Venue hire

Venue hire

Situated at the heart of historic Parliament Square, the home of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom offers a unique guest experience.

Opposite world famous landmarks such as Westminster Abbey, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, the home of the Supreme Court in the recently restored Grade II* listed Middlesex Guildhall is available for hire for a variety of corporate events.

Lobby table setting

A Gothic style building built in 1913, it sets the scene for a memorable event, especially during the evening - whether you are planning a small business dinner or a larger drinks reception. We are also available as a convenient Westminster location for business breakfasts, and can offer daytime meeting room hire where possible around the Court’s core business.

Eye-catching features include majestic ceilings, intricate carved beams, an abundance of exquisite stained glass and world famous artwork. New artwork was also incorporated throughout the building as part of the extensive renovation. Take a look around with our virtual tour.

Whatever type of event you are arranging, we would be delighted to discuss how this inspiring and prestigious venue will capture your guests' imaginations.

Read more about our rooms in the heart of Westminster:


Contact details

For further information on venue hire please contact:

Events Co-ordinator
Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
1 Parliament Square
Westminster
London
SW1P 3BD

T: 020 7960 1892

F: 020 7960 1901

Email


Downloads

> Private events brochure (PDF) (including Capacities)

> Accredited Suppliers (PDF)

> Terms and Conditions (PDF)


Please note that The Supreme Court reserves the right to decline to enter into a hire agreement with any organisation seeking to run an event which might undermine the dignity of the Court or the perception of the fair administration of justice. In practice this means that we are unlikely to accept bookings for policy/report launches, party political events or businesses operating in controversial trading sectors. Similarly, to avoid any perceived risk to public understanding of the independence of the Court, we are unable to offer room hire to Government departments.