Battersea Power Station's venue operators take over Dutch Hall

Industri Management, which represents Battersea Power Station and its Boiler House venue, has opened Dutch Hall, a Grade II-listed building located in Austin Friars, City of London.

Dutch Hall venue
Dutch Hall venue
Dutch Hall is a renovated church dating back to 1550 located near Liverpool Street, Moorgate and Bank Stations. 

There are three event spaces that can be used individually or in combination. The largest space, the Great Hall, features tall stained glass windows and high ceilings, accomodating 380 delegates standing, 180 seated and 200 theatre-style.

Tarek Gjonnes, managing director of Industri Management, said: "The inclusion of Dutch Hall to Industri’s portfolio offers our clients a brand new and versatile space in the centre of London. We see this unique venue as another iconic addition to our growing portfolio of buildings, steeped in history and culture. I feel confident that our clients will enjoy this unusual space, which has just been fully refurbished."

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