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If travelling from the South via the A1, A68 or A7:

Join the Edinburgh City By-Pass (A720) and travel in a westernly direction to the Straiton Junction. Follow the A701 (signposted for Peebles and Penicuik) for 2.5 miles. At the Gowkley Moss roundabout, take the 3rd exit signposted 'Bush and Research Parks'. Follow this road for 400 yards to the next roundabout where Pentlands Science Park is situated on the left-hand side.

If travelling from the South via the A701 or A703:

Follow the signs for Penicuik then follow the A701 north for 2 miiles to the Gowkley Moss roundabout. Take the 1st exit on the left signposted 'Bush and Research Parks'. Follow this road for 400 yards to the next roundabout where Pentlands Science Park is situated on the left-hand side.

If travelling from the South via the A702:

Turn right at Easter Howgate at the junction signposted Pentlands Science Park. Follow this road for 1 mile past the Edinburgh Technopole site, to the 1st roundabout where Pentlands Science Park is situated on the right-hand side.

If travelling from the North or West on the M8, M9 or M90:

Join the Edinburgh City By-Pass (A720) and travel in a easterly direction to the Straiton Junction. Follow the A701 (signposted for Peebles and Penicuik) for 2.5 miles. At the Gowkley Moss roundabout, take the 3rd exit signposted 'Bush and Research Parks'. Follow this road for 400 yards to the next roundabout where Pentlands Science Park is situated on the left-hand side.

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