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Travel Advice at Northern Ireland

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The Open University
110 Victoria Street


A listed building and former banking hall prominently located within the legal and business district of Central Belfast. The Open University in Northern Ireland relocated to the building on 11 January 2010. 

The building was constructed in 1919-1921 but extensively refurbished and extended in 2009.

Building access is currently restricted to the ground floor for people with accessibility considerations, there are future plans to improve access to all floors of the building.

Accessible Parking

Accessible Parking

There are no on-site car parking spaces. There are public car parking facilities nearby.

Accessible WC

Accessible WC

Unisex toilets with wheelchair access are on levels Ground,1,3 & 4.

Hearing Loop

Assistive Listening System

An assistive listening system is permanently installed in the Meeting Room(s).


Braille Signage

Braille signage is available.

Seating Available

Rest Seating

Seating is available for rest purposes.

Disabled Level Access

Level Access

There is level access from the alternative entrance on May Street.

Travel Advice News

Good news for bus users from 4 September

9/9A is going and being replaced by the hourly 150 which should give a much better service, both in terms of frequency and hours of operation, and also punctuality as we know the current solution has been problematic.

29th August 2023
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Contact us

The Open University
Travel Advice
First Floor
Geoffrey Crowther Building
Walton Hall
Milton Keynes

01908 659784