Exit at Junction 8, Sutton/Reigate, taking the A217 North towards Sutton (area of arrow on Map 1).
After just over 6 miles leave the A217 and bear right towards Sutton on the B2230 (at a roundabout following a 1 mile straight section of dual carriageway).
Continue on the B2230 for 1¼ miles and then (see Map 2), almost immediately after a multi-storey car park and BP petrol station on the left, turn right into Cedar Road. 17 Cedar Road is on the left just after the pillar box.
FROM THE A3
exit the A3 at Tolworth, taking the A240 South towards Epsom (see Map 1). In Ewell turn left onto A232 towards Sutton.
* In Sutton continue ahead (East, towards Carshalton), through three sets of traffic lights, passing a police station and then B&Q Superstore on the right. Immediately after B&Q (second Superstore on Map 2) turn right into Langley Park Road. Under the railway bridge, then turn right at crossroads into Cedar Road. 17 Cedar Road is on the right just before a pillar box.
Or exit the A3 at Malden/Worcester Park exit, South towards Worcester Park (see Map 1). Then cross A24 at North Cheam and in Cheam Village turn left on A232 towards Sutton. Continue as * (above).
PNLSC has three spaces at the front of the offices. If no space there, go down side of building and use a ground floor offices space. Alternatively there are some meters in Cedar Road or a multi-storey car park nearby in Brighton Road (see Map 2).
Sutton Station is accessible by regular trains from Victoria, and less regular trains from London Bridge. It is also easily accessible from Clapham Junction or Wimbledon and a Thames Link service operates to Kings Cross and North of London. The London Underground does not come to Sutton.
Turn left on exiting the station into the main road (Brighton Road). Cedar Road is the first main road on the left after about 200 yards. No 17 is on the left after another 200 yards or so.
Sutton is situated on the Southern borders of Greater London and is about an equal distance (15-20 miles) from Heathrow and from Gatwick.
From Heathrow, take Express train to Paddington. Then either (a) take Tube (Circle Line) to Victoria and suburban line train to Sutton, or (b) take Tube (District Line) to Wimbledon and suburban line train to Sutton.
From Gatwick (a) go by train to East Croydon and then take a taxi or (b), slower, go by train to Victoria and then to Sutton
Or go direct from either airport to Sutton by taxi or minicab.
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