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Directions to our London office
From the City
From Liverpool St Station, take a National Express East Anglia service towards Enfield Town Rail Station, alighting at London Fields Rail. You can use either an oyster card, or London travelcard on these services. Take a left out of the station on Mentmore Terrace, then take the next left under the railway line. Immediately ahead of you will be the Pub on the Park. Turn to your right: Fieldworks is 100 yards ahead on your left, facing onto the children’s playground area of the park. The entrance is on your left near the railyway bridge crossing Martello St.
From Highbury & Islington
From Highbury & Islington (victoria line), take the overground towards Stratford station. Alight at Hackney Central station. Take a right out of the station on Mare street, then go straight ahead until you reach Richmond Road on the right hand side of the road. Walk 150 metres along Richmond Road and take the first turn to your left, following the cycle path. The entrance to our building is under the rail bridge, on Martello St.
If either the outside gate or glass door to our building is closed, you can press 9 for our reception. Alternatively call your ClientEarth contact, or our reception directly on 0207 7495970, to be given entrance.
Directions to our Brussels office
The nearest metro station is Trône, on lines 2 and 6. Exit onto Rue du Luxembourg. Cross this street and head towards the big ING building. Turn on the left on Rue du Trône. Number 60 is on the left hand side; To enter the building you either need an electronic badge or someone should open the door for you. Take the lift to the third floor.
Directions to our Warsaw office
By Metro, Bus, Train
Our office is located in the city centre, so it is easy to reach by any means of transport. The nearest bus/metro/ tram station is called Centrum. If you travel by metro, once you exit the station and you find yourself on the square. You need to go to the underground passage (you will find yourself in this passage in most cases if also using a bus or a tram) and exit by the Hotel Polonia. Then go straight on Marszalkowska street until you reach Żurawia street. Turn right and number 45 is on the left hand side. The entrance is in the archway on the right hand side. Once you enter the building, you need to pass by the reception desk, continue to the end of the corridor, then turn left and go straight until you reach the stairs. Our office is on the second floor.
Directions to our New York office
If you would like to visit the ClientEarth US office, please call (646) 710-7772 in advance and schedule an appointment with Jessica Cox. Our office is located just a few steps east of the 28th Street station on the 6 train, on Park Avenue South, with an entrance at 110 East 28th Street (between Park Avenue South and Lexington Avenues) as well.
The N, R, B, D, F, and M trains are also within walking distance. If any of those lines are more convenient from your origin, take the R train to 28th Street and Broadway, or the N, B, D, F, M trains to the 34th Street and Broadway and walk east or southeast to the intersection of Park Avenue South and East 28th.