The ScHARR Reception is the main port of call for enquiries and can be contacted:
by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
by telephone: +44 114 222 5454
by fax: +44 114 222 0749
Reception is staffed from 8.30am - 5.00pm Monday-Thursday and 8.30am - 4.30pm on Friday (closed on all Bank Holidays).
School of Health and Related Research
University of Sheffield
30 Regent Street
Staff contact details
A full list of staff and postgraduate research students at the School of Health and Related Research can be found in our directory of staff and PGRs.
Find us on the map
The School of Health and Related Research is spread across three sites:
All three sites are located within The University of Sheffield campus, to the west of the city centre.
The buildings can be found on the campus map.
Travelling to ScHARR
The journey from Sheffield Station to Regent Court is just a mile and takes about twenty minutes. It also takes about twenty minutes to reach us by bus or tram (use the blue or yellow tram towards Malin Bridge or Middlewood, alighting at West Street). A taxi from the station takes about ten minutes when traffic is light, but allow longer at busy times.
When travelling by road, please be aware of the one-way system and ring road on the approach to Regent Street, which has metered parking. There is a pay and display car park accessed via Portobello Street, just off from Broad Lane, which allows longer stays.
Access by the Regent Street entrance is by swipe card only, so go all the way to the top and turn right opposite the church into the pedestrian precinct, which is shown as Portobello on the map above. About twenty metres on the right is an archway. Go through the archway and turn right, enter the double glass doors into the foyer where there are lifts or stairs to the first floor reception.
The Innovation Centre
Follow a map to get to Regent Court. The Innovation Centre is just across the road on the opposite corner of Regent Street. The reception just inside the entrance can direct you to the ScHARR offices within the building.
West Court is accessible by swipe access. If you wish to access West Court as a visitor, please arrange to be met on the ground floor to gain entry.
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