Church House Conference Centre, one of London’s leading conference and events venues has closed this week for its annual refurbishment work, which this year includes major changes to the Great Smith Street entrance and the installation of a wifi network. The additions, costing in the region of £200,000 will improve access to the conference centre and enhance the delegate experience.
In addition to annual decoration and repair work, Church House will undergo a major refurbishment of the Great Smith Street entrance. The work, which includes the installation of sliding glass doors, will further improve disabled access whilst creating a more professional look.
High capacity wifi service will also be installed throughout the building, improving internet access for delegates at events of all sizes.
Church House Conference Centre, general manager, Robin Parker said: “Whilst the majority of the changes to the building are part of our ongoing improvement works, the changes to the new entrance will provide a far more impressive arrival and departure point for event attendees, particularly those needing to use the entrance for disabled access. The upgrading of the wifi will ensure that event delegates, with their focus on mobile working are fully catered for.”
Church House Conference Centre is a Grade II listed building situated in the heart of Westminster. It has exquisite views of Westminster Abbey, and its nineteen spacious and diverse rooms make it one of the best venues for private and corporate events.