About this branch

Branch History

The St Albans branch has been at its present location since 2007 and continues to grow its market share both in the city centre and surrounding towns and villages. Located at a prominent junction in a listed building formerly used as a bank, the office is readily accessible for our clients, customers and contractors alike.


Getting Here


We’re located at 2, High Street, opposite Cote Brasserie and the end of Chequer Street. If coming by car, the closest on-street parking is located on London Road (Pay & Display), although a larger car park is available at Christopher Place which is accessed via Spencer Street. By Train, St Albans City Station (with direct links from London St Pancras - 20 minutes) is under a mile from the branch. Alternatively, St Albans Abbey Station (the Abbey Flyer from Watford Junction – 10 minutes) is only half a mile away.




On-Street Pay & Display parking is approximately 125 metres away on the London Road, or you can obtain Parking Vouchers from some newsagents and the Tourist Information Office in the Town Hall on Chequer Street, which enable you to park on many other streets in the city centre. Alternatively, there are multi-storey car parks close to the shopping areas at The Maltings, Christopher Place and behind Marks and Spencer on Drovers Way.



The Area


St Albans is an ancient Roman city once known as Verulamium. It boasts the remains of a Roman theatre, hypocaust and wall and the stunning Abbey Church and Cathedral which is famous not only for the first Christian Martyr Saint Alban likely to have been buried here, but also for the site of the initial discussions which led to the drafting of the Magna Carta in the thirteenth century. Verulamium Park offers over one hundred acres of parkland, lakes and leisure space which adjoins Westminster Lodge leisure centre and a nine-kilometre Green Ring dedicated to pedestrians and cyclists to escape the bustling city. St Albans is home to a bi-weekly market and a monthly farmer’s market, numerous festivals throughout the year including CAMRA the Campaign for Real Ale beer festival in September, museums and theatres, various sports clubs and the recently refurbished Art Deco Odyssey Cinema all in the heart of the city. Schooling is excellent both in the state and independent sector alike and the architecture of private homes and public buildings include representations from Medieval, Elizabethan, Victorian and Georgian periods, along with redeveloped 1960s Modernist apartments, and a variety of contemporary new-build homes.

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Opening times

Monday 08:45 - 18:00
Tuesday 08:45 - 18:00
Wednesday 08:45 - 18:00
Thursday 08:45 - 18:00
Friday 08:45 - 18:00
Saturday 09:00 - 16:00
Sunday Closed