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Royal Horticultural Halls invests in sustainable upgrades

RHH Lindley Hall new upgrades

The Mezzanine Café, which can be used as a breakout space, lunch or for sales and networking, has been fully refurbished with energy efficient fridges and counters, non-slip flooring and new paintwork. Plus, the lobby to the café has been refurbished to allow for easier maintenance and hygiene.

This year the Westminster venue has further committed to reduce its carbon footprint through a number of upgrades and careful repairs to the original features in the Lindley Hall. Already a series of improvements have been completed with the rest due to be concluded between 1 st – 31 st August, during which the venue will be closed.

The North Annexe has a new 4K HD projector with sound system and microphones saving clients the burden of hiring in an external company and therefore reducing pollution. The Annexe has a new parquet floor, with the original blocks being used to repair the main Hall’s original floor. Having had a fresh lick of paint, the curtains and drapes have also been cleaned and repaired and there are new oak doors on the Annexe allowing for greater security and heat conservation.

The Mezzanine Café, which can be used as a breakout space, lunch or for sales and networking, has been fully refurbished with energy efficient fridges and counters, non-slip flooring and new paintwork. Plus, the lobby to the café has been refurbished to allow for easier maintenance and hygiene.

House lighting, including the wall arches, has been replaced with LED bulbs, meaning that all lighting in the venue is now pure LED. The main entrance to the Lindley Hall has been refreshed with new oak doors, restored and polished marble steps, new logo on the glass doors and new emergency lighting.

During August, the rest rooms in the Lindley Hall will undergo complete refurbishment and further painting will take place, plus a water bottle filling station will be installed. The Lawrence Hall remains unaffected during this time.

Venue and special events manager Ruthie Coverdale said “we are always looking at ways to reduce our carbon footprint and preserve the aesthetics of our heritage. All these aspects not only help our clients but ensure our standards within the industry are maintained and our offering is consistently high.”

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