How to find us

ISVR Consulting's offices and acoustic testing laboratories are on the main Highfield Campus of the University of Southampton as shown by the bluered marker on the map below. 

We are easily reached by road, just two or three miles from the M3 and M27 motorways.

If you are coming by road please check parking arrangements with us before visiting, so we can either reserve you a parking space or arrange access for deliveries, as space is very limited. 


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Campus map

ISVR Consulting is in Building 15 on the Main (Highfield) Campus. The building is marked in red on the map below.  Our reception is Room 2039 on the upper floor (Wolfson Building, Building 15a).  Our laboratories are on the ground floor (Rayleigh Laboratories, Building 15b).

Map of Highfield Campus, University of Southampton

Campus map © Cartographic Unit, University of Southampton .  Adapted and reproduced with permission.

We also have a high-resolution detailed map of the complete Highfield Campus  (in pdf format), with building numbers, which you can download and print. 

We can be found on Google maps .  The marker shows the entrance to our labs on the ground floor.


By road from the North

By road from the East or West.


By Rail

Fast trains from London Waterloo reach Southampton Airport Parkway in 60 minutes or Southampton Central in 70 minutes. The Airport station is slightly closer than Southampton Central to the University. 

Train times can be obtained from the National Rail , the Qjump or Thetrainline  web-sites. (Note that Qjump and Thetrainline may charge a fee on top of the ticket price if you book tickets on line with these sites.)

Taxis are available from either station, from outside the Platform 1 exit at Southampton Airport Parkway, or both exits of Southampton Central.

Unilink buses on route U1 provide a frequent service from each railway station to the University,

*** PLEASE NOTE: The University bus interchange will be closed from 6 January 2019 for eight days owing to road works. Alternative stops are listed here.

A single journey fare costs £2.00, while an all-day Uni-link bus ticket costs £3.70 and allows unlimited travel on any Uni-link buses (or Bluestar buses within Southampton) for the whole day. Buy tickets from the driver, either with cash or by contactless payment.

If coming by train from the Portsmouth and Brighton direction use Southampton Central Station. If coming by by train from the Bournemouth, Poole and Weymouth direction, the Southampton Central Station may be more convenient, but you can use either Southampton Central or Southampton Parkway.


By Air

Southampton Airport  is next to Southampton Airport Parkway Railway Station, just 10 minutes by taxi from the University, or take the Unilink bus (see above). 


Accessibility and mobility

If you have a disability, and wish to check access to Our Facilities, these are available on the DisabledGo website. The main aim of DisabledGo is to provide information for people with disabilities on access to organisations they wish to visit.  DisabledGo provides information on access to our offices upstairs and the Rayleigh Laboratories downstairs.

The National Rail website gives accessibility details for Southampton Central   and Southampton Airport Parkway   stations, including links to station layout maps.  The Southampton Airport Special Assistance   web pages  give details of the airport and terminal accessibility.


Local hotels

There are several local hotels to choose from if you are staying overnight. 


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