• 19th Century Chapel facing the mural in theatre style
      £70 per hour / £450 per day
      Up to 100 People
  • The Word Tearoom from the kitchen area
      £35 per hour / £250 per day
      Up to 35 People
  • The Terrace room in theatre style with projector and screen
      £55 per hour / £350 per day
      Up to 50 People

Meeting rooms in central London

A rejuvenated historic building in the heart of the central London. A venue to suit all types of meetings, conferences and training events as well as wedding receptions and support groups. The venue has facilities for conference, small boardroom style meetings, training sessions and one-to-one counselling sessions. The centre is an ideal place for filming, recitals, auditions and rehearsals.

83 Margaret Street, is a large Georgian terrace in the central London. A former convent, All Saints House as it was known was the home of the All Saints Sisters of the Poor established in 1860. The seven-storey building at one time housed up to 70 nuns who worked among the poor in the local area. The ground floor and basement are occupied by JCT London who provide services to Westminster and the wider area providing food and support to the homeless and those in need.

Meeting Rooms

We have a number of rooms available, from a 19th century chapel to quiet rooms, we are sure we have something that suits your needs.

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Catering

We offer a wide range of catering options for your event. From tea and coffee to complete lunch buffets, you’re sure to find a meal that suits.

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Nice sized room with lots of natural light. The kitchen attached to make tea and coffee was perfect. We also had lunch delivered which went down well. Would book again

JCT London – Terrace Room

Kirsty