BMA House reopens with new event spaces

The Grade II listed BMA House will reopen this autumn with four new meeting rooms.

The new meeting rooms will provide an additional 189 sqm of space and will overlook the venue’s courtyard or Tavistock Square. All the rooms are named after inspirational figures from the medical profession including The Worcester room, Aldrich-Blake room, Magill room and Tudor-Hart room which can accommodate between 10 and 75 people. Every room features AV facilities, LED video walls, projection, ergonomic chairs and natural light.

In total the Bloomsbury venue will offer a range of 29 spaces for meetings, conferences and private events for up to 320 guests. This includes two outdoor areas; the Courtyard and Garden. The venue is within walking distance of both Euston and King’s Cross station.


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Other upgrades include a fresh look for the courtyard with new pavements and a new colour for the doors. The stone work and statues have been professionally cleaned while the kitchen has had a complete makeover ready for the busy conferencing season.

Deputy head of events at BMA House, Rebecca Hurley, said: "We are thrilled to enhance our venue offering for our existing corporate clients and for those looking for a fresh meeting space in central London.  Our four new rooms have unrivalled views and are equipped with the latest in conferencing facilities."


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