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The office is situated on Loman Street just across the river from the City of London and is a short walk away from the world famous Borough Market.


The nearest mainline stations to the office are Waterloo, Waterloo East and London Bridge, all of which are a 10 – 15 minute walk away.

Waterloo provides fast connections to South West London, Surrey and the southern Home Counties; London Bridge and Waterloo East serve South East London and Kent. Waterloo and London Bridge are on separate branches of the Northern Line, providing fast links to both the West End and the City of London.

The nearest tube to the office is Southwark Station, only a 5 minute walk away, situated on the Jubilee line and provides a convenient service to both the centre of town and also Canary Wharf.

Extensive bus links provide routes to and from the West End and the City.


A public car park is situated in Ewer Street, off Union Street, where parking is available for the whole day.

Public car parking facilities are also available on Blackfriars Road and Borough Road.

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Andrew, speaking in a debate on the size of the House of Lords, emphasises the importance of having the right people

19 December 2017

"What we must all focus on and protect is the calibre and experience of those people who are called to sit in this Chamber .... your Lordships’ House is not centrally about numbers but about people."

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