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Bloomsbury training venue
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12 Bloomsbury Square
The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
London WC1A 2LP
Upon arrival at 12 Bloomsbury Square, ring the buzzer and explain you are a delegate for STL. Please sign in at the reception area.
(Parking at the Bloomsbury venue is not provided - please see below for more details about parking and contacting us about accessibility requirements)
9:30am - 12:30pm (Lunch break) 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Lunch is provided on the day.
Training commences at 9:30 sharp. Please arrive at 9:15. The office opens at 9:00. Late admissions are at the trainer's discretion, to ensure minimal disruption.
If running late, please phone 0207 987 3777
Arriving by train
Nearest tube/underground station: Holborn (Piccadilly and Central lines) Zone 1.
Tottenham Court Road is also nearby (Northern and Central lines) Zone 1.
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From Holborn station:
Cross over to the opposite side of the intersection (twice, so you are diagonally opposite).
You will now be on High Holborn. Continue walking up this road (west), and after Pret and EAT, take the first right into Southampton Pl. Walk to the end of this street to get to Bloomsbury Square. The International Arbitration Centre (where training is held) is clockwise around Bloomsbury Square from your position, so walk up the street on the left, about halfway up the street.
From Tottenham Court Road station:
Use the Dominion Theatre exit. Walk past the theatre along Tottenham Court Road. Take the first right into Great Russell Street. Continue along this street, crossing over major intersection Bloomsbury Street. Pass the British Museum on your left. Take a right into Bloomsbury Square. The International Arbitration Centre (where training is held) is about halfway up the street.
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