Address

Prudential House
Topping street
Blackpool
FY1 3AB

Telephone
0300 123 1142

Textphone
0300 123 1264

Email: SSCSA-Liverpool@
justice.gov.uk

How to find us at Blackpool

Prudential House, Topping street, Blackpool, FY1 3AB
Tel: 0300 123 1142 Textphone: 0300 123 1264 Email: SSCSA-Liverpool@justice.gov.uk

 

Important information about this SSCS tribunal venue

This building is temporarily closed as part of our response to the Coronavirus pandemic.

We will contact you about alternative arrangements if you have a case scheduled and are working to do this as soon as possible.

For more information visit our announcement page on GOV.UK.

 

 

Who should I contact about my hearing?
Telephone: 0300 123 1142
Minicom : 0300 123 1264

Directions to the Hearing Centre

By road
Prudential House is in the town centre. Topping Street is off the A586 Talbot Road and less than 10 minutes walk up from the North Pier. On the Talbot road follow the signpost for Talbot road and Topping Street Car Park. The venue will be on your left. If you continue to follow the road, it will lead you to parking. Parking is available in the multi-storey car park to the rear of the building. Disabled parking and general car parking are available at Wilkinsons store approximately 40 metres away, and in East Topping Street approximately 100 metres away.

By Rail/Underground
Blackpool North railway station is approximately 5 minutes walk away. From the train station, follow the road out of the train station and then head back on yourself on the road adjacent. Follow the road and take a right at the end. Follow this road until you reach the Wilkinsons, then take the first left available, which will lead you onto Topping Street. The hearing centre will be on your left. For more information about train times, please visit: www.nationalrail.co.uk.

By Bus
There is a bus stop directly outside the building. The buses that stop there are the 7, 9, 75 and 76. For more information about bus times, please visit: www.transportdirect.info.

Can I bring my Children to the Hearing Centre?
Yes, but please remember that children should not be left unattended at any time. The hearing centre does not have anyone to look after children and our staff cannot supervise them or be held responsible for their safety. In most circumstances you cannot take children into the hearing room with you. They can stay in the waiting room as long as there is another adult with you to look after them.

Special requirements
If you have any special requirements that you have not already notified to the Tribunal, which need to be taken into account so that you can attend the hearing you should contact the office that notified you of your hearing as soon as possible to discuss these.

Other Information

Help and Advice
HM Courts & Tribunals Service Staff can advise you on Tribunal procedures and information about your hearing, but they cannot give you legal advice.

Accessibility and Facilities

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