Pewterers Hall, London

David Nye & Partners
Oat Lane
Date Built
Completed 1960

The Pevsner Guide to the City of London describes the Pewterers Hall as, "An endearingly domestic box ... All but Neo-Georgian, of two storeys, with sashes, rusticated ground-floor brickwork, and a tiled hipped roof."

The Hall's website makes it clear it is available for hire and an attractive venue of conferences and weddings.  They add that, "... Ideally situated in the heart of the City, Pewterers' Hall is situated between London Wall and Gresham Street. Its flexible suite of three rooms means that the venue is suitable for both social and corporate events. The hall has excellent AV facilities and strong Wi-Fi through-out. Additionally the Livery Hall opens up on to a tranquil garden ideal for post conference or pre dinner receptions. The venue also boasts beautiful 17th century panelling, Georgian chandeliers and fascinating artefacts of pewter thought out. The hall has recently undergone a renovation making it one of the most versatile Livery Halls in the City."

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