One London Wall at Plaisterers’ Hall is an unrivalled City venue for meetings and conferences. It is one of the largest Livery Halls in London and has three intimate spaces suitable for conferences for up to 100 people.
One London Wall offers a fantastic range of meeting, conference and training spaces. Whether you’re looking to host a board meeting for twelve or a theatre-style presentation for 400, One London Wall is the ideal meeting venue in central London and offers full flexibility in event design and production.
- The Livery Hall can accommodate 100 delegates theatre style with a stage set arranged on your behalf by the venue’s experienced events team.
- The Humber Room can accommodate 32 delegates theatre or 16 for a boardroom style meeting.
- The Mott Room is the venue’s smallest space and offers a mesmerising backdrop for meetings for under 16 people.
All of these rooms offer clear sight lines without pillars and presented to the highest standard, offering delegates a more inspiring backdrop than your average venue for meetings, conference and training seminars!
One London Wall offers a full range of professional services including plasma screens, satellite links, a business centre, press and breakout rooms. There is on-site technical support and an enthusiastic team of experienced event managers on-site at the venue.
Award-winning caterers Create provide a range of catering options at One London Wall, from delicious pastries on arrival to a three-course dinner after business is over.
Plaisterers’ Hall, EC2 opened as one of the largest and premium Livery Halls in London in 1972. The neo-classical style décor was created by Robert Adam in the C18th and carefully reproduced throughout.
The Plaisterers’ Company’s first hall was bequeathed to the Company by William Elder in 1556 but was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666. The Company’s second hall was built three years later in 1669 from the design of Sir Christopher Wren but tragically also destroyed by fire in 1882.