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28 Portland Place

Independent charity the Royal Society of Public Health is based at 28 Portland Place, one of the most notable surviving townhouses of its type.
The building dates from 1775 and was designed by the renowned Scottish architects the Adam brothers, Robert and James, who were responsible for several other Georgian terraced houses in Portland Place.

Today, the rooms of No. 28 have been restored to retain period character while offering modern, elegant surroundings for your occasion. In particular, the spacious, grand Heggie Room has breathtaking floor-to-ceiling mirrors and an original fireplace with period features – while the Adam Room is perfect for more intimate meetings, private dining or a break out area during conferences.


Ideal for
Rooms
Conferences
Meetings
Receptions
Dinners
Weddings
Parties
  • The Heggie Room
  • Sainsbury Room
  • The Harben Room
  • The Adam Room
  • The Founder’s Room
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