If you would like any further information about the appeals procedure you may contact us on:
Telephone number: 020 7520 7200 (Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm and Saturday, 8.00am to 2pm, excluding bank holidays and any day noted below);
Please note that London Tribunals cannot give you legal advice about your case, but can give you information on procedures.
London Tribunals may only discuss the details of a case with the appellant or authorised representative of the appellant.
Telephone calls to this number may be recorded for training purposes, quality control and verification purposes.
You may also contact us by writing to:
Head of Support Services
PO Box 10598
DX: DX 324201 Nottingham 59
Personal hearings are held at our hearing centre at Chancery Exchange, located a short walk from Chancery Lane underground station:
10 Furnival St
Please do not send Notice of Appeals, evidence or letters to the hearing centre address as this could result in delays in your case.
How to get to the hearing centre
If you intend to travel to the hearing centre by public transport, the journey planner provided by Transport for London on their website may be of some assistance in planning your journey - TfL Journey Planner
If you intend to drive to the hearing centre please note that there are no parking facilities on-site. However, local parking places can be viewed on the City of London website and the City of Westminster website. There is one disabled parking bay on Furnival Street.
If you are using a SAT NAV or other electronic mapping service, please use our address "10 Furnival Street" to find us rather than the postcode. On some applications, the postcode will take you to a road at the rear of our building which you will not be able to access the hearing centre from.
If you are unable to attend your hearing
If you are unable to attend your personal hearing for any reason please contact us by telephone as soon as possible.
To avoid any delay in considering your request, please do not e-mail or post it to us.
Unless you have spoken to somebody or received written or e-mail confirmation that your hearing has been rescheduled, please do not assume that you will automatically be granted an adjournment
Making an appeal
Watch our video to find out what happens when you make an appeal.