Newcastle St Ann's is based on along The Quayside, with panoramic views of the famous Gateshead Millennium Bridge.
Alongside our other office based in Trinity, we are committed to bringing richer prospects to the North East, advising our local businesses on domestic and global matters across our sectors as well as facilitating trade missions and sharing of best practice on either side of the Atlantic.
We supported the Great Exhibition of the North which showed how innovators, businesses, artists and designers across the North of England have shaped the present and inspired the future.
Please note that our office complies with the government's guidance on managing the risk of COVID-19 and all employees will go through a risk assessment whilst working through the pandemic.
- By train: Newcastle Central Station is on the East Coast main line, with trains leaving for London and Edinburgh at intervals of between 30 and 60 minutes. Our offices are a three minute taxi journey away from the station, or a 20 minute walk. The main pedestrian access to the Quayside from the centre of the city is via Grey Street, or Pilgrim Street and the Swan House underpass
- By air: Newcastle International Airport is approximately 25 minutes away by taxi. The airport is also accessible by Metro. Manors is our local station
- By car: Visitors from outside the city centre are likely to approach Newcastle via the A1 Western Bypass, routes into the city are well sign posted. Visitor parking is provided on the ground floor of St. Ann’s car park on Sandgate. Please present your St. Ann’s car park entry ticket to our receptionist who will provide you with a complimentary exit pass.