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Scholars Place has good public transport links, with bus stops a few minutes’ walk away on Tewkesbury Road. Direct trains from Gloucester reach Birmingham New Street in 55 minutes and London
Paddington in two hours, and additional services run to Derby, Cardiff and other centres. National Cycle Route 41 passes within yards of the development, providing an offroad route into the town centre, and Gloucester airport, for charter and private flights, is less than five miles away.
The local shops around Kingsholm Road, ten minutes’ walk away, include a convenience store, a butcher and a pharmacy, and the cafés, homes and gardens stores and Tesco supermarket at St Oswald’s Retail Park are within a mile of Scholars Place. Gloucester city centre presents a lively variety of environments, from pedestrianised streets and independent traders in the historic Cathedral Quarter to the fashion brands and restaurants at Gloucester Quays, where the end of the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal has been transformed into a superb retail and leisure area. There are covered shopping centres, farmers’ markets and a fascinating choice of galleries, antiques and crafts.