Stationers' Hall is a Grade I listed building, close to St Paul's Cathedral. It is one of the few ancient Livery Halls remaining in the City of London. Completed in 1673 after the Great Fire of London, the Hall's suite of magnificent, inter-linking rooms as well as the secluded garden makes it one of the most sought after venues in the City for Corporate events and Private functions.
Our heart of green refers both to our private garden oasis as well as our environmental sustainability. Our Corporate Social Responsibility policy can be found here.
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The New Hall, 1673: The great Fire of London destroyed the Stationer’s original hall. Steps were taken to build the present Hall, with work beginning in 1670. By autumn 1673 the new Hall was used for dinner on Lord Mayor's day, but a further 12 months passed before Stephen Colledge, 'the Protestant Joiner', was contracted to panel the Hall for £300.