[Talk-GB] London venues
sk53.osm at gmail.com
Thu Mar 14 10:02:00 UTC 2019
I don't think Geovation are at 1 Seckford Street anymore (Future Cities
Catapult have taken over IIRC), which is a shame as Seckford Street is a
really nice venue. It' still available for events, but I suspect with
substantial costs. I don't think Geovation have moved very far away.
I suspect Andy is right & tech spaces are the best bet. There may be a few
churches/community centres in Central London who regularly rent rooms at
(for London) modest prices: for instance, Westminster Friends Meeting
House, but availability for a Saturday is likely t constrained. Many of
these places now pretty much fund themselves by using heavily promoting
their facilities for commercial events (Friends House on Euston Road
charges around £500 for a room on a Saturday).
Universities are another possibility but, even with a staff member as
advocate, societies I've been involved in have found the bureaucracy
involved far too unwieldy. Places like UCL which were relatively lax have
had to tighten up a lot after it was found an (honorary) academic was
hosting eugenics advocacy events.
On Thu, 14 Mar 2019 at 09:16, Jez Nicholson <jez.nicholson at gmail.com> wrote:
> Bury the hatchet with an old rival at the Geovation Centre?
> On Wed, Mar 13, 2019 at 11:29 PM Andy Mabbett <andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk>
>> On Wed, 13 Mar 2019 at 23:14, Rob Nickerson <rob.j.nickerson at gmail.com>
>> > For the next OSM UK annual general meeting we thought we would try
>> > London as a possible location. Does anyone know of good (and cheap)
>> > venues that we can use?
>> Newspeak House:
>> Let me know if you'd like an introduction to the founder./ manager.
>> Alternatively, you might ask one of the tech co.s in London (Google,
>> Microsoft) to sponsor-in-kind by prviding a room.
>> Andy Mabbett
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