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Equipment – 4 options
– £120 for the meeting
Meeting facilitation – 2 options
– £100 for the meeting
For all bookings after 18:00, this flat fee will be added to the final cost.
ROOM CONFIGURATION Board room: 40 people Theatre: 100 people
FACILITIES Fully accessible Car Park On site Café On site Catering Company Free WIFI Natural Daylight Equipment is charged extra
Finding Resource for London
By London Underground
Take the Piccadilly line to Holloway Road station. On leaving the station, turn left and walk that direction, under the railway bridge for five minutes. Resource for London in on the opposite side of the road and can be reached by using the pedestrian crossing.
Buses 4, 17, 29, 43, 153, 253, 259, 271, 279 and X43 stop within a short walk of Resource for London. Also there are mobility buses available in the area, these are numbered 920, 921, 923 and 927.
Resource for London is where London's voluntary sector comes together to work, meet and exhibit. It provides flexible office space, conference, training and meeting rooms and exhibition space. A wide range of rooms and on site catering means that we accommodate events and meetings of all sizes including larger conferences.
Resource for London is where the voluntary sector comes to work, meet and exhibit. We are the largest Centre for the voluntary sector in the capital with a conference hall and 12 meeting rooms - ideal choice for meetings, conferences and AGMs.
Each year we host over 2,000 meetings, training days and events for up to 250 people. Available seven days a week between 9.00am - 9.30pm, rooms can be booked for full days, half days or evenings. Resource for London is in a great location, less than a 5 minute walk from Holloway Station - just two stops from Kings Cross on the Underground.
Owned by Trust for London and managed by the Ethical Property Company, all proceeds stay within the voluntary sector and are used to support groups tackling inequality in London while the Centre is managed to high environmental standards.