Imperial Consultants and Imperial College London Consultants are trading names of IC Consultants Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Imperial College London. Registered office Sherfield Building Exhibition Road, London SW7 2AZ. Registered England and Wales, number 2478877.
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