Access and travel information

Access and travel information

Please note that we do not have a drop-in service and will usually only be able to see people who have an appointment.

If you want to book an appointment check our contact details on the Contact DASL page

Location of the DASL office

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To get to We are 336 at 336 Brixton Road

We are 336 (the new name for the Lambeth Accord Centre) at 336 Brixton Road is about 400m out of the centre of Brixton, on the left hand side as you travel towards Kennington. It is the middle of 3 large buildings, just before the Tesco Express garage.


Car parking

There are spaces for disabled drivers and their carers only at the front of the building. On busy days, eg when there are conferences, if you are a Blue Badge holder it is advisable to book a space by ringing We are 336 on 020 7274 2299. The nearest on-street parking spaces for non-disabled drivers are in Wynne Road and Robsart Street, SW9.

Public transport options

Transport for London can give advice on accessible travel routes and facilities.

You can use Transport for Londonís travelplanner for directions by tube, bus, train and up to date travel information:

Journey Planner

British Rail

Brixton Rail Station is on the rail network from Victoria (South Eastern Trains). Please note that there are lots of steps at the rail station.

Brixton Tube

Brixton Underground is on the Victoria Line. Important note about access. There is no lift access between the street and the platforms from February to August 2018 while lifts are being replaced. Customers requiring step-free access are advised to use Vauxhall Tube station, which is accessible from street to train, and from there to use local bus services - routes 2 and 196 operate between Vauxhall and Brixton.

From both Brixton Rail or Brixton Tube stations, cross the main Brixton Road to the bus stops outside Morley’s department store and take a bus (towards Kennington) or you can walk to our office in ten minutes.


The 3,59,133,159 and 415 pass the office. Other buses which come into Brixton are a 10 minute walk from the office (35, 45, 345 and P4 to Brixton Police Station; 2, 196,322, 333, 345 to Brixton Academy).

From Brixton northwards towards Kennington, use the request stop after the Catholic Church and walk ahead for 50 metres. The centre is on the left..
From Kennington towards Brixton, use the Villa Road stop and cross the road at the traffic lights outside the centre.


There is a covered bike shed at the bottom of the ramp where you can lock your cycle. You can also use the lockable bikeshed - please ask at Reception who will lend you a key. Cycles are not allowed in the building.

Entrance to 336

There is a wide, fairly steep double ramp to the front ground floor entrance or six steps. The accessible lift is at car park level. Use the intercom, which is at wheelchair userís height, to speak to the receptionist, to gain entry.

You must first go to the building Reception desk on the ground floor to sign in. The Receptionist will then call to let us know you have arrived.


There are toilets, including wheelchair accessible toilets, in the ground floor reception area and on DASLís floor of the building.