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Bally Studios
Unit 16-18,
Millmead Business Centre
Millmead Road
Tottenham Hale
N17 9QU
Tel: 020 8808 0472

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Click here for very detailed information about how to get to us from Tottenham Hale tube station. 

Public Transport -  Tube, Train and Bus Links. 
Tottenham Hale is surely one of the most underrated transportation hubs within London, and here is how to get to us as quickly as possible.  Depending on where you come from, these are the best ways to make your journey as quick as possible.  In all cases where you use public transport we will give you directions to the nearest tube station, which is Tottenham Hale on the Victoria Line and then from there you can go to the "directions" page to see how to get to the studios from there. It's about a 6 minute walk, and the route is well lit, safe and pleasant. 

Tube/Train: The Victoria Line is, officially, the fastest tube line on the whole network, so if you have a chance to use it, do so.  If you are based near the Picadilly line, remember that if you head northwards towards Finsbury Park then you have cross platform connections to the Victoria Line, so it takes about 10 seconds to make the connection from the Picadilly Line platform to the Victoria Line one as long as you are heading in the same direction (Northbound Picadilly - Northbound Victoria, etc) . Some people change at Kings Cross but this will add about 5 minutes to your journey, so try to do it at Finsbury Park instead.

If you are near the Overground network there are other options.  If you are on the East London line or the Richmond to Stratford branch of the overground, get that to Highbury and Islington and then change there to the Victoria Line, and you will be 3 stops away from Tottenham Hale. If you are on the Goblin line (The Gospel Oak to Barking line), go to Blackhorse Rd and then from there swap onto the Victoria line and it is one stop away.
If you are near the Central Line, Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City or Circle line it may be much faster to change at Liverpool Street and to get the Overground train from there instead, as it is 14 minutes away from Tottenham Hale, and you can use your Oyster Card on it too. It all depends on what direction you come from, but try to keep it in mind that it is often quicker to get to Tottenham Hale from Liverpool Street than many people realise.  

It is also worth noting that Tottenham Hale is fully wheelchair accessable. 

Here is a map to help you get your bearings
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If you are arriving by train, TFL Journey planner says that Tottenham Hale is this far away from the following stations.

Finsbury Park                       = 7 mins
Highbury and Islington      = 11 mins
Liverpool Street                   = 12 mins
Kings Cross                           = 13 mins
Oxford Circus                       = 17 mins
Camden Town                      = 24 mins
Old Street                              = 24 mins
Arnos Grove                         = 25 mins
Barking                                 = 26 mins
Brixton                                 = 29 mins
Notting Hill                         = 30 mins
Earls Court                          = 33 mins
Kilburn                                 = 35mins
Ealing Broadway                = 45mins
Richmond                            = 53mins

Need to get the last tube?  These are the typical last train times, although it is always best to check on the day.
As Tottenham Hale is also on the train network, it means that it has also direct links with places such as Cambridge, Stansted, Kings Lynn, Harlow Town, Cheshunt Town,  Hertford East as well as serving the following stations directly, without interchange: Bethnal Green (Rail), Cambridge Heath, London Fields, Hackney Downs, Clapton, Northumberland Park, Angel Road, Ponders End, Brimsdown, Enfield Lock, Waltham Cross, Broxbourne, Royden, Rye House, St Margarets, Ware, Harlow Mill, Sawbridgeworth, Stansted Mountfiltchet, Newport, Elsenham, Audley End, Great Chesterford, Shelford, Whittlesford Parkway, Waterbeach, Ely, Littleport, Downham Market and Watlington, without an interchange, meaning it is well connected to most of Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Hartfordshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and even as far as Lincolnshire. 
If you want further information on the routes available, here is the best link to use. 

Tottenham Hale has excellent bus connections with various parts of North London.   It is directly served by the following Bus Routes: 
41 - Tottenham Hale Station, (Tottenham Swan (towards Tottenham Hale)), Seven Sisters Station, West Green Road, Turnpike Lane Station, Turnpike Lane, Hornsey Station, Tottenham Lane, Crouch End Broadway, Crouch End Hill, Hornsey Rise, St Johns Way, Archway Station.

76 - Tottenham Hale Station,  Tottenham Swan, Seven Sisters Station, South Tottenham Station, Stamford Hill, Stoke Newington Station, Rectory Road Station, Dalston Kingsland Station, Hoxton, Old Street Station, Moorgate Station, Bank Station, Mansion House Station, St Paul's Station, Ludgate Circus, Aldwych, Waterloo Bridge, Waterloo Station, County Hall, Waterloo Baylis Road​
123 - Wood Green Station, Turnpike Lane Station, Westbury Avenue, Lordship Lane, Bruce Grove Station Tottenham Swan, (Seven Sisters Station (towards Wood Green)), Tottenham Hale Station, Blackhorse Road Station, Walthamstow Bell, Waterworks Corner, South Woodford Charlie Browns Roundabout, Woodford Avenue, Gants Hill Station, Cranbrook Road, Ilford Station, Ilford Hainault Street.

192 - Enfield Town Little Park Gardens, Enfield Town Station, Lincoln Road, Bush Hill Park Station, Wellington Road, Bury Street, Edmonton Green Station, Plevna Road, Mantagu Road, Angel Road Station, Angel Road Tesco, Watermead Way, Tottenham Hale Station

230 -  Wood Green Station, Turnpike Lane Station, West End Green, Tottenham Swan, (Seven Sisters Station, towards Wood Green), Tottenham Hale Station, Blackhorse Road Station, St James Street Station, Walthamstow Central Station, Hoe Street, Leyton Bakers Arms, Whipps Cross Roundabout, Wood Street Walthamstow Station, Upper Walthamstow Bisterne Avenue.
W4 - Oakthorpe Park Chequers Way, Wolves Lane, White Hart Lane, Wood Green Station, Turnpike Lane Station, West Green Road, Belmont Road, Park Road, Broadwater Farm Estate William Road, The Avenue, Bruce Grove Station, Tottenham Swan, (Seven Sisters Station (towards Oakthorpe Park)), Tottenham Hale Station, Ferry Lane Estate.

Night Buses:
N41 - Tottenham Hale Station, (Tottenham Swan (to Tottenham Hale)), Seven Sisters Station, West Green Road, Turnpike Lane Station, Turnpike Lane, Hornsey Station, Tottenham Lane, Crouch End Broadway, Crouch End Hill, Hornsey Rise, St Johns Way, Archway Station, Upper Holloway Station, Holloway Nag's Head, Holloway Road Station, Highbury & Islington Station, Islington Upper Street, Angel Station, Saddler's Wells Theatre, Clerkenwell Rosebury Avenue, Theobald's Road, Holborn Station, Tottenham Court Road Station, Leicester Square Station, Trafalgar Square.
N73 - Walthamstow Central Station, Hoe Street, Walthamstow Bell, Blackhorse Road Station, Tottenham Hale Station, (Tottenham Swan (to Walthamstow)), Seven Sisters Station, South Tottenham Station, Stamford Hill Station, Stoke Newington Station, (Stoke Newington Common (towards Victoria)), Albion Road, Newington Green, Newington Green Road, Essex Road Station, Angel Station, Pentonville Road, King's Cross Station, St Pancras Station, Euston Station, Euston Square Station, Tottenham Court Road Station, Oxford Circus, Bond Street Station, Oxford Street Selfridges, Marble Arch, Park Lane, Hyde Park Corner, Victoria Station.
Driving:   Tottenham Hale is based only 2.1 miles away from the North Circular, which, without traffic, takes 7 minutes.  It is best to use the 1055 for the journey, which is the road that goes past Edmonton Ikea.  If there is a Tottenham Hotspur game on that day there will be more traffic, so remember to factor that in also.   Also there is now less traffic in Tottenham in general due to the extensive work that they have done in reconfiguring the one way system, however if you have not been to the studios in a long time the route will have changed.  Once you get to the studios, here is an example of the free parking that we have available.   Please make sure that if you are coming by car that you check with a member of staff as to whether you will need a parking permit, as in many cases a permit will be needed, and we have no control at all over this, we don't collect the money for it either, the owner of our building has given control of this to a third party.  As a general rule, if you park where the yellow lines are you'll need a permit from us, which we can give you free of charge, and if you park where the blue lines are then you'll need to pay for parking at the meter.  If in any doubt, please let us know and we'll be more than happy to help. 
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