Our community is our bedrock, so we are always happy when people get in touch.
There are plenty of ways to reach us; use one of the methods below, or visit our People page to get in touch with someone specific.
- Email us
- Phone us: 0207 685 2500
- Tweet us
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- Mail us: Charles Darwin House 12 Roger Street London, WC1N 2JU, UK
We are based in the heart of London, which makes it easy to access by public transport, but not great via car. We are within the congestion charge zone which operates weekdays 07:00-18:00 and currently costs £8 per day. We do, though, have two disabled parking bays, which can be used with notice. Alternative parking is available at nearby chargeable NCP car parks.
Please note: We will be moving offices in summer 2019 to a new central London location. Find out more and take a look at the designs.
We are close to the following underground stations:
Russell Square (Piccadilly line) 10-12 minute walk; Holborn (Central and Piccadilly lines) 10-15 minute walk; Chancery Lane (Central line) 10-12 minute walk; Farringdon (Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines) 10-15 minute walk; Euston (Northern and Victoria lines) 15-20 minute walk; Kings Cross (Northern, Victoria, Piccadilly, Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines) 10-15 minute walk.
You can plan your journey with the helpful Transport for London website.
We are also close to the following train stations:
Kings Cross 15 minute walk; Euston 15 minute walk; St Pancras International 15 minute walk; Charing Cross 30 minute walk; Blackfriars 20 minute walk; Farringdon 15 minute walk.
For further travel information visit National Rail.
The following bus routes have stops within 100ft of our building:
19 / 38 / 55 / 243 stop on Grays Inn Road and 17 / 45 / 46 stop on Theobalds Road/Clerkenwell Road/Rosebery Ave. junction (routes go to/from Kings Cross).
For further information about travelling by bus, visit Transport for London.
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