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Arriving at Heathrow Airport:
Heathrow airport is on the Piccadilly Line of the London Underground train system and the journey to the Holloway Road station takes approximately one hour.
Taxis from Heathrow to Resource for London take approximately one hour and fifteen minutes.
From St Pancras (Eurostar):
After arriving at St Pancras International Station follow signs to Kings Cross Underground and take the Piccadilly Line eastbound to Holloway Road station. The journey will take approximately 6 minutes. Alternatively taxis from St Pancras International to Resource for London take approximately 10 minutes.
By London Underground train:
Take the Piccadilly line to Holloway Road station. On leaving the station turn left and walk under the railway bridge for 5 minutes. Resource for London is on the opposite side of the road and can be reached by using the pedestrian crossing.
Buses 4, 17, 29, 43, 153, 253, 259, 271, 279 and X43 stop within a short walk of Resource for London. Also there are mobility buses available in the area, these are numbers 920, 921, 923 and 927.
There are some unrestricted parking areas behind Resource for London. Contact us for more information.
We take complaints from our members seriously and have a procedure which will escalate such complaints, if necessary, to our Board of Trustees. This procedure is available for any member to see. The procedure covers complaints about our services and outputs, our staff as well as complaints about our members. The procedure does not propose action on disputes between our members and their own employees or volunteers, for which we are mandated simply to suggest ways of redress and consultation which could or should be available.
Open Information Policy
People In Aid is committed to transparency and accountability in our work and relationships. One of People In Aid’s organisational values is “to openly share information and promote creativity, learning and safety in an environment of integrity, quality and mutual accountability”. Our members, supporters, partners, and the other individuals and organisations with whom and on behalf of whom we work, have a right to know about what we are doing. Being open and honest promotes learning and helps us to build and strengthen our work.
This Open Information Policy sets out what information we make publicly available, how we decide what information to share, and how this information can be accessed.
Read the full policy
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