For general enquiries, please contact us at:
The Supreme Court
Switchboard: 020 7960 1500 or 1900
DX 157230 Parliament Sq 4
Email for general public enquiries only (please do not attempt to lodge papers or make other formal applications via this email address - use the Registry address below). We recommend that you check our 'Frequently Asked Questions' page before emailing us with queries - we have worked hard to ensure the list is as comprehensive as possible.
For Registry enquiries (generally for legal professionals), such as filing applications, case related enquiries and listing, please telephone 020 7960 1991 or 1992.
Please see Building and Registry opening times. for further details including updates.
Freedom of Information
Please go to our Freedom of Information page for full details.
We hope that this website is comprehensive and helpful. If, however, you wish to make a request for information under the Freedom of Information Act or Environmental Information Regulation (EIR) you can do so via email or post using the addresses below.
Please note that the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) can only be used to access recorded information held by a public body. It cannot be used to obtain guidance, opinions, conjecture or legal advice.
Freedom of Information
The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
Our staff aim to be polite and helpful, and we ask for them to be treated with respect. Abusive telephone calls will be terminated and anyone who threatens or assaults staff, verbally, physically, or in writing may be reported to the police and may face prosecution.
Our policy on how the Supreme Court uses Twitter can be found on our Twitter policy page.
We are aware that some members of the public have received telephone calls from people claiming to be from HMRC asking for money. Due to phone number cloning the calls may appear to come from UKSC switchboard phone numbers (020 7960 1500/1900 or 020 7960 1991). In some cases, people have been asked to look up the UKSC website to 'verify' the switchboard numbers on the website.
The Supreme Court is separate from HMRC and is not involved with tax payments and will not contact individuals about tax matters. HMRC does not use any Supreme Court phone numbers.
This is a scam, and if you receive such a call you should not disclose your personal details or hand over any money.
Please note that members of the public have received fraudulent emails using the UK Supreme Court's name, address and telephone number.
How to report suspicious emails and phone calls
If you have suffered financial loss you should report this to Action Fraud - the UK's national fraud and cyber-crime reporting centre. You can call Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040 (please note this number will be charged at your normal network rate).