Coventry University

Getting to the EC Building

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Circle shows location of EC Building
X shows nearest car park – entrance is on Gosford Street
R is Coventry Railway Station (10 minutes walk).

 

Directions (thanks to John Rendal)

Please read below for how to get to the new E&C building, thanks.

Grove Street car park, looking North

Grove Street Car Park

 Looking North (down the hill) towards the vehicular entry/exit, Armstrong Siddley block is right, along the footpath, whereas Alan Berry is left along the footpath (between the buildings, across the road and down the side of the Sir Frank Whittle building….).
Grove Street car park, looking South

Grove Street car park, looking South

Looking South (up the hill) towards the new bus shelter, The new Engineering and Computing (EC) building is across the road and up the hill.

 

Looking across the Road

View from across Gosford Street

Across the road (Gosford Street) can be seen the Gosford Street car park and the William Morris building

 

Looking up the Hill

View looking up the hill

With the Gosford Street car park on your right and the William Morris building on your left, the new Engineering & Computing building is further up the hill.

Gosford St car park tariff

Gosford St car park tariff

For those interested, the tariff for the Gosford Street car-park (as of September 2012), i.e. get there after 6:00pm for the cheap rate!

Looking up the Gosford St car park

Looking up the Gosford St car park

From inside the Gosford Street car park, the new building may be accessed by exiting up the footpath at the top of the car park.

Keep on up that hill

Keep on up that hill

From either car park keep on up the hill, you will see the new EC building over towards your left. There is a water feature and a small bridge just in front of the “Pay-and-Disply” machine you can see in the picture.

(New) Engineering & Computing Block

Engineering and Computing Block

Engineering and Computing Block

Please access the doorway diagonally across the courtyard.

Engineering and Computing Block map

Engineering and Computing Block map

Engineering and Computing Block map thanks to the IET

 

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