50 Lincoln's Inn Fields
50 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3TL
020 7405 7686
Guide Last Updated: 05/01/2017
Services / facilities within the building include staff offices for the department of international development, the justice and security research programme, and the civil society and human security research unit.
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The LSE campus is located in central London, off Kingsway (A4200) and the Aldwych (A4).
This campus does not have its own car park, but Blue Badge and standard on-street parking is available nearby.
The campus can be accessed via a number of London Bus routes, including bus 1 (New Oxford Street to Canada Water Bus Station), 59 (Streatham Hill to Kings Cross Station), 68 (West Norwood to Euston Bus Station), X68 (Croydon to Russell Square), 91 (Crouch End to Trafalgar Square), 168 (Royal Free Hospital to Old Kent Road), 171 (Catford to Holborn Station), 188 (North Greenwich Station to Russell Square Station) 243 (Wood Green to Waterloo Station) and 521 (Waterloo Station to London Bridge Station).
The nearest railway station is Charing Cross. However, all of the London Terminal stations are within reach of the campus using public transport.
The nearest tube stations are Holborn on the Central and Piccadilly lines, Temple on the District and Circle lines, and Charing Cross on the Northern and Bakerloo lines.
For more information, please see the Travelling To LSE page on the University Website.
Please see the Transport for London website for more details on travelling to the LSE by bus or tube.
Please see the National Rail website for details of trains into London.
Telephone Number: 020 7955 6167.
Telephone Number: 020 7955 7125.
Telephone Number: 020 7955 7160.
Telephone Number: 020 7955 7531.
The building does not have its own dedicated parking.
There is not a car park for public use within 200m (approx).
Clearly signed and / or standard marked parking bays are not available.
There is stepped access at this entrance.
The main door(s) open(s) away from you (push).
The door(s) is / are double (with one leaf locked).
The door(s) is / are heavy.
The width of the door opening is 53cm (1ft 9in).
There is a second set of doors.
The door(s) open(s) towards you (pull).
The door(s) is / are double.
The door(s) is / are heavy.
The width of the door opening is 121cm (3ft 12in).
The step(s) is / are located in front of and immediately beyond the entrance.
There is / are 6 step(s) to access the entrance.
There is not tactile paving at the top and bottom of the step(s).
The step(s) is / are clearly marked.
The step(s) is / are deep.
The steps do not have handrails.
There is step free access throughout the ground floor.
There are doors in corridors which have to be opened manually.
There is clear signage for building facilities/areas in the foyer/reception area.
There is clearly written and pictorial directional signage at key points of circulation routes.
There is some flooring in corridors with a very shiny finish which could cause issues with glare or be perceived as slippery.
There is good colour contrast between the walls and floor in all areas.
The lighting levels are varied.
This building does not play background music.
There is not a hearing assistance system.
There is a lift for public use.
The lift is located to the left as you enter.
The lift is a standard lift.
The floors which are accessible by this lift are G-1-2-3.
Wall mounted information boards are provided at lift landings.
There are manual, heavy, single doors to access the lift lobby from the first floor upwards.
The lift is approximately 4m (4yd 1ft) from the stairs.
Staff do not need to be notified for use of the lift.
The dimensions of the lift are 90cm x 105cm (2ft 11in x 3ft 5in).
The clear door width is 62cm (2ft).
The lift door opens by sliding and is heavy.
There are not separate entry and exit doors in the lift.
There is not a mirror to aid reversing out of the lift.
The lift does not have a visual floor indicator.
The lift does not have an audible announcer.
The lift does have a hearing loop system.
The lift does not have Braille markings.
The lift does not have tactile markings.
The controls for the lift are not within 90cm - 120cm from the floor.
The lowest control button is 140cm high.
The lighting level in the lift is medium.
The floors which are accessible by stairs are G-1-2-3.
There are 15+ steps between floors.
There are manual, heavy, single doors to access the stairwell from the first floor upwards.
The lighting levels are medium.
The steps are clearly marked.
The steps are deep (18cm+).
The steps do have handrails.
The steps have a handrail on the left going up.
There is a landing.
There are shared standard toilets facilities on the first floor.
There are female standard toilets facilities on the third floor.