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Imperial Centre for Energy Policy and Technology (ICEPT)
Centre for Environmental Policy
14 Prince's Gardens
London, SW7 1NA
Getting to Imperial College
Take the Piccadilly Line (Underground) from Heathrow to South Kensington Underground station (around 40 minutes travelling time).
Take a British Rail train to Victoria Station ('Gatwick Express' trains run every 15 minutes and take 40 minutes to reach Victoria Station). From Victoria, take the Circle or District Line (Underground) westbound to South Kensington.
These buses travel near to the College: 9, 10 or 52 - Royal Albert Hall, north of the College. 74 or 14 - Victoria and Albert Museum, south of the College. 49 - Gloucester Road. 45A or C1 - South Kensington Underground station. 70 - Queen's Gate. 9A - Prince Consort Road.
Car parking at the College is strictly limited, and students are advised not to bring a car into the College Campus unless permission has been given. In the evening, at weekends, and during vacations, the car park is open to the paying public. Parking in the streets surrounding the College is at parking meters for limited periods. It is unwise, because of the enthusiastic practice of wheel-clamping in the area, to park on yellow lines or in local residents' parking bays.
British Rail to any London terminus, then by Underground (Piccadilly, Circle, or District Line) to South Kensington. The College is between five and ten minutes walk, north along Exhibition road from South Kensington. There is a subway to the College from South Kensington Underground Station.
Piccadilly, Circle, or District Line to South Kensington. Walk north to the College as above.
A Campus map is available. In addition, the Department of Computer Science at UCL provides a Visitor's Guide to London.
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