Our Edinburgh office is home to the CADS Housing Survey team who run the National Survey Helpline and, working alongside our regional managers and over 100 contracted specialist housing surveyors, play an essential part in the management and control of the major English and Scottish Housing survey programmes. The information generated by these programmes are used for monitoring and developing government housing and energy related policies.
A great place for an office, Scotland’s capital city lives and breathes history, with its historic castles and palaces, and roaming ancient streets. It has an abundance of cultural attractions and is a haven for shoppers. In the evening there’s a vast array of activities to choose from, including night-time tours, musical or theatre performances and charming pubs and eateries.
“Visitors to our office in Scotland’s capital are served by two major railway stations, an airport that lies 8km to the west of the city and provides UK and international flights to Edinburgh, and an extensive road network.”
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EHS Helpline: (+44) 020 3131 3179
Visitors to Scotland’s capital city are served by two major railway stations, an airport that lies 8km to the west of the city and provides UK and international flights to Edinburgh, and an extensive road network. Waverley Station is in the city centre for those travelling by train. Virgin trains East Coast run frequently from London King’s Cross, while Virgin Trains run from London Euston via Birmingham. Train journeys from London take 4 ½ hours. If travelling by car, Newcastle is a 2 ½ hour drive, Manchester 4 hours and London approximately 8-10 hours.
Hotels, gyms, shopping, petrol stations – here you’ll find everything to help you during your visit to EHS Edinburgh.