Here you'll find details on how to contact us (including the press office), how to find us, and information on our complaints procedure.
Trust for London
6 Middle Street
Registered Charity Number: 205629
For a list of our staff members please see: Team
Press office contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call our press office on 07912 177179.
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
Farringdon Underground and First Capital Connect
St Paul's Underground
City Thameslink First Capital Connect and Southeastern
The nearest bus routes
100 serving London Wall.
8, 25, 242 and 521 serving St Paul's & City Thames Link.
172 serving King Edward St and St Martin's le Grand
55 and 243 serving Aldersgate Street.
56 serving Aldersgate St.
17, 45, 46 and 63 serving St. Pauls, Snow Hill, St Bart's. City Thames Link, St. Barts Hospital, Farringdon.
Accessible transport to the Trust for London offices
Bank DLR, 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.
Blue Badge disabled parking is situated in Bartholomew Close and can be accessed via King Edward Street and Little Britain.
Induction Loop Facilities are provided in our meeting rooms for the benefit of visitors who use a hearing aid.
From our Twitter
HEAR are hosting a free, all day event to highlight the many sides of London's LGBT+ community on Friday October 12th at 45 White Lion Street, N19PW. Email email@example.com to RSVP or to find out more.22 Sep 2018
Wetherspoons, McDonalds and TGI Fridays staff are planning to strike over pay, working conditions, and union recognition. London's Poverty Profile finds that almost two thirds of London jobs in hotels and restaurants don't pay the real living wage. https://news.sky.com/story/mcdonalds-wetherspoon-and-tgi-fridays-workers-plan-strike-11503079 … pic.twitter.com/94cAMSGsRp21 Sep 2018
Wages are higher in London than in the rest of the country, but not high enough to cover the engorged cost of living in the capital. Housing costs are the most significant contributor to this. We need more housing which ordinary Londoners can afford to rent. #ukhousing21 Sep 2018
The UK's housing problems are complex, and we need a brave vision to address it. But in London, there is one aspect of it which is straightforward. We need to build more homes. The UK's top 5 hotspots for supply shortages are all in London. https://news.sky.com/story/line-18-uks-housing-crisis-wont-be-solved-by-building-more-homes-11503447 … pic.twitter.com/2c8ttiPwlo21 Sep 2018