The Centre for Solution Focused Practice

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BRIEF
7-8 Newbury Street
London
EC1A 7HU

+44 (0)20 7600 3366

info@brief.org.uk

Open 9am to 5pm Monday - Friday

How to get here

Nearest Station

Barbican - 4 Minutes Walk
Hammersmith and City Line, Circle Line or Metropolitan Line

Farringdon - 6 Minutes Walk
Brighton to Bedford

Travelling by Bus

Buses that pass within 10 minutes walk:

Aldersgate:
4, 56

Clerkenwell Road/Old Street:
55, 243, 505

Holborn Viaduct/Newgate Street:
8, 25, 242, 501, 521

Farringdon Road:
17, 45, 46, 63

Public Parking

The nearest Car Parks are:

Aldersgate NCP
West Smithfields NCP
Barbican

There are also a few parking meters in Long Lane and surrounding streets.

Please take note that we are located within the Congestion Charge Zone.

Local Information

As BRIEF is situated in the historic heart of the City of London, there is a great deal visitors can see and do.

Visiting London

If you are visiting London to attend a course, here are some useful links to enhance your stay.

Places of Interest

Accommodation

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Accommodation Information

Travel Information

To see travel options to BRIEF from the major airports in and around London.

Travel Information

Our Location

BRIEF is situated in Newbury Street at the historic heart of the City of London. It is on the margin of Smithfield Market, a 'smooth-field', where meat and livestock have been traded throughout London's history (according to Peter Ackroyd), a stone's throw from St Bartholomew's Hospital, London's first, and almost within sight of St Bartholomew the Great, one of London's oldest churches, dating back to 1123.

It is where the annual Bartholomew's fair was held which became a symbol of disorder and anarchy and lasted until 1855 when it "faded away". However this is also an area of change and development. Newbury Street itself is framed at one end by one of the towers of the Barbican Estate itself a modern classic and recently granted listed status. The Barbican Centre is within 5 minutes walk. Richard Rogers' new, and much admired, Lloyds building is close by and the Tate Modern is in easy walking distance simply by crossing the Millennium Bridge, a route that will pass St Paul's Cathedral on the way, in turn leading to the reconstructed 'Shakespeare's Globe' theatre.