Getting here by train:
The Jisc Procureweb office is a 45 minute walk from Cardiff
Central Station. Alternatively, you can catch a local train from
Cardiff Central Station to Cathays Station, only 2 stops away. From
Cathays Station, the office is a short 10 minute walk from the
The trains to Cathays Station depart from Platform 6 at Cardiff
Central. The trains that stop at Cathays station are those to
Merthyr Tydfil, Aberdare, Treherbert and Pontypridd.
From Cathays Station you need to turn right at the
lane, walking in parallel to the train line. Before reaching the
adjacent road at the end of the lane, take a slight left down the
ramp and walk through the tunnel. Continue to follow the road
beside the train line until you reach a large car park on the left.
The modern building at the far end of the car park is the Julian
Hodge Building. Jisc Procureweb is based on the 3rd Floor.
For more information on the train service please visit the Traveline
Getting here by car:
Cardiff is served by the M4 and is easily
accessible from all parts of the UK:
- Travelling east on the M4. Leave the motorway at
Junction 32, follow the A470, signposted City Centre, into the
Cathays area of the city.
- Travelling west on the M4. Leave the motorway at
Junction 29; follow the A48 (M)/A48, signposted Cardiff East and
South, to the A470. Follow the A470, sign posted City Centre, into
the Cathays area of the city.
For more detailed directions please visit Google
Getting here by air:
International Airport is approximately 12 miles from the city
From the airport you can continue into Cardiff City Centre by
bus, train (via airport link bus) or taxi.
Car Parking in University car parks is limited and a
visitor permit is required.
If you have arranged a visitor permit, this can be collected
from the security lodge, located beside the barriers at Colum Drive
and the entrance to the Julian Hodge Building. However, there are
several short and long stay public car parks located close to the
University, all of which are marked on the University and City Centre map.
There is also car parking available within the civic centre
(along Park Place, College Road, City Hall Road, King Edward VII
Avenue and Museum Avenue) where a pay and display system operates.
Green Ticket Machines operate at frequent intervals along these
roads and accept debit/credit cards and cash.
If you require a car parking, permit please contact Jisc Procureweb to
arrange a visitor permit, as spaces are limited.