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How to find us

We are based in north west London at the Tavistock Centre and at the Portman Clinic, but we have services at locations across the south east and beyond.

Our address is:

120 Belsize Lane

Getting to a service location

Each of our service pages detail the address of the service.

Getting here on public transport


Northern line:
Belsize Park (15 min walk)
Jubilee line:
Swiss Cottage (5 min walk)
Finchley Road (6 min walk)
Metropolitan line:
Finchley Road (6 min walk)


Mildmay line (Stratford to Richmond and Clapham Junction route):
Finchley Road and Frognal (11 min walk)
Lioness line (Euston to Watford Junction route):
South Hampstead (13 min walk)


Bus routes C11, 13, 31, 46, 113, 168, 187, 268, 603 all stop nearby.

Find nearby bus stops

Step-free public transport

The nearest step-free stations (from platform to street) are West Hampstead Overground and Thameslink stations. The C11 bus, which has level boarding, goes from these stations to a stop close to the Tavistock Centre (alighting at Finchley Road / College Crescent).

All London buses and licensed black cabs are step-free with a ramp.

Quiet route by public transport

Trains and buses can get very busy during peak hours. Finchley Road, where the nearest Underground stations and some bus stops are, is a very busy and noisy 4 lane road with a lot of people walking around.

Although further, the walk from Belsize Park Underground station* is much quieter in comparison and largely along quiet residential streets.

*Belsize Park underground station does not have escalators, and you are required to use a lift or walk up stairs.

Bus routes 46 and 603 stop very close by, opposite the Tavistock Centre, on Fitzjohn’s Avenue. Bus route 268 stops nearby on Buckland Crescent, a quiet residential street.

Coming by bicycle

We have many secure bike racks outside our main entrance.

Coming by car

There is a limited amount of on-street parking available in the area.

Get help with travel costs

You may be able to claim a refund of reasonable travel costs under the Healthcare Travel Costs Scheme (HTCS) if you are a patient on low income or specific qualifying benefits or allowances.

Proof of travel or receipts are required, and the journey must have been made within 3 months of making a claim.

For further information, and to make a claim, please visit our General Office at the Tavistock Centre.

You may also be able to claim a reimbursement of congestion charges or Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) charges via the Transport for London website.