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Boardrooms

Our Boardrooms are perfect for both formal meetings and informal theatre style briefings with HD screens, large boardroom tables and comfortable chairs. Our rooms are dressed with original, contemporary art and are accompanied by enriching natural light.

All our meeting rooms and event spaces can be fully catered for, be it for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea or private dining. To learn more please contact our Event Manager at events@onealfredplace.com

Boardrooms 1 and 2
Inspiring at any time of day, these light-filled rooms have solid wooden tables seating up to 16 people for board meetings, brainstorming, audio conferencing and private dining.

Boardroom 3
The most versatile of our boardroom spaces, this room can be laid out theatre-style, boardroom-style or completely cleared for intimate networking parties. It is also available for private dining and is bookable by the hour, after a 2 hour minimum hire.

Boardroom 4
A relaxed space with a meeting/dining table and large comfy sofa for breakout sessions, this room provides the ultimate flexibility for more informal meetings. It is also ideal for filming interviews and private dining.

The Meeting Room and Quiet Room 
Our smaller private rooms, ideal for confidential meetings or interviews.

Alfred's Room 
An intimate and vibrant room seating up to 6. 


'Thank you for yesterday, I think it all went smoothly and we had a great event. Your team worked very hard, very attentive and great detail. Thank you!'
The Red Tree

'Great place to have a meeting, as always.'
Studio Make Believe 

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  • 05 July 2015

  • Alfred's Blog:

    Type 1 Diabetes Symptoms - End the Confusion and Save Lives #T1D

  • it's ten years since the death of Adam Bell, 34, from misdiagnosed Type 1 diabetes. A usually healthy and active person, Adam suddenly fell ill complaining of stomach pains and nausea. He was incorrectly diagnosed by his doctor as suffering from a virus, and Adam tragically died alone the following day.

    Post-mortem results revealed Adam died from Ketoacidosis, a complication of Type 1 diabetes. The Adam Bell Foundation was set up in his memory, to raise awareness and save lives.
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