BMA House – our virtual stand at The Meetings Show

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For almost 100 years BMA House has sat in the heart of London. Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and opened by King George V, their remarkable, grade two listed building makes today’s special occasions all the more spectacular. Whether it’s a conference, social event or wedding, they have a true history of hospitality.

BMA House will be virtually exhibiting at The Meetings Show from 19 – 21 October, register here and pre-book your appointment with Hannah Robinson, their friendly Senior Venue Sales & Events Planner. Find out more about this truly sustainable events venue and why BMA House should be the venue of choice for 2021!

Home to the British Medical Association since 1925, their venue now boasts 22 unique and versatile spaces for up to 320, including 11 purpose-built meeting rooms, all fitted with cutting edge AV technology.

Take a step out of your meeting into the Courtyard and Garden, a rare asset within a city. A fantastic option for guests to unwind outside in the fresh air during breaks and can be hired in the evening and weekends.

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Their passion for food is evident across all their menus; they support healthy events with your delegates’ wellbeing at the forefront of all menu planning. Their talented chefs have created mindfully nutritious menu concepts which focus on sustaining concentration and nourishing delegates with wholesome food.

BMA House has created a range of hybrid and digital event packages that reflect the ongoing changes in the corporate and association meeting industry.  Including options for webcasting, breakouts, speaker only conferences and exhibitor/sponsor packages, the offering reflects both the challenges presented by COVID-19 and the future needs of event organisers. Their series of packages have been created to maximise their extensive technical expertise.  They allow for purely digital events, speaker only broadcasts or hybrid events – with delegates onsite. 

BMA House places sustainability at the heart of everything they do, which has won them a Gold award in Green Tourism in 2017, just one of a few venues in London. Other sustainability awards include ‘Greenest Venue’ by Hire Space in 2018, ‘Most Sustainable Venue’ by the London Summer Event Show in 2019, and most recently a Silver award for ‘Best CSR or Sustainability Initiative’ at the London Venues Awards. They now place themselves up with the capital’s finest green venues! They are incredibly proud of these achievements and always strive to support sustainable events by sharing their expert knowledge each step of the way. They still have a way to go before they are fully sustainable but choose BMA House as your venue for your next event and you’ll expect to find upgraded PIR and LED based lighting, digital way-finding signage to reduce the need for paper signs, water saving devices on toilets, sustainable and locally sourced food ingredients, caterer partners who support fair trade tea and coffee growers, recycled paper for your flip charts, plentiful paper recycling units in all meeting rooms, plus onsite cycle racks for those travelling by bike.

They are friendly, enthusiastic and generous hosts. Care and considerationare given each step of the way and each event planner has a vested interest in the company hosting their event. They ensure your journey is seamless by allocating the same event planner to look after your needs from your initial enquiry through to the fruition of your event.


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