In tranquil Dean’s Yard, next to Westminster Abbey, this Grade II-listed building was a remarkable stand-in base for the House of Lords during WWII. Today, it offers a wide range of event spaces, blending original character features seamlessly with advanced technology. That sense of occasion required for awards ceremonies and gala dinners is found here in abundance. The venue is easy to get to with excellent public transport links to Victoria and Waterloo mainline stations.
Church House hosts over 800 events annually in their 19 multi-purpose rooms, designed by world renowned architect Sir Herbert Baker. The versatile range of rooms on offer can suit intimate to impressive gatherings with one of the largest hosting up to 664 places in a single space. The rooms are fully wheelchair accessible and each stage is flexible. Wi-Fi is complementary and interconnectivity with other rooms is available to ensure smooth running of events, web-streaming and live broadcasting options are also fully integrated.
Assembly Hall is the grandest conference room with polished English oak panelling and emblems lying beneath an astounding 30-foot glass dome. Natural lighting streams in from the 15 arched windows onto the gallery level, which can be darkened for viewings or presentations on the 4K projection system.
The purposes for which Church House can be utilised are seemingly endless. The premises have been used for meetings, conferences, training sessions, awards dinners, corporate receptions, exhibitions, product launches, AGMS, amongst many more.
Their dedicated team of event coordinators have received multiple awards for client experience and the venue holds a green tourism award. Catering is available from with the building’s in-house caterer, CH&CO for working lunches, canapes, and more – there is an extensive list of menus to choose from and the option to create a custom one to suit guests and budget.