Edinburgh Trade Union Council Lothian Trade Union and Community Resource Centre UCATT ( The Union of Construction and Allied Trades and Technicians )
Lothian Trade Union and Community Resource Centre: is a base of information advice and support for working people. Through networking the Centre taps into a wide range of data bases able to provide information on current health and safety and employment rights legislation and issues affecting the work environment.
LTUCRC currently provides a service screening for possible Noise Deafness and Vibration White Finger. RSI information pack available from RSI Support Group. The Centre provides administrative support to: Lothian RSI Support Group, Lothian Occupational Health Project, Scottish Hazards Campaign Group and the Scottish Employment Rights Network. Tel: 0131.556.7318 Fax: 0131.558.3532
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The Resource Centre has a web site at http://www.ltucrc.org.uk/
There is an excellent bus service from all parts of Edinburgh to within five minutes walk of the Centre. Many routes go through York Place. There are bus stops at the east end of York Place. On the north side of York Place there is the HM Customs and Excise offices. There is a lane on the west side of these offices which goes down to Albany Street. There are bus stops at the east end of York Place, near the intersection with Dublin Street ( north side of the junction). You go down the right hand side of Dublin Street and Albany Street is the first turn on the right. There are other bus services to Princes Street. Bus stops, at the east end, are about ten minutes from the Centre. Once you get off, head for St Andrews Square. Keep to the right of the Square, past the entrance to the Bus Station, to the junction with York Place. On the other side of the junction is Dublin Street. Coming from the north of Edinburgh you may come up Broughton Street which intersects with the east end of Albany Street. You get off at the top of the hill, near the junction with the roundabout. You may also come up Dundas Street. You should get off near the junction between Hanover Street and Queen Street. You walk east along Queen Street to its junction with York Place and Dublin Street. It is about ten/ fifteen minutes walk to the Centre.
Regional bus services generally terminate at St Andrews Square Bus Station, which is five minutes walk from the Centre. One exit ( north) leads to York Place. On the north side of York Place, towards the east end, you will find the HM Customs and Excise offices. The lane on its west side leads to Albany Street. The west exit leads to St Andrews Square. Turn right to the junction between York Place and cross over to Dublin Street. Albany Street is the first on the right.
Waverley Station is fifteen minutes walk from the Centre. You should take the steps that lead to Princes Street, turn left and then turn right at the first pedestrian crossing which leads to the east side of St Andrews Square. Keep on the east side to the junction with York Place. Cross over to Dublin Street. Albany Street is the first on the right.