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The Inner Temple reopens following refurbishment

The Inner Temple reopens following refurbishment

London event venue, The Inner Temple, has reopened its doors following a three-year refurbishment and redevelopment.

The project has seen the addition of a new fourth floor, containing eight meeting rooms and breakout area, while the third floor has been repurposed to include offices for the Inn’s Education & Training Department.

There is also a new 120-seat lecture theatre with additional breakout space, which is fully equipped with built-in AV to stream all lectures into meeting rooms or offsite at request.

Environmental performance

Sustainability is a key focus across the venue, with the refurbishment seeing a careful choice of materials to ensure high environmental performance. This included improved thermal insulation, air source heat recovery, sustainable timber use throughout and the use of harvested rainwater for irrigation, plus an improved provision for cycle parking. Overall, the scheme demonstrates a 41% carbon saving over the previous building use.

Searcys, official catering partner to The Inner Temple, is providing a selection of event packages and catering options. Searcys’ menus focus on seasonal dishes sourced from local suppliers and reducing food waste.

Greg Dorey, sub-treasurer of The Inner Temple, said: “As a multi-purpose event and conference space in the heart of the city of London, we look forward to welcoming guests back to The Inner Temple for a summer of events.”