South Asian Concern is situated in central Sutton, just a five minute walk from Sutton railway station.
Although not part of the London Underground network, there are a number of buses to Sutton from Morden underground station which is the southern terminus of the Northern line. The suggested bus routes are the 80 towards Belmont (stop H) or 164 towards Sutton (stop B) and alight at Sutton Police Station (stop K).
Our address is Chancery House (Room 202), St Nicholas Way, Sutton, Surrey SM1 1JP
Tel: 0044 (0)203 823 8082
Directions from Sutton station
On leaving Sutton station turn right and head towards the main shopping area.
Cross over two major roads (using pedestrian crossings) and, when you reach Waterstones Bookshop, turn left along Trinity Square/Hill Road and Chancery House is the last building on the right. Turn into St Nicholas Way to reach the entrance. We are on the second floor (Room 202).
Directions from Sutton Police Station (stop K)
Please note: this stop is sited opposite Manor Park (round the corner from the Police Station).
On alighting the bus turn right and head back the way you have just come. Take the first left into Throwley Road and then keep straight on past Waterstones Bookshop (on your right) and entering Trinity Square/Hill Road. Chancery House is the last building on the right. Turn into St Nicholas Way to find the entrance and we are on the second floor (Room 202).
Travelling by car
If you are travelling to Sutton by car then the public car parks at Gibson Road and St Nicholas Centre are both within a few minutes walk.
From Gibson Road multi-storey head towards the town centre and the first major road you reach is St Nicholas Way. Chancery House should be almost opposite you across the road.
From St Nicholas Car Park don’t go into the shopping centre but walk up St Nicholas Way (past the Empire Cinema) and Chancery House on the other side of the road opposite a bus stop.
Chancery House (Room 202)
St Nicholas Way
T 020 3823 8082
Registered Charity 1002270
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