Office Location London

Pick Everard
322 High Holborn

Tel: 0345 045 0050

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London Underground
The office is metres from Chancery Lane Underground station (Central line), and less than 10 minutes walk from nearby Holborn station (Central and Piccadilly lines). Use this link to view the London Underground map and other information about London Underground services: Transport For London (TFL)

From Chancery Lane, leave the station by Exit 4, and continue straight ahead for 200 metres where you will find our offices immediately adjacent to Marks & Spencer on the left-hand side.

From Holborn, turn right out of the station and walk along High Holborn. Our offices are immediately adjacent to Marks & Spencer on the right-hand side.

Services 8, 25, 242, 341 and 521 stop outside Chancery Lane Underground station. To plan a journey by bus, use the following website: TFL Bus Maps

National Rail
City Thameslink and Farringdon stations, for National Rail services, are also within easy walking distance of our offices. Signposts at street level indicate the walking route to Chancery Lane Station.

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