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Occasionally the behaviour or actions of an individual who contacts the Commission makes it difficult for us to respond to their enquiry and / or undertake our duties. In a small number of cases their actions become unacceptable. This policy explains how we approach these situations.
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The Commission is based in Bridgeside House on McDonald Road. It is a 25 minute walk from Waverley station. From the east end of Princes Street continue left on Leith Street down to Leith Walk. Turn left off Leith Walk into McDonald Road. Bridgeside House is on the right, about halfway along McDonald Road. Our office is on the first floor. Access is via a video intercom.
There is on-street metered parking available directly outside the front of Bridgeside House. Information about where blue badge holders can park is available here.
There is an access ramp from the street to the building doorway. The doors to the building are automatic. There is a video intercom to the right at a height which is accessible to wheelchair users. The building has a lift which is accessible to wheelchair users.
Please get in touch if you need us to help arrange a taxi. Please call us on 0131 297 5750.
Bridgeside House is north-east of Edinburgh city centre. Many bus routes run down adjacent Leith Walk. Edinburgh Waverley Station is a 25 minutes walk away. The nearest tram stop is on York Place, 20 minutes walk away.
Cycle parking is not available at Bridgeside House.
There is on-street metered parking available directly outside the front of Bridgeside House.