Manchester Crown Court Building
(Magistrates Court, ground floor)
Crown Square
M3 3FL

0300 123 1142

0300 123 1264

Email: SSCSA-Liverpool@

How to find us at Manchester Crown Court Building

Manchester Crown Court Building, (Magistrates Court, ground floor), Crown Square, Manchester, M3 3FL
Tel: 0300 123 1142 Textphone: 0300 123 1264 Email:

Who should I contact about my hearing?
Telephone: 0300 123 1142
Minicom : 0300 123 1264

Directions to the Hearing Centre

By road
Manchester Civil Justice Centre is located on A34 Bridge Street West which is off A56 Deansgate, one of the main thoroughfares of the city centre. If coming from Deansgate, follow the signposts for the Ring Road. The Corwn Court will then be on your left and is a large concrete building.

The nearest car park is a Pay & Display on Bridge Street opposite the Crown Court. Other NCP parking located at New Bailey St, Chapel St and Spinningfields on Quay St which has disabled parking bays. Badge holders can park in spaces on Wood Street. Wood Street is located off Deansgate and is by the John Rylands Library. To get to the Crown Court from Wood Street go to the end of the road and the venue will be on your left.

By Rail/Underground
Salford Central station is a 5 minute walk away. When you arrive at the station exit onto New Bailey Street and turn right. The venue will be on your right. Trains run from Manchester Victoria Station to Salford Central regularly throughout the day. For more information on train times please visit:

By Bus
The free Metroshuttle bus routes which run within the city centre stop within the area of Manchester Crown Court. The Metroshuttle buses numbered 1 and 3 stop on New Bailey Street near to Salford Central station. For more information about the bus times please

Can I bring my Children to the Hearing Centre?
Yes, but please remember that children should not be left unattended at any time. The hearing centre does not have anyone to look after children and our staff cannot supervise them or be held responsible for their safety. In most circumstances you cannot take children into the hearing room with you. They can stay in the waiting room as long as there is another adult with you to look after them.

Special requirements
If you have any special requirements that you have not already notified to the Tribunal, which need to be taken into account so that you can attend the hearing you should contact the office that notified you of your hearing as soon as possible to discuss these.

Other Information

Help and Advice
HM Courts & Tribunals Service Staff can advise you on Tribunal procedures and information about your hearing, but they cannot give you legal advice.

Accessibility and Facilities

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