Directions (Taken from University website)
Campus and location maps are available here –
The conference Venue:
School of Languages and Applied Linguistics
University of Portsmouth
Winston Churchill Avenue
Access by Road
Use postcode PO1 2UP for directions to the campus.
You’ll need a visitor’s permit if you want to use a University car park. To apply for one, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Sorry, we can’t guarantee you a space in advance.
Access by Rail
The closest station is Portsmouth and Southsea. It’s a 5-minute walk from the buildings on the Guildhall campus. There are daily direct trains from London Waterloo and London Victoria (2 hours), and regular services from Southampton, Bournemouth, Chichester and Brighton. Portsmouth is only a 2-hour journey away from Bristol too. You can plan your route with National Rail.
Regular daily direct coach services run to Portsmouth from London, Bristol, Birmingham, Heathrow and other locations around the country. All these services call at The Hard Interchange by Portsmouth Harbour railway station, which is a 15-minute walk from the Guildhall campus.You can find out coach times and routes with National Express.
Access by Air
For all international connections, we’re only 1 hour 30 minutes from both Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
Southampton International, which has regular flights to Paris, Cherbourg, the Channel Islands, Belfast, Glasgow and more, is just 30 minutes by car and easy to reach by train too.
There are daily sailings between Portsmouth and Caen, Le Havre and St Malo in France. There’s also a twice-weekly service to Bilbao in Spain.
Local bus services
The University bus is available during term-time. The circular route runs from Monday to Friday, close to where many students live in Southsea.
Portsmouth has excellent city bus services too. You can catch local and intercity buses from the main bus station at The Hard Interchange, next to Portsmouth Harbour railway station. There is also a park and ride from the M275 terminal with stops in the centre of the University campus.
Bike or foot
Portsmouth is fairly flat and there’s plenty to see, so the best way to discover the city is on foot or by bike. You’ll find plenty of footpaths and cycleways to follow across the city.
Blue badge holders can park free of charge in most Portsmouth City Council car parks and most on-street parking spaces.