About Negotiators Family Centre

Who are we?

Negotiators Family Centre Limited, formerly known as Negotiators Limited was formed in 2007, with the belief that the voice of the child is paramount and that every child has the right, to be protected and to participate in decisions pertaining to their life, and to expect the adults involved in their care to ensure that appropriate provisions are put in place to meet their needs within the children and family’s industry. Whilst this has been the primary focus of Negotiators Limited, the journey in supporting children and their families has driven Negotiators Limited, to provide bespoke services to the parents of these children or the adults caring for these children in the Lewisham and Croydon Area, who are disadvantaged and from the BAME community, especially since Covid 19 has brought further challenges to these families.

Negotiators Family Centre Limited will be launching their 3rd Centre, location – Queens Road (Peckham) South London. Negotiators will be offering 9 contact rooms across South London.

How are we helping the community?

Negotiators have developed since receiving the accreditation 2018 (NACCC) and provides families and organisations services in their Blackheath (Lewisham) and Addiscombe (Croydon) Centres which is a safe, warm and exclusive environment to individual families, thus giving those families that are disadvantaged and from the BAME community the opportunity to share their problems and find affordable resolutions, without feeling judge by their circumstance. In these unprecedented times, Negotiators have managed to support over 200 families in the London Borough’s through offering services such as Family Support work, Parenting Assessments, Parental Alienation Assessment, Supervised and Supported Contact in the community and at the Centres, which has been a benefit to those families who access these services.

Providing affordable service to Families in the London Boroughs

Negotiators is 10% cheaper than its competitors, and is giving a promise to keep prices 10% cheaper than its competitors. The quality of service delivery is very high and comprehensive. We also offer competitive discounts to the London Boroughs in line with their budget constraints and are forging partnership working, creative thinking to extend our service to different Local Authorities across London and the County’s. Negotiator’s pricing structure represents the community it serves, giving those families who have financial difficulties the opportunity to re-establish contact with their child(ren) through mediation, Parenting Assessments, Family Support work, satellite Parenting Plans, Housing Matters and Child and Adult Advocacy.

Negotiators are in receipt of some Grant funds, those funds support the financially disadvantaged residents of the Borough of Croydon and Lewisham access’s Negotiators Family Centre Limited. 

Bringing expertise to the London Boroughs

The team has over 20 years of experience working with children and families. Our workers  are DBS checked, qualified and accredited with their appropriate bodies. Postgraduate and Undergraduate. Social Workers are registered with the Social Work England and Mediators are members of the Family Meditation Association.

All personnel working for Negotiators Family Centre Limited have opportunities to grow and develop through training, giving those who are interested in promotion within the organisation work related training with off-site support. 

Providing local jobs and Training in the Borough

Negotiators Family Centre Limited have two employees on the Apprenticeship Scheme, one who lives in Lewisham and the other in Croydon. Both apprentices are under the age of 20. Negotiators Family Centre Limited continue to offer local individuals employment and young people work experience.


Negotiators Family Centre Limited…….Keeping families together, we believe that the voice of the child is paramount.


I like to take this time to thank you for reading the above and look forward to hearing from you, to discuss the above points and to consider how best we can work together to support children and families who are before the courts seeking Child Arrangements Orders.