Facilities & Services:
The judges and members of Land Chamber can decide particular dispute cases related to land or its valuation. These judges and members also take up disputed compensation cases, together with different types of land compensation legal cases. Appeals like Leasehold Valuation Tribunals, Residential Property Tribunals and Valuation Tribunals are also heard by these judges and members of Land Chamber.
The general structure of the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) or the Lands Tribunal is as:
Senior President of Tribunals
Lands Chamber Judges
Lands Chamber Members
The usual operational hours of the Upper Tribunal or Lands Tribunal are from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm between Monday and Friday.
How to Contact:
The Upper Tribunal or Lands Tribunal can be contacted either by ringing up or sending a fax or email on the data given under.
Phone: +44 20 7612 9710
Fax: +44 20 7612 9723
Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber), 45 Bedford Square, London WC1B 3DN, United Kingdom.
How to Get to The Lands Tribunal:
The Upper Tribunal or Lands Tribunal can be found at a distance of 0.2 miles from the Tottenham Court Road tube station so it wouldn’t be hard for patrons to cover this gap on foot in about 4 minutes. All they need to do is head north on Tottenham Court Road/A400 towards Hanway Street from the Tottenham Court Road tube station, then turn right onto Bedford Avenue and from where, take a left turn onto Adeline Pl. This will take them to a right turn onto Bedford Square/B506 from where the destination can be seen on the right side. View Map
Bloomsbury, Great Russell Street (WC1) (Stop R) is the nearest bus stop from the workplace of the Upper Tribunal or Lands Tribunal in London, as the distance between them is 0.1 mile and by walk that a visitor can cover in about 2 minutes approximately. From this bus stop, the direction that visitor will choose is going to be northwest on Bloomsbury Street/A400 towards Bedford Avenue then turn left onto B506 that will lead them to the destination on the left.