Croydon Life in the UK Test Centre

PSI Croydon
Grosvenor House, 8th Floor,
125 High Street,


The testing site in Croydon is housed in Grosvenor House, which is situated on High Street, just south of the town centre. Situated off the A232, the structure gives visitors coming from the east or west easy access to the town. People coming from the north and south of the south London borough can take the A23 to get to Croydon town centre.


Wandle Road has two adequate parking lots, one on each side of the A232. Located on the same side of the A232 as the exam centre, this site is both the nearest and the most affordable option, therefore we recommend going there. To get to the site, take the test, and get back to your car, you can get a two-hour parking ticket from this lot for £3.50. It takes less than a minute to go from this facility to the test site, and it’s just around the corner from Grosvenor House.

Parking at the second Wandle Road Car Park, which is across the A232, costs £2.30 per hour. Even if it’s a little farther away, the spot is still really handy—about 150 metres from the testing centre.

Visit this Parkopedia page for more information on nearby parking choices.


Grosvenor House is conveniently located near several bus stops. To get the most out of Croydon’s public transport system, try to get off at one of these stops:

There are several locations in Croydon: the library, the flyover, Katharine Street and Coombe Road. The testing location is just five minutes away from all of these points of interest.

To create your own itinerary, go to the “bus lines” part of the following link.


Croydon is a stop on a line that travels across southern London and is operated by London Trams. Wellesley Road is the nearest tram stop to Grosvenor House, which is less than one kilometre away.

The only way to get from the station to the venue is to walk a long distance since there is no connecting bus service. The most direct route to Grosvenor House is via foot, so we recommend that you use that route. To reach High Street, continue south through the town centre on Wellesley Road, St. George’s Walk, and Mint Walk. The location, on the left side of the road, is about 300 metres south of this point.


Approximately equal distances separate the three overground train stations in Croydon from the testing site. The most popular station, East Croydon, may be able to accommodate your travel arrangements because it is the busiest.

Located around 1 km northeast of the test centre lies the station. Taking the 466 Caterham route from outside East Croydon station to a stop 150m south of the test venue on Coombe Road would get you to Grosvenor House in no time at all. On foot, you can go west along Park Street and George Street, then turn onto High Street and go south to the testing location. It will take about 10 minutes to get from the station to the venue, whether you walk or take the bus.

Visit the Southern Railway website for real-time information on departure and arrival times, station services, and how to get to the tracks.

If you need assistance with your booking, call the Life in the UK Test Helpline at 0800 015 4245 (open Monday through Friday, 8 am to 4 pm).