The Salisbury team is ready to welcome you.

“The Salisbury Restart Scheme office is a diverse and dynamic team with a wide variety of experience and ability.

We are passionate about making a big difference to a participants’ journey back to employment, and we are creative in enabling this to be an inspiring experience. We value each participant as a unique individual who is talented and gifted in their own way, and we seek to uncover the passions that are within every individual.”

How to find us

Address: 3.05 & 3.08 – 3.13, Cross Keys House (3rd Floor), 22 Queen Street, Salisbury, SP1 1EY

Our office is right in the centre of the city on the edge of the Market Place. The old Debenham’s building, Lloyds is to the left and the Guild Hall is to the right as you are stood looking at the building.

When you arrive at the building, you will need to press the buzzer labelled ‘Regus’ to be let in. Our offices are on the 3rd floor. There are elevators as well as stairs available up to the 3rd floor.

Getting the bus

Salisbury Reds provide an excellent bus service around the city and from the surrounding villages. The buses stop just to the left of the office outside the old Debenhams building and is less than 1 minute walk away.

The timetable for Salisbury Reds can be found online. Their travel shop in Cross Keys Arcade which is just next to the office and customer services can be contacted on 01202 338420.

Getting the train

There is a station in Salisbury with direct trains from Trowbridge, Westbury and Warminster. The station is at South Western Road, Salisbury SP2 7RS and is approximately half a mile from the office and about a 15 minute walk.

Directions from Salisbury train station 

On leaving the station, walk east towards South Western Road and continue on South Western Road.
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Fisherton Street, then continue onto Bridge Street and onto Silver Street
Take a slight right onto Butcher Row and continue onto Fish Row
Turn left onto Queen Street and the destination is on the right.

Car parking in Salisbury

Several of the car parks within the city centre offer short stay parking including Brown Street, Salt Lane and the Culver Street. These offer the first 2 hours free.

The Central car park and Culver Street car park have also long stay parking spaces.

There are also 5 park and ride car parks in Salisbury which avoid parking in the city centre. These are Wilton Park & Ride (A36 west of the city and A360 from Devizes), Petersfinger Park & Ride (A36 from Southampton), Beehive Park & Ride (A345 from Amesbury), Britford Park & Ride (A338 from Bournemouth and A354 from Blandford Forum) and London Road Park & Ride (A30 from the north-east of the city).

Parking is currently free in these car parks, and Park & Ride buses frequently run to and from the city centre.

How far is it from Jobcentre Plus

Salisbury Jobcentre Plus is less than half a mile from the Restart Scheme office. It should take about 10 minutes to walk through the town.

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