Office Locations

London Office

Tel: 020 3443 9576

Email: enquiries@curzongreen.co.uk

Nearest underground stations:
Monument (Circle and District Lines) (0.05 miles)
Bank (Northern, Central, Waterloo and City Lines and DLR) (0.26 miles)
Cannon Street (Circle and District Lines) (0.27 miles)
Tower Hill (Circle and District Lines) (0.33 miles)
London Bridge (Jubilee and Northern Lines) (0.4 miles)

Nearest railway stations:
Cannon Street (0.27 miles)
Fenchurch Street Station (0.3 miles)
London Bridge (0.4 miles)

Nearest car park:
National Car Park, London Vintry Thames Exchange, Bell Wharf Lane, EC4 R 3TB (0.5 miles)

Buses:
A vast number of different buses enter the Monument area. Please ask us and we will provide full details

High Wycombe Office

114-116 Oxford Road
High Wycombe
Buckinghamshire
HP11 2DN

DX 4408 HIGH WYCOMBE

Tel: 01494 451 355
Fax: 01494 532 433
Email: enquiries@curzongreen.co.uk
Our High Wycombe offices are located in the town centre opposite the Eden Shopping Centre and next to the Sainsbury’s superstore.

For parking, it is best to park in the Sainsbury’s car park and then walk out of the front entrance of Sainsbury’s and turn immediately left because our offices are next to the store. You will find that parking is free for up to 4 hours providing you purchase £15 of shopping, or if you want to stay for longer then you can stay for up to 12 hours providing you park on the top level of the car park and pay £5. Alternatively, one can park in Dovecot car park (vehicle access next door to Sainsbury’s car park) where it costs £1 for an hour or £2.50 for up to 4 hours.

Marlow Office

Full contact details
Marlow Place
6 Station Road
Marlow
SL7 1NB

DX 4408 HIGH WYCOMBE

Tel: 01628 958445
Email: enquiries@curzongreen.co.uk

We are able to meet with clients in person in our offices and have put in place steps to mitigate against COVID-19 through social distancing and cleaning measures. For client meetings parking is free around the back and side of the Marlow Place building (the former home of George II built in 1721), which is just a stone’s throw from the High Street and a 2-minute walk to the River Thames.