Warwick Conferences invests £6.5m to revamp Radcliffe

Warwick Conferences has invested £6.5 million in its Radcliffe conference and training centre, which will reopen in September 2017.

CGI of revamped Radcliffe
CGI of revamped Radcliffe

Warwick Conferences is the collection of meeting venues on the University of Warwick campus.

The venue’s flexible meeting spaces have been given a makeover, with the carpets, walls, skirting boards, doors, architraves and ceilings being replaced. The bar and lounge area have also been revamped.

Commenting on the refurbishment, Richard Harrison, head of conference and training centres, said: "Investing in providing even more effective facilities that continue to satisfy and surpass the needs of our clients is a huge priority for us, as well as ensuring we provide the highest levels of service to every guest.

"In light of this we are currently carrying out a £6.5 million refurbishment at Radcliffe, which is due for reopening in September 2017. This will enable us to deliver enhanced meeting experiences for up to 180 delegates within the venue, meeting an increased demand for small to medium-sized conferences. We have a fantastic team who take considerable pride in the service they offer guests, and work incredibly hard to ensure their every need is taken care of."

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