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London landmark completes £600k kitchen upgrade

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Senate House in Central London has reopened following a £600,000 refurbishment of its kitchens by Quantum Design.

The stunning Grade II listed art deco building, at the heart of the University of London, serves as an event space for both the university and private clients.

The renovation of the Bloomsbury landmark has taken five months, and will allow the venue to increase the capacity of its kitchen, and improve its service speed, menu choice and quality of food.

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The 1930s venue worked closely with kitchen design team Quantum Design and architects, Nigel Burger Associates, who worked tirelessly to ensure the refurbishment was carried out in line with both English Heritage and Environmental Health requirements.

Charlie Vernon, business development manager at Senate House, comments: “We are very pleased the refurbishment has been completed this week, just in time for the demanding Christmas period. The investment will really boost our conference and events offering, enabling us to serve top quality food to a greater number of guests.”

 

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