How to find us

London office

23–28 Penn Street
London N1 5DL

Our London office is in Hoxton, close to Shoreditch Park and the Regent's Canal.

Please ring the intercom outside when you arrive. Our building is wheelchair-accessible and there is a lift to all floors. We are officially on the second floor, although you need to select third floor if you're taking the lift due to a mezzanine level.

Map showing FPA London office

How to get here

Underground:  We are a 15–20 minute walk, or a short bus ride, from Old Street station on the Northern line.

Overground: We are around a 10 minute walk from Hoxton and Haggerston stations on the East London line. Old Street and Essex Road stations are both a short bus ride away.

Bus: Buses 21, 76, 141 and 271 all stop nearby. The nearest bus stop is Eagle Wharf Road.

Cycle: There are bicycle racks outside the building (bikes left at own risk). If you would like to bring your bike inside please give us advance notice and we will accommodate you if possible. The nearest Santander bicycle docking station is on the corner of Pitfield Street and Hyde Road.

Walk: Get walking directions using Google maps.

Car: There is no free parking nearby. There is a car park at Britannia Leisure Centre on Northport Street. There is also some on street pay and display parking.

Plan your journey on the Transport for London website.

Belfast office

3rd Floor, Ascot House
24–31 Shaftesbury Square
Belfast BT2 7DB

Our Belfast office is on Shaftesbury Square, across the road from the Ulster Bank.

When you arrive, ring the bell marked FPA at the entrance and we will release the front door. Ascot House is wheelchair accessible with a lift to all floors. We are on the third floor.

Map showing FPA Belfast office

Visitors should be aware that there are almost always anti-choice protestors outside our building. Many visitors have been harassed by protestors even if their visit is unconnected with unplanned pregnancy or abortion. You can enter the building using an alternative entrance if you request this.

How to get here

Train: Botanic train station is five minutes walk away. Turn right out of the station. Walk downhill on Botanic Avenue to the south end of Shaftesbury Square. Ascot House is across the square to your left.

Bus: Europa bus station is ten minutes walk away. Exit the station onto Great Victoria Street and turn right. Walk straight along Great Victoria Street until you reach Shaftesbury Square. Ascot House is on your right.

Cycle: Bicycles may be brought into the building and up to the third floor in the lift.

Walk: Get walking directions using Google maps.

Car: There is no free parking nearby. On street parking is available – you will need to buy a ticket from one of the machines in the street. There is also a multi-storey car park next to the Europa bus station.

Plan your journey on the Translink website.

Derry office

4th Floor, Northern Counties Building
22–24 Waterloo Place
Derry BT48 6BU

Our Derry office is in the town centre, beside the Guildhall. Please ring the buzzer marked Family Planning Association when you arrive. We are on the fourth floor.

Map showing FPA Derry office

How to get here

Train: Derry station is a 15 to 20 minute walk away on the other side of the Craigavon Bridge.

Bus: The main bus terminal is a few minutes walk away on Foyle Street.

Cycle: Bicycles may be bought into the building and left in the main lobby on the ground floor.

Walk: Get walking directions using Google maps.

Car: Follow the signs for the city centre. The front area of the building is pedestrianised.  There are a number of car parks nearby. Victoria car park and William Street car park charge 50p per hour. Foyleside Shopping Centre car park costs £1 for the first hour or £1.50 for up to two hours and Quayside Shopping Centre car park cost 80p for the first hour or 1.50 for up to two hours.

Plan your journey on the Translink website.

Wales office

c/o Llyfrgell Bethesda
Coetmor Road
Gwynedd LL57 3DP

Our North Wales office is in the Bethesda library building, just outside Bangor. The office is not always staffed so please don't visit unless you have arranged this with us first.

If the main building door is locked, please call the office on 01248 605677 or knock on the lower door to be let in.

Map showing Bangor office

How to get here

Train: The nearest station is Bangor. From here, it's a 10 minute taxi journey. Alternatively, you can take a bus to the high street.

Bus: The nearest bus stop is on the high street, a 3 minute walk away. Get off at Caffi Coed y Brennin, take the first left up the hill, follow this round to the left then take the first right and you will see the library on your left.

Cycle: Visitors are welcome to bring bikes into the foyer.

Walk: Get walking directions using Google maps.

Car: Exit the A55 at Junction 11, marked Betws y Coed, from the east. Take the third exit, or from the west, the first exit, at the roundabout before taking the first exit at the mini roundabout and heading straight into Bethesda. Turn left on to Bryntirion, just after the café on the corner, following the road around to the left before turning right on to Coetmor Road. The library building will be on your left. There is some parking in front of the building which is fine to use. On street parking is also available around the building.