Facilities & Services:
Following are the services and facilities which the Cabinet Office provides:
- The Cabinet Office is a central unit of the government with an overall purpose of ensuring the government works better.
- The Cabinet Office supports the Prime Minister along with the Cabinet in order to ensure effective progress, coordination and realization of policies and operations throughout all government departments.
- The Cabinet Office also administrates work to make sure that the civil service is providing efficient and effective support to the United Kingdom government so it can meet its objectives.
The organisational structure of the Cabinet office is as follows:
Acting Deputy Director, Elections and Democracy
Assistants Parliamentary Counsel (12)
Communications Planning Director
Deputy directors (96)
The operational hours of the Cabinet Office are from 9:00 am till 5:00 pm.
How to Contact:
People who would like to contact the Cabinet Office can use the phone number mentioned below, and those who would like to make a complaint or want to know how to make a Freedom of Information (FOI) request should click here.
Contact: +44 20 7276 3000
70 Whitehall, London SW1A 2AS, United Kingdom.
How to Get to Cabinet Office:
Cabinet Office is about 0.3 miles away from the Charing Cross tube, which makes it a 5 minutes walking journey. People should head out southwest towards Whitehall/A3212 after getting out of Charing Cross tube station, and then exit the roundabout onto Whitehall/A3212 which will lead them to the destination on the right. View Map
The nearest bus stop from the Cabinet Office is St James', Horse Guards Parade (SW1) (N-bound). The distance between these two points is close to 144 ft that can be covered on foot in roughly 44 seconds. Bus passengers should head in the south direction on Whitehall/A3212 towards Downing Street/Richmond Terrace after arriving at this bus stop in order to locate the Cabinet Office in front of them.