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The following buildings, landmarks and organisations are on Tavistock Square:

BMA House, the headquarters of the British Medical Association, the professional association for doctors in the UK. BMA House was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and is a grade II listed building.

Woburn House, the headquarters of Universities UK, the representative body for over 150 higher education institutions.

Tavistock Hotel, a branch of the Imperial Hotels Group.

Connaught Hall, a listed building and a University of London hall of residence which houses 215 students.

The Institute for the Study of the Americas, part of the University of London's School of Advance Study.

School of Public Policy of University College London.

London office of Churches Together in England.

Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan, United Kingdom Office.

Plaque commemorating the victims of the Tavistock Square bomb.

On the BMA building is a blue plaque commemorating that Charles Dickens once lived in a Tavistock House on the site.

We're working to improve Tavistock Square Gardens.

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