In response to the Coronavirus we have increased our telephone & video call appointments, now available 7 days a week from 7am to 10pm

COVID 19 Update. 7th of April 2020: Our offices remain open for business. New clients can choose to whether
they prefer a face to face or a video appointment. We have had no known cases in the office. Call for more details. Click here

Head Office:
5th Floor Maddox House, 1 Maddox Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 2PZ

Contact


Westkin Associates

5th Floor, Maddox House,

1 Maddox House

Mayfair

London, W1S 2PZ

Phone: +44 (0) 207 118 4546

Fax: +44 (0) 207 900 6020

Email: info@westkin.com

 

Directions

Our offices are ideally placed in the West End in close proximity to business centres, educational establishments and Embassies. If you are unable to attend our offices, please contact us to arrange for us to come to you.


LONDON UNDERGROUND / TUBE

Oxford Circus

Exit from station and locate Regents Street, head southbound down Regents Street for approximately 3 mins walk and turn right onto Maddox Street. We are at Maddox House, approximately the 3rd building on your left, opposite Holland and Barrett. Ring Intercom marked “Westkin”.

Bond Street

Exit Bond Street onto Oxford Street, head east down Oxford Street and turn right onto Regents Street. head southbound down Regents Street for approximately 3 mins walk and right left onto Maddox Street. We are at Maddox House, approximately the 3rd building on your left, opposite Holland and Barrett. Ring Intercom marked “Westkin”.

Piccadilly Circus

Exit onto Regents Street and head northbound up Regents Street for approximately 6 minutes. Turn left onto Maddox Street. We are at Maddox House, approximately the 3rd building on your left, opposite Holland and Barrett. Ring Intercom marked “Westkin”


By Car

From the M1, our offices can be found by heading towards Central London and following sign for the A41 down to Oxford Street, where parking can be obtained.

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