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Venue price From £500
Venue capacity 10 - 320 people

Spaces at BMA House


The Great Hall is an imposing room at 28ft high and 115ft long. Located in the heart of BMA House on the first floor, the room offers views from a balcony over the main Courtyard. It is particularly impressive when set up for a conference, boasting luxurious retractable seating and state of the art AV equipment. The room boasts an abundance of natural light but benefits from full blackout facility when required.


The Courtyard is a tranquil outside space that offers an ideal environment for an outdoor reception.


The Sir James Paget Room is a versatile space that's steeped in tradition, with beautiful Spanish mahogany pillars, chimneypieces with mahogany timber over mantels, marble slip and decorative tiled insets. It's an ideal location for all manner of dinners, parties and special events.


The John Snow Room is very spacious and retains many of it's original features, including the round-headed windows featured throughout the rest of the Lutyens Suite. It's a light and airy space that's perfect for business meetings and presentations.


The Garden Room is located on the lower ground floor with easy access to the Garden via steps or a lift. It's a modern space with an impressive 24 ft ceiling, a striking design and lots of natural light. It's a perfect setting to host receptions.


The Council Chamber has been specifically built to provide the perfect space for meetings, interactive debates and AGMs. It comes with the latest in AV technology, individual delegate microphones and an 'at seat' voting system. The room boasts plenty of natural light and has views over the Garden and the Courtyard. If required full blackout blinds can be installed.


The Prince's Room is perhaps BMA House's most beautiful space - giving the illusion of being circular, it features a stunning glass chandelier as a centrepiece, with gorgeous high ceilings and mirrored-over mantels that match the windows. Intricate gold leaf adorns the perimeter of the room and Corinthian columns can be found in the recesses of each corner. It's a spectacular space that will inspire any meeting or presentation.


A small but well-proportioned room, the Elizabeth G Anderson room is ideal for intimate meetings and high-level discussions


The Courtyard Suite is a versatile space that comprises the Murrell, Barnes & Anderson rooms. It offers individual spaces for breakout rooms and boardroom meetings, or the whole space can be opened up to allow the hosting of larger conferences.


The Josephine Barnes room is an intimate space that is ideal for small meetings and discussions.


The Christine Murrell Room is a well proportioned space that is wonderful for medium sized meetings and events.


The Anderson Barnes Suite combines two of our smaller rooms to offer a contemporary mid-sized space that is fantastic for presentations, meetings and more.


The Murrell Barnes suite combines the Christine Murrell and Josephine Barnes rooms into a fantastic modern business suite, with projector's and a PA system for delivering presentations. It can also be used as a reception or buffet space.


The Cater Room is a purpose-built boardroom with a contemporary design and stylish features. It offers fantastic facilities for presentations, video & tele-conferencing and space for for up to 12 delegates. It overlooks the central Courtyard and Memorial gates and is the perfect environment for top-level discussions.


Located on the third floor the Black Suite comprises of the Black, Lister & Flemming rooms. It retains the original art deco barrel-vaulted ceiling of the Great Hall of which it was part until an extra floor was created in 1985. The Suite can be set out in a number of different layouts and comes with the latest AV technology. A fantastic space for larger meetings, presentations, conferences or corporate events.


Part of the Black Suite, the Douglas Black room features the same spectacular barrel-vaulted ceiling, but is suited to smaller scale gatherings. With excellent AV equipment it's a brilliant choice for presentations.


The Lister Fleming Suite combines the Joseph Lister & Alexander Fleming rooms into a versatile space that's ideal for medium sized business meetings. It can also be used for standing buffets and receptions.


The Joseph Lister Room is an excellent space for smaller events. With AV technology and video conferencing available it is a great choice for small meetings or discussions. It can also be used as a buffet space.


The Alexander Fleming room is an excellent space for smaller events. With AV technology and video conferencing available it is a great choice for small meetings or discussions. It can also be used as a buffet space.


The Harvey Room is located at the opposite end of the third floor to the Black Suite and comes with fantastic AV capabilities and also offers a stage area, making it very popular for presentations and board meetings.


The James Simpson room is a purpose-built meeting room on the third floor. It comes stocked with the latest AV technology and is ideal for small boardroom meetings. It can also be used in conjunction with the Harvey Room to offer a fantastic breakout space.


The Edward Jenner room is a purpose-built meeting room on the third floor. It comes stocked with the latest AV technology and is ideal for small boardroom meetings. It can also be used in conjunction with the Harvey Room to offer a fantastic breakout space.


The Charles Dickens Room is located on the lower ground floor and offers great AV technology and real flexibility that makes it perfect for a variety of smaller meetings. The names of past Presidents, Secretaries and other senior officers of the BMA are inscribed around on the walls around the room.


The picturesque Garden was designed by Lutyens and is home today to an abundance of physic plants. The Garden offers a relaxed setting that's perfect for reception drinks, summer parties & barbecues.

About BMA House


BMA House is a stunning building that was designed in 1911 by the famous architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, and has been home to the British Medical Association since 1925.

It has been refurbished to preserve and restore the traditional designs that beautifully compliment any wedding or social event. Modern integrated facilities have also been brought in to create flexible spaces that are ideal for conferences, meetings & exhibitions.

Situated in a fantastic Central London location, BMA House has incredible links around London, to the rest of the UK and to Europe.