Cantor Building, Sheffield Hallam University, 153 Arundel Street, Sheffield, S1 2NU, UK
The Cantor building is a modern and sophisticated venue on Sheffield Hallam’s city campus and is just a few minutes’ walk from Sheffield railway station. This building boasts some of the most sustainable and energy-saving features anywhere in the city, and also boasts LCD windows forming an active frontage which is opaque when dormant but becomes clear when an electrical charge is passed through it.
The Gala dinner will be held at Cutlers’ Hall, which is a magnificent venue steeped in history and grandeur. This impressive Grade II listed building in the heart of Sheffield is located 10 minutes’ walk from the conference venue.”
How to find us
Sheffield is known as a great northern city – and we’re proud to be in Yorkshire.
But look on a map and you’ll see that we are actually right in the middle of the UK, with great transport links to the rest of the UK. For example, we’re just two hours from London by train.
The city itself is served by excellent bus services – and the famous Supertram.
The conference is being held on the City Campus of Sheffield Hallam University.
Our City Campus is located opposite Sheffield train station and next to Sheffield bus station – as you walk out of the station you are right in the middle of our campus.
Sheffield train station is opposite our City Campus. Visit National Rail Enquiries for times and fares, or call +44 (0)8457 48 49 50.
Coaches stop at Sheffield Interchange, next to our City Campus. Visit the National Express website to see timetables and book tickets
The City Campus address and postcode are
Howard Street, Sheffield, S1 1WB (if you are using satnav please use S1 4RF)
City Centre map and location
Travel within Sheffield
Call the Traveline on +44 (0)1709 515151 for more information.
- Doncaster Sheffield Airport
- Manchester Airport
- Leeds-Bradford Airport
- Nottingham East Midlands Airport
You can find detailed information about the accessibility of our buildings on the DisabledGo website.
DisabledGo produce detailed online access guides to a wide range of venues. The information they provide aims to empower disabled people to make their own informed decisions about the usability of a venue based on their own particular access requirements.