no lift, so it’s inaccessible if you cannot use stairs. Please get in touch if this presents a problem.

Please do not arrive more than 5 minutes early: any earlier and I will not be there to greet you.

Parking

There is a limited amount of free, on-street parking.

Also, you may use the supermarket car park, offering free parking for two hours.  (NB.  The two-hour limit is strictly enforced.) Coming FROM the city centre, turn left into the car park immediately after the supermarket building.

The car parks at Oakwood Clock by the trees, and the one on Roundhay Road diagonally opposite Subway sandwich shop offer 4 hours’ free parking.

Taxi

Ask the taxi driver to take you to Oakwood Clock, Roundhay Road.

Buses

Please note that bus routes and times change from time to time, so please treat the information I put below as a guide, and check with Metro at http://www.wymetro.com/ for the latest information.

 

From City Centre:

Numbers 12 and 13 go to Oakwood.  They leave the city centre from New Briggate, outside the Clas Ohlson shop and opposite the Sports Direct shop.  The stop before New Briggate is possibly in Vicar Lane opposite the market.
Get off at Oakwood Clock, 100m from Oakwood House.

From Headingley
Number 91 buses go from Shaw Lane.  Get off at the junction of Roundhay Road and Harehills Lane, and walk up Roundhay Road to Oakwood (15 minutes’ walk).

From Beeston:

The Number 2 goes through Beeston along Dewsbury Road, through the city centre, up Chapeltown Road and Harrogate Road, and then right along Street Lane, terminating at Roundhay Park. You would then have a 15-20 minute walk to Oakwood Clock. Bear in mind that this will take longer than going from city centre on the 12 or 13.

Facilities

There are toilet facilities available on the first floor next to my office.

The are several cafes locally where you may choose to sit before or after appointments.

Accessibility

There is no lift, so my first floor office is inaccessible if you cannot use stairs. Please get in touch if this presents a problem.

Views of Oakwood