Airdrie Sheriff Court building houses five Courtrooms, all of which are situated on the ground floor.
The Court in Graham Street is well served by public transport. Please use the journey planner for public transportation information.
Buses from outlying areas and local buses stop close to the Court in Graham Street. For up to date timetables use the journey planner or see firstgroup.
By rail:The train station is approximately ten minutes walk from the courthouse. Train services run from Glasgow Queen Street to Airdrie and from Edinburgh to Airdrie on a regular basis. For more information please visit scotrail or national rail enquiries for train times.
There is no public car parking available at this court, the nearest public car park is off Hallcraig Street.
By taxi:The main taxi rank is located near the Court is in Stirling Street.
A plasma screen is located in the main foyer of the Court, which provides information of the cases due to call in court for the day. If you require any further assistance, or information, please ask at the reception desk, which is also situated in the main foyer of the building.
All jurors and witnesses should report, on arrival at the Court, to the reception desk, where you will be directed to the appropriate area.
Wheelchair access is provided via a ramp adjacent to the stairs leading to the main entrance to the Court. If you require assistance, please contact the Court in advance of your visit. lift available, next to the reception desk, which provides access to the sheriff clerk’s public office that is located on the first floor of the Court.Language Line facilities are available for anyone who requires the support of an interpreter. Text Relay services are also available, if required.
In-court advice service that is managed by Airdrie Citizens Advice Bureau is based in the courthouse.
If you are involved in a civil case in the sheriff court, the In-court advice service might be able to help you.
The service can provide advice on small claims and summary cause cases and help with civil matters including:
- Rent arrears/evictions
- Mortgage rights
- Legal procedures and other legal problems
The in-court advisor can be contacted on 01236 766712.
The Lanarkshire cancer care trust operates a snack bar service, on a daily basis, from 09:00 until 12 noon. There are also several restaurants and cafes close to the Court.
If you are sitting on a jury, refreshments and lunch will be provided, as necessary.
A loop induction service is available within courtrooms for people who have hearing difficulties. Please let a court official know, on your arrival at court, if you require use of this facility.
Mon - Thurs 09:00 - 17:00, Fri 09:00 - 16:30.
FESTIVE OPENING TIMES
The building will be closed on Wednesday 25 December, Thursday 26 December, Wednesday 1 January and Thursday 2 January 2014.
The office opening times during the festive period are as follows:
Monday 23 December - 9am to 5pm
Tuesday 24 December - 9am to 1pm; 2pm to 4pm
Friday 27 December - 9am to 1pm; 2pm to 4.30pm
Monday 30 December - 9am to 5pm
Tuesday 31 December - 9am to 1pm; 2pm to 4pm
Friday 3 January - 9am to 4.30pm
January 1, 2
May 6, 27
December 25, 26
Pay a fine online
or a fine can be paid in person at the reception desk where you will be directed to the fines payment office or by telephone 01236 751121.
Payment Methods: Cash, Debit Card, Credit Card, Cheque or Postal Order.
(please do not send cash through the post).
Please make cheques and postal orders payable to “Scottish Court Service”
send by post to:
Scottish Court Service
Fines payment: 01236 751121
Fines enforcement: 01236 439175
Central Processing Unit
PO Box 23