54 St James Street Conferencing and Meeting Space
54 St James Street is the perfect Liverpool venue for all of your conference, meeting and event needs. It caters for gathering of 2 to 150 people with rates from as little as £10 per hour.
54 St James Street is conveniently located in the city centre by Liverpool One, providing a range of individually styled rooms, on site catering, roof terrace and private garden space, with excellent views of the city.
The location is easily accessible via all modes of public transport and offers on street parking available for up to two hours.
We have access to limited car parking spaces for Conferece and Event Organisers which can be reserved in advance. Priority is given to disabled visitors.
For further information call 0151 706 8100, email firstname.lastname@example.org or follow the links below for more information:
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What our Clients Say About us
We asked local law firm Hampson Hughes to tell us why they choose to use 54 St James Street for meetings and events. Here was their response:
"Fantastic! The staff at the venue bend over backwards to ensure all of our needs are met and are always flexible in accommodating last minute requests and extra requirements. The event space that we use on the 4th floor is really impressive with the full length windows giving a view over the city and making the space feel light and open. The modern facilities that are available mean that our events run smoothly and assists in projecting the professional image that our firm maintains." Hampson Hughes
Contributing to Social Value & CSR
54 St James Street is a Social Enterprise and charity and by using these facilities you will not only be assured of a successful event but also will contribute to supporting vulnerable women and disadvantaged communities.
Since development in 2010, 54 St James Street (also known as the Women's International Centre for Economic Development - WICED) has helped to created over 1000 new businesses, created over 2000 new jobs, been a physical home to over 150 businesses and became a catalyst for ongoing development in the Baltic Triangle area of Liverpool which is now a key enterprise support zone.
WICED was recently featured in Department for Communities and Local Government's Supporting Local Government report as one of four North West Projects that have successfully impacted the local economy thanks to ERDF funding.
Read more in the full report which can be downloaded here.