Iranian Association Life in the UK Test Centre

222 King Street
London,
W6 0RA

Car

The Iranian Association takes this test at their office on King Street, which is on the western edge of the west London area of Hammersmith. People coming from the west can easily connect to Hammersmith via the M4 highway. There are also many other ways to get to the borough from all directions. The test centre is right next to the A4, which runs through the middle of Hammersmith.

Bus

There are several bus routes that pass close to the test spot because it is close to London’s city centre. If you use one of London’s many bus lines, please aim to get off at one of the following stops:

You can go to Hammersmith Town Hall, Ravenscourt Park, or Dalling Road. All of the places you want to go are only a short walk from the test centre.

If you want to plan your own trip, click on this page and scroll down until you see “bus lines.”

Tube

The District Line’s Ravenscourt Park Underground stop is only 50 m north of the Iranian Association and is the closest tube stop to the building. The test spot is on the other side of King Street, so go south on Ravenscourt Road.

Train

On the edges of Hammersmith, there are a number of London Overground train stops. Shepherds Bush and Kensington Olympia are the two closest to the test spot. They are about the same distance away. Based on the fact that getting to King Street from Shepherds Bush stop is slightly easier, we will give you directions for that route.

Since Shepherds Bush and the Iranian Association are about three miles apart, it might be too far to walk to get there. You can take the 237 Hounslow West bus from outside Shepherds Bus Station to the stop at Stamford Brook, which is about 650m from the test site. From here, just go south on Goldhawk Road (A402) to get to the Iranian Association. Then, turn left onto King Street and walk towards the building.

Visit the Transport for London (TFL) website for live information on train arrivals and departures, station services, and how to get to stations.

Parking

The Iranian Association building has some good on-site parking, but you might want to keep one or two other parking options in mind.

Not far west, at 100 m, is the Premier Inn Car Park, but it only sells tickets for 24 hours. At £20 each, these aren’t the cheapest way to park. The next most likely place to use is the Kings Mall Car Park, which is about a kilometre away. If you do decide to use this service, please keep in mind that a parking ticket for two hours costs £3.00. This should give you enough time to get to the place, take your test, and then get back to your car.

From Kings Mall, take the A315 west, then turn left onto Dalling Road, and go south to get to the test centre. At the end of the road, turn right onto King Street. Walk for about 100 metres until you reach the building of the Iranian Association.

If you’re looking for other places to park in your area, please visit this Parkopedia page.

Need help with your booking? Call 0800 015 4245, Monday through Friday, 8am to 4pm, to reach the Life in the UK Test Helpline.