Contact us

Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), UK Representation
50 Broadway

Telephone: +44(0) 2071524091


Directions by tube
The nearest underground tube stations are St. James’s Park (2 minutes walk) and Victoria (11 minutes).

Directions by bus
London transport local buses 11, 24, 211, 148 and 507 stop on Victoria Street, which is near Buckingham Gate. Many buses stop at Victoria train Station, which is a 10-minute walk from Buckingham Gate: 2, 16, 36, 38, 82, C2, 44, C1, 73, 170, C10, 52, 436, 185.

Car parking
Please note that there is no parking available in the office premises. Near the KRG office, there are a few on-street parking spaces with pay-by-phone, coin or credit card parking meters, which are monitored by Westminster Council.

There are also underground car parks 10 to 15 minutes walk from the KRG Representation. They charge approximately £3 to £5.50 per hour:

Horseferry Car Park
Horseferry Road
Arneway Street
London SW1P 2TX

Victora Station Car Park
Eccleston Bridge Road
London SW1W 9SJ

Victoria Train Station and Victoria Coach Station
The KRG UK Representation is 10 minutes walk from Victoria train Station, and 20 minutes walk from Victoria Coach station


our newsletter


  • All-party parliamentary group (APPG) on Kurdistan holds its annual general meeting

    The all-party parliamentary group (APPG) on the Kurdistan Region in Iraq, which marks its eleventh anniversary this year, held its annual general meeting this week.

  • KRG UK Representation holds its Summer Reception at the UK Parliament

    KRG High Representative said that We hold this summer reception at a time when Iraq has survived ISIS. It is almost a year since ISIS was largely defeated on the ground by the federal Iraq’s securit

  • KRG High Representative meets Lebanon ambassador to the UK

    The two sides discussed areas of mutual concerns including security, political, cultural and economic developments in both the Kurdistan Region and Lebanon. Mr Tahir underlined the strong collaboratio

  • KRG UK High Representative participates at the GE Moore Lecture Series on Photographs of Anthony Kersting OA and Richard Wildings at Dulwich College

    A lecture series was hosted by Dulwich College to reflect upon the historical photographs from the archives of Anthony Kersting along with the contemporary photographs of Richard Wilding, a London bas