Here you'll find details on how to contact us including the press office, how to find us, as well as accessibility information.
Trust for London
Fourth Floor, 4 Chiswell Street
Registered Charity Number: 205629
Please note: Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, the Trust for London offices are currently closed. Therefore, please email us in the first instance.
Phone: 0207 606 6145
Follow us on Twitter - @trustforlondon
For a list of our staff members please see: Team
For our Press Office, please email email@example.com, or call on 07412 523750.
Feedback and complaints
If you have feedback for us or would like to make a complaint then you can find details on how to do so here.
The nearest train stations
Moorgate or Liverpool Street Underground
City Thameslink First Capital Connect and Southeastern
The nearest bus routes
Routes 21, 43 and 141 stop at Finsbury Square, a short walk round the corner from the office.
Route 153 stops directly outside the building.
Accessible transport to the Trust for London offices
All Bus Routes outlined above are low-floor bus routes and should be accessible for wheelchair users.
Moorgate and Liverpool Street Underground & City Thameslink Stations are the closest stations providing wheelchair access and therefore can be accessed without the use of stairs or escalators. Access from Liverpool Street is restricted to eastbound services only.
Additional information for disabled visitors
There is easy entry to the building with two lifts to access the office on the fourth floor.
Induction Loop Facilities can be provided in our meeting rooms for the benefit of visitors who use a hearing aid.
Evacuating the building in the event of a fire or other emergency situation
Our intention is always to give as much assistance as possible but being a small staff group with three fire marshals the reality is that we are limited in our capabilities. In the case of a fire or other emergency situation:
- We do have four staff volunteers in addition to three fire marshals who can offer some assistance to evacuate the building eg. to assist with walking down the stairs at a slower pace or helping guide a visually impaired visitor to the meeting point.
- We have a designated refuge area where disabled visitors can wait should it not be possible to evacuate the building and this information would then be relayed to the emergency services. The refuge area is large enough for a maximum of four wheelchairs.
- We do not have the staffing resources for providing the use of an evacuation chair.
From our Twitter
We’ve pledged £500,000 to an emergency support fund to help community & voluntary organisations in #London facing immediate financial pressures & uncertainty because of #COVID19 The scheme is co-ordinated by the fantastic @LondonFunders Read more https://bit.ly/39ozAzS pic.twitter.com/wp2WbRs1yx25 Mar 2020
Heads up @trustforlondon @CPAGUK @AdviceUK #LondonHousingPanel - @crisis funding scheme open to anyone whose work benefits those facing #homelessness . Let’s help it reach the cold spots... https://twitter.com/chanco81/status/1244886926513102849 …31 Mar 2020
Join our grantee @NEON_UK for this online discussion with 4 economics experts on how we might redesign our economy after the #COVID19 crisis, taking place on Monday 6 April, 4:30pm Featuring speakers @Miatsf , @oeufling , @adribuller & @fortuashla Register via @zoom_us below https://twitter.com/NEON_UK/status/1244635793194352640 …31 Mar 2020
Law firm @BatesWellsTweet have lots of practical legal support on #COVID19 available, including a recent webinar held in association with @NCVO covering all the key legal questions charities need to consider Take a look below https://twitter.com/BatesWellsTweet/status/1244545411773272064 …31 Mar 2020