No 4 St Paul's Square, Old Hall Street, Liverpool

L3 9SJ

  • Who's here?

    Administration Services
    We recruit graduates into this location in Investments
  • Access

    All visitors should report to reception
  • Local points of interest
    Food and DrinkThere are several food outlets within a two minute walk of the office. A few examples are:
    • Out to Lunch: A favourite of many people in the Liverpool office, offering a wide variety of freshly made sandwiches, cakes and soups.
    • Philpotts: Offers a wide variety of freshly made sandwiches, cakes and soups.
      McDonalds & Wimpy: The nearest McDonalds and Wimpy are in the city centre, about a 10 minute walk away.

    There are many more along Dale Street and Church Street.

    There are several pubs and wine bars in the area. As Mercury Court is situated in the centre of Liverpool, whichever way you walk, you will come across a variety of pubs and restaurants to meet your needs:

    • Newz Brasserie 18 Water Street, Liverpool, L2 0TD
    • ????????? 60 Hope Street, Liverpool, L1 9BZ
    • The Lion Tavern Directly opposite Mercury Court.

    Banks and cash points
    Cash points within walking distance of the office are situated in Moorfields, Dale Street and Castle Street.

    Post Office
    There is a post office in WH Smith, in Liverpool ONE.

    Fitness centres

    Lifestyles – Millennium House, 60 Victoria Street.
    Gym, Showers, Pool and Sauna.

    Ark Health Club
    This is part of the Radisson Hotel. It is situated on Old Hall Street, within a 3 minute walk from the office and houses the following amenities:

    Weights for men and women
    Beauty treatments, Sunbeds, Workout rooms – regular keep fit classes held during lunchtime.
    Large gym

    As we are situated within the city centre, all shops can be found within a 10 minute walk from Mercury Court.
    Some of the shops that can be found are:

    • Liverpool ONE shopping centre – includes Debenhams, John Lewis, Monsoon and Zara
    • Boots
    • WH Smith
    • M&S
    • Holland & Barrett

  • Getting to Mercury Court
    From Runcorn
    Follow A562 (A561) Liverpool and continue to follow signs for Albert Docks and Central Tourist Attractions. Pass the Albert Dock on the left and stay in the middle lane of the three lane carriageway. As you pass the Albert Dock you will see the Liver Building in front of you. At traffic lights immediately before Liver Building, take left hand lane signposted Mersey Ferries, Pier Head. Continue through next set of traffic lights, turning left immediately past Liver Building and swinging round to the right, signposted Manchester M62, South and Chapel Street. This leads into Chapel Street which changes from Chapel Street to Tithebarn Street. Mercury Court is approximately 300 metres on the left of Tithebarn Street, immediately after Bixteth Street. Moorfields NCP is directly opposite Mercury Court, just after the pedestrian crossing.From the M62
    At the end of the motorway follow A5080 (subsequently A5047) City Centre, Albert Dock and Central Tourist Attractions for 2.5 miles. After 2.5 miles, bear right at traffic lights, following B5540 City Centre, Birkenhead and Wallasey Tunnels, Albert Dock and Central Tourist Attractions. After 3/4 mile follow Tunnels North (A59, A565) Pier Head, Car Ferries staying in the middle lane of the three lane carriageway and continue to follow the signs for the Albert Dock. As the road goes down a hill bear right at the traffic lights underneath footbridges, keeping to the left hand lane of the three lanes bearing right. Continue to follow signposts for Albert Dock and other Central Tourist Attractions, turning left at the first set of traffic lights into Leeds Street. Continue along and then turn left into Old Hall Street and then left into Tithebarn Street. Mercury Court is on the left of Tithebarn Street, immediately after Bixteth Street. Moorfields NCP is directly opposite Mercury Court, just after the

    From Lord Street, Southport
    From Lord Street West, head in the direction of Birkdale and continue down this road, going over the Formby bypass (a dual carriageway), into Ince Woods, straight into Crosby village. Go over the first roundabout in Crosby village and turn left at the traffic lights. Continue straight down the road for a period of time until you go over the flyover by Waterloo dock. This road then becomes Derby Road, which then leads onto Old Hall Street. Continue on this road until you reach the bottom of Old Hall Street and then turn left into Tithebarn Street.

    Travel times to office
    30 minutes from the airport (cost of taxi approx. £18.00 – £20.00)
    10 minutes from Lime Street Station by taxi (cost approx. £4.50) Parking

  • Parking

    There is limited on-site parking at Mercury Court. Please contact Reception to see if spaces are available.
    There is an NCP car park two minutes walk from the office, at Moorfields, next to the train station.There are no dedicated parking facilities for motorbikes or pushbikes available at Mercury Court.