Located in the heart of London, The Ned houses six Grade I-listed event spaces and two outdoor terraces. Each of these spaces boasts period features including walnut panelling and vintage chandeliers, as well as ample domed windows to allow for plenty of light. This venue oozes 1920s elegance and would be the perfect venue to bring the wow factor to any event.
Dominated by an 18th century chandelier from London's Devonshire House, The Saloon has ornate plasterwork, a restored parquet floor and a custom-made Oushak rug. Accommodating up to 120 guests theatre-style, the space can be used for catering or private meetings.
Connected to The Saloon, The Drawing Room has the feel of a library with painted, panelled walls, etchings, lithographs and paintings from the period. All furniture can be removed from The Drawing Room allowing networking events up to 60 guests and conferences up to 80 theatre.
The only room lined with oak rather than walnut panelling, The RWB Room, named after Ned Chairman, Ronald Wayne Burkle, is an intimate space with period art on the walls. Ideal of executive board meetings and private dining.
Named after Sir Christopher Wren, who designed St Mildred's Church, a previous occupant of the 27 Poultry site, this room has original chandeliers, wood panelling and a carpet inspired by large-leaf Verdure tapestries. Accommodating up to 10 guests, The Wren Room is ideal for executive board meetings.
27 Poultry, London EC2R 8AJ