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Central London events venue to undergo £4 million refurbishment

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LONDON, England – Westminster conference, meetings and events venue One Great George Street will undergo an extensive refurbishment next year.

LONDON, England – Westminster conference, meetings and events venue One Great George Street will undergo an extensive refurbishment next year.

The £4 million project will see the venue’s library transformed into an exhibition and meeting space, maintenance of the historic four glass domes and ornate, painted Great Hall ceiling, a deep clean of all external stonework, installation of added wheelchair access, and the addition of new boilers to meet sustainability commitments.

The 105-year-old venue will be closed from 20 June to 19 September 2016. One Great George Street already has 21 event spaces, including the 400 capacity Great Hall and Telford Theatre.

“One Great George Street’s values and standards form a core part of our vision to be the preferred meetings and events venue in Westminster. Having built a reputation on offering excellent service and standards within a stunning building, this refurbishment will maintain and enhance the latter; our historic, physical asset,” said One Great George Street’s director, Gary Payne.