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How to contact us

Main contact number

020 3461 4444 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm)

Please use this number if you know the name of the person or department you would like to contact.

General enquiries

Have a look at our links to popular topics (such as exchanging old banknotes). You may also find the answer in our FAQs. Or you can get in touch by email, phone, post or social media:

Media enquiries

If you're a journalist, please use:

Additional contacts

  • Stakeholder Relations helps to facilitate the Bank’s engagement with external technical stakeholders such as economists, analysts, academics, market participants, trade bodies and organisations with an interest in the Bank’s technical work. We produce a weekly Stakeholder Newsletter to share relevant publications, topics and technical briefings.

  • If you’re from a regulated firm, please use the below for any enquiry except those relating to the BEEDS portal:

    • (we are available on email from 9am to 5pm)
    • 020 3461 7000 - Monday to Friday, 10am to 12pm (have your six/seven-digit firm reference number (FRN) ready)
    • Firm Enquiries Team (MG2-SE), Prudential Regulation Authority, 20 Moorgate, London, EC2R 6DA

    If your query is about the Bank of England Electronic Data Submission (BEEDS) portal please contact:

  • The auditor of a financial institution that is subject to statutory regulation has a 'duty to report' certain information to the regulator, relevant to the regulator's functions, which comes to the auditor's attention during the course of their work.

    Any reports of this nature that relate to functions conferred on the PRA or the Bank of England as regulator should be sent to, as well as your regular Supervision contact.

    For more information on an auditor’s duty to report, see sections 342 and 343 of FSMA, The Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Communications by Auditors) Regulations 2001, as well as UK auditing standards.

  • If you are aware of the relevant supervision team you wish to contact, please feel free to contact them directly. If you need information about an individual or a firm in the form of a Goodstanding Letter, please see our guide below:


    Goodstanding Letter information and FAQs

    If you have FMI queries, please email:

    For all other queries, please contact the PRA Firm Enquiries team (see section under Regulated firms for contact details).

  • If you're a statistics user, please use:

How to get here


Bank of England location
Threadneedle Street
London EC2R 8AH

Bank of England Museum location
Bartholomew Lane
London EC2R 8AH

Prudential Regulation Authority location
20 Moorgate
London EC2R 6DA

  • By public transport

    For information on getting here by bus, train and tube, see the Transport for London website.

    By car or coach

    We are in the City of London and there are no parking spaces near us. We suggest you use public transport if you can. The nearest car parks are at:

    • Thames Exchange, Bell Wharf Lane, EC4R 3TB
    • 158 to 170 Aldersgate Street, EC1A 4HY

    The City of London has more information about parking in the City.

    There is no parking on Bartholomew Lane. Drivers and coach operators who drop off or pick up passengers on the double yellow lines do this at their own risk.


    The nearest cycle stands to the Bank of England building and Bank of England Museum are at Lothbury (corner with Prince's Street) and Royal Exchange Avenue. The nearest cycle stands to the Prudential Regulation Authority building are at Great Bell Alley and Copthall Buildings.

    The nearest cycle hire docking station to the Bank of England, the Prudential Regulation Authority buildings and the Bank of England Museum is the Bank of England museum docking station on Bartholomew Lane.  You can find the current status of bike docking stations on Transport for London’s website, along with more information on cycling in London.

    We are sorry but there is currently no cycle parking for visitors within the Bank of England or Prudential Regulation Authority buildings or the Bank of England Museum.

Accessibility at our building

There are steps at our front entrance on Threadneedle Street so we have a lift. If you need to use it, please press the large button with a wheelchair symbol on. It’s at wheelchair level near the left-hand rail. Our security staff will operate the lift and then direct you to the counter.

If you are visiting someone at the Bank, please let your host know in advance if you use a wheelchair. They will make sure you can get to all the parts of the building you need to.

A portable writing table (eazydesk) is available for wheelchair users. Please ask a member of staff if you would like to use it.

An induction loop is available at the counter.

This page was last updated 17 May 2024