BMA House

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BMA House, home to the British Medical Association since 1925, is a beautifully bright and spacious Grade II listed building designed in 1911 by famed architect Sir Edwin Lutyens.

The magnificent venue boasts 23 unique and versatile spaces including 11 purpose built meeting rooms, all fitted with cutting edge AV technology.

From small meeting rooms to full conferencing spaces for up to 320, it is a favourite for Conferences, Meetings, AGMs, Charity Dinners, Award Ceremonies, Product Launches and Exhibitions.

This central London venue boasts two magnificent outdoor spaces; the Courtyard and Garden, a rare asset within a city. A fantastic option for delegates to unwind outside in the fresh air during breaks, and can be hired in the evening and weekends for private events, parties and wedding receptions.

BMA House are incredibly passionate about their food. Healthy meetings being their ethos with delegates’ wellbeing at the forefront of all menus, their talented chefs have created mindfully nutritious menus which focus on sustaining concentration and nourishing delegates with wholesome food. They are also fully stocked on ideas for any event or individual requiring vegan or vegetarian dishes.

Distinct from other central London venues BMA House places sustainability at the heart of everything they do, which has recently won them a Gold award in Green Tourism.

BMA House’s superb location means that it is excellent for national and international conferences. Located in the heart of Bloomsbury the venue is accessible within walking distance from mainline stations including: Euston, Kings Cross and Russell Square tube.


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