APCP are delighted to have secured an amazing and iconic venue on London's South Bank.
The venue is hosted by etc.venues, on the 4th floor of County Hall on the South Bank.
This beautiful building was opened by King George V in 1922 and was home to the London County Council and latterly the Greater London Council. The GLC was abolished in 1986 and the building sold to private investors in 1990.
The County Hall venue is as stunning on the inside as it is on the outside with over 68,000 sq ft of multi use event space over two floors for conferences, meetings and events. Situated on London's South Bank it is in a great location with breathtaking views over The Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and the London Eye. The design team has sympathetically restored this charming building, keeping original features coupled with high quality design in classic copper and velvety tones. All of this and only minutes away from Waterloo and Westminster stations.