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Camm & Hooper to launch exclusive event space in the City of London

Banking Hall

Banking Hall is set to open in May 2014

Boston City Council, due to an ordering mistake, found itself with many gallons of red building paint. Therefore, as it would be costly to dispose of the paint, several streets in the city centre now boast an eye-catching exterior.

The Banking Hall, which dates from the 20th century, is located in the ‘Square Mile’, the hub of the UK’s banking industry and an area recognised for its architectural heritage.  

The venue will undergo extensive refurbishment over the next month. Overseen by interiors specialist Russell Sage Studio, the project will ensure that the legacy of the Banking Hall is preserved and its elegance enhanced.  

Camm and Hooper, experts in tailormade catering experiences, aims to revolutionise the events landscape in London. Instead of run-of-the-mill finger-food buffets, Banking Hall will offer the option to events organisers to include a range of market-style food stalls laden with innovative provisions.  

The event space, which measures 27m x 14.3m (ceiling height 10.8M), has a high ceiling and a ‘skylight’ that create a bright and airy feel. Banking Hall is in a prime location, minutes from Bank underground station and with great transport links.  

Claire Lawson, managing director of Camm and Hooper, said: “Following the successful launch of Tanner & Co in April 2013, we are very excited that our second project is now underway. Banking Hall will revolutionise the choice of events spaces on offer in the capital by providing a unique, elegant and adaptable venue in one of London’s busiest business locations.”  

Launched in August 2012, Camm and Hooper is the latest events company financed by the Imbiba Partnership, whose current investments include London-based bar group Drake & Morgan and Darwin and Wallace. 

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