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18 . . September 2011The Westminster Collection Venue Members1. 1 Drummond Gate 2. 8 Northumberland3. 10-11 Carlton House Terrace4. 28 Portland Place5. 41 Portland Place - Academy of Medical Sciences6. 45 Millbank7. 76 Portland Place8. 86 St. James9. 116 Pall Mall - Home of the Institute of Directors10. Banqueting House11. Bateaux London12. Broadway House13. Cavendish Conference Centre14. Central Hall Westminster15. Chandos House16. Church House Conference Centre17. Churchill War Rooms18. Cinnamon Club, The19. Grange Rochester Hotel20. HQS Wellington21. IET London: Savoy Place22. Kent House Knightsbridge23. London Transport Museum24. Mint Hotel Westminster25. No. 4 Hamilton Place26. No.11 Cavendish Square27. One Birdcage Walk28. One Great George Street29. One Queen Anne's Gate30. One Whitehall Place31. One Wimpole Street - The Royal Society of Medicine32. Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre33. RICS at Parliament Square34. Royal College of Surgeons 35. Royal Courts of Justice36. Royal Horticultural Halls and Conference Centre37. Royal Institute of British Architects38. Royal Institution of Great Britain39. Royal Society40. RSA House41. Sixty One Whitehall42. St. Ermin's Hotel43. St. John's, Smith Square44. St Martin-in-the-Fields45. The Caledonian Club46. The Chesterfi eld Mayfair Hotel47. The Commonwealth Club48. The Goring 49. The In & Out (Naval & Military Club)50. The Law Society51. The London Library52. The Private Rooms at 51 Buckingham Gate53. The UK Supreme Court54. The Victory Services ClubCapital expenditure invested by TWC venues in the last 5 years.Business tourism a lucrative hookThe Westminster Collection and Unique Venues of London surveyed their London venues for real-time insight into business tourism. Here are some key fi ndings from 2011's Business Performance Survey.The business sector/market from which respondents felt that revenue had reduced most.The combined turnover of 103 venues.CONTACT US: For more information visit or email: WESTMINSTER

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