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Visiting our London office

Buckingham Palace Road street sign. Photo by Neil Bird, used under a Creative Commons licence

Find out how to get to our London office.

Buckingham Palace Road

Care Quality Commission
151 Buckingham Palace Road
London
SW1W 9SZ

You must have an appointment to see a member of staff.

Tel: 03000 616161

You can leave information or documentation at the main reception.

Directions to 151 Buckingham Palace Road

Our 151 Buckingham Palace Road offices are conveniently located for the London Underground, national rail, bus services and coaches.

By Underground

The closest station is Victoria, which is served by the Circle, District and Victoria lines.

  • Leave the underground station, following signs for national rail services.
  • On the national rail station concourse, take the escalators next to the Gatwick Express platforms.
  • Walk through the Victoria Place shopping arcade and exit on to Eccleston Bridge.
  • Cross the road and go up the steps to Colonnade Walk.
  • The entrance to 151 Buckingham Palace Road is a short walk on your left.

By national rail

The closest national rail station is Victoria, which serves trains to and from south London and much of southern and south-eastern England, including Gatwick Airport.

  • Exit the station by taking the escalators next to the Gatwick Express platforms.
  • Walk through the Victoria Place shopping arcade and exit on to Eccleston Bridge.
  • Cross the road and go up the steps to Colonnade Walk.
  • The entrance to 151 Buckingham Palace Road is a short walk on your left.

By bus

The area is served by a number of bus routes. For more information, see the Transport for London website.


Violence and aggression towards our staff

We have a zero tolerance against violence and aggression towards our staff. We will treat you with courtesy and respect and in return our staff expect the same.

The safety of our staff is very important to us. All our staff have the right to work in a safe and healthy environment. Verbal abuse, threats, intimidation, aggression, racial or sexual abuse, discrimination or physical assault will not be tolerated under any circumstances. Violence against our staff is a crime and we will take action against anyone who behaves in a violent or aggressive manner.

Last updated:
25 November 2019

 


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