Wyboston Lakes redeveloping conference and training venues

Wyboston Lakes has begun a major redevelopment project to enhance its dedicated conference and training venues

Wyboston Lakes redeveloping conference and training venues
Wyboston Lakes redeveloping conference and training venues

The 'multi-million' pound project is part of a plan to enhance the entire offering at Wybaston, which includes the Robinson Executive Centre, the Willows Training Centre and the Waterfront Conference Centre.

The new project is designed to enhance the dedicated conference and training facilities at the Robinson and Willows Centres to emphasise the different propositions they provide in terms of tariff and facilities.

The Robinson Centre will be targeted at management training events for sectors such as pharmaceuticals, financial services, accountancy, CPD, the oil industry and education as well as weekend association events. The Willows will focus on budget clients.
 

Since August 2010, the Waterfront Conference Centre has been redeveloped as the Wyboston Lakes Hotel. The remodelling and refurbishment of the hotel public areas was completed in March 2011.
 
The first phase of work on the Robinson Centre will be completed by the end of April: work on the Willows Centre will begin at that point and will be completed by the end of July.

On 1 May, the Robinson Executive Centre will be renamed the ‘Wyboston Lakes Executive Centre’ and the Willows Training Centre will become the ‘Wyboston Lakes Training Centre’.
 

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