W3C Workshop on Privacy for Advanced Web APIs 12/13 July 2010, London

Workshop Venue

The workshop will be hosted by Vodafone at their offices at "1 Kingdom Street, London, W2 6BY." Bing, Google and Yahoo! maps do not accurately locate this address and all show this as a building site even though the building is over a year old. However, OpenStreetMap.org has accurate mapping data for the area.

Note: Registration for this workshop is required. Submitters of accepted position papers have received the registration link in e-mail.

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										 entrance one kingdom street

On Foot

From Paddington Station
Head in the opposite direction to the mainline station concourse and you’ll see a footbridge about 100 metres away, which is accessible from a number of the platforms (platform 8 being one of them). Go up the steps, turn right (left if coming from the Hammersmith & City tube line) and continue along the walkway following the PaddingtonCentral signs. These will lead you left alongside the canal on you right. At Starbucks, turn left between two large buildings into Sheldon Square. Head straight on, passing the main Paddington Central grass amphitheatre and shops on your right-hand side. Keep going until you reach Kingdom Street. Vodafone is the large blue building half-way along on your left. Sign in at the building reception and then, once past the building entry gates, come to the Vodafone reception on your left.

From Bishop’s Bridge
Sheldon Square and Kingdom Street can be accessed directly from Bishop’s Bridge by following the signs to PaddingtonCentral.

From Little Venice
Walk towards Paddington Station along the towpath following the PaddingtonCentral signs.

From Harrow Road
Walk across the new pedestrian bridge alongside the Porteus Road subway and the Travis Perkins Yard into the PaddingtonCentral development, following the signs.

By car or taxi

One of the closest public car parks is the NCP at Colonnades, Porchester Terrace. There is also a nearby Apcoa car park in Bishop’s Bridge Road. Taxi access to PaddingtonCentral is directly off Bishop’s Bridge on Bishop’s Bridge Road.

From Heathrow

The easiest way to get to Paddington Station from Heathrow Airport is via the Heathrow Express, which operates a direct train service.


The Novotel Paddington is right next to the meeting location.

Not far away, near the main station, is the Hilton Paddington.


Wireless 802.11 Internet access will be provided.