Conference on the Representation Theory of p-adic groups
Location and travel in London

The main campus of King's College London is in the heart of London, on the Strand. Here are links to maps of:

  • the area around the Strand campus;
  • the Strand campus in detail.
  • The detailed map also gives information on the nearest underground and train stations, and bus stops.

    Registration and the talks will take place in room 2C, which is located on the first floor of the King's Building (B on the detailed map), at the end next to the Strand Building (A on the detailed map). Travel to London

    London is served by three (main) airports: Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted. Most long-haul flights will come in to Heathrow or Gatwick. There are trains connecting from the main airports to London stations. However, if you are coming in from Heathrow then I would recommend that, rather than taking the Heathrow express train, you take the underground - the Picadilly Line to Hammersmith, and change there onto the District Line. (The change is easy - just cross the platform.)

    From mainland Europe, there is also the Eurostar train from Paris (2 hours 40 minutes) or Brussels (2 hours 20 minutes). The trains currently come into Waterloo station, which is just across the river from King's. (See the area map linked above.)