Liberal Democrat HQ – address, phone number and other contact details

Since a move in 2011 from 4 Cowley Street, the Liberal Democrat Party HQ address for the federal party is:

Liberal Democrat HQ address

Liberal Democrat headquarters - Great George Street, Westminster, London - image from Google Maps

Liberal Democrats
8-10 Great George Street

United Kingdom

020 7022 0988


Map here.

The federal party HQ is also used by the English Liberal Democrats and, off and on, by London Region Liberal Democrats as well as various party organisations.

The previous Liberal Democrat HQ at 4 Cowley Street had been the party’s HQ since its formation in 1988 when the Liberal Party and the SDP merged. Prior to that it had been the SDP’s HQ.

The Cowley Street building is a lovely Grade II listed building, originally the London HQ for the North Eastern Railway Company. However despite an extensive refit just before the 2001 general election, which saw many internal walls removed, it always struggled to be a good quality modern office. This was because the combination of listed features and the old layout meant the the working space was split up into too many smallish offices on different floors. This hindrance to people working together effectively in teams was always a big problem for the Liberal Democrats. Perhaps unsurprisingly, therefore, the building has since been converted into a luxury residential property.

3 responses to “Liberal Democrat HQ – address, phone number and other contact details”

  1. I voted for the Conservatives at the last general election but I will not vote for them again.
    Theresa May has been made to look good by a wilfully poor Labour opposition who have allowed Jeremy Corbyn to stay on as leader when he is not respected by his more able MPs. I am going to vote for the Liberal Democrats because they are the only honest party of the three and honesty is desperately needed in British politics. Labour claim to care about housing so why was it ok for Unite and Len McCluskey to use union money to buy an expensive house in London in the 1990s thus helping to push up the price of housing and forcing people to move out of London which in turn has made it impossible for my son in Kent to buy a house?

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