|Chartered Accountants' Hall|
Chartered Accountants' Hall, built in 1890 to the design of the eminent Victorian architect, Sir John Belcher RA. It has been subsequently extended, once in the 1930s in a similar architectural style and again in the 1960s to a more modern design, by the architect Sir William Whitfield.
It is a Grade II listed building that attracts the attention of architectural students and historians and many of the original features have been retained and restored. The exterior of the building features a carved stone frieze by Hamo Thorneycroft and the interior decoration includes works of art by Eduardo Paolozzi, Gerald Benney and John Piper.
In a time of modern steel and glass structures, Chartered Accountants' Hall remains one of the City's hidden masterpieces, providing outstanding conference and hospitality services and facilities within a treasured environment.
Chartered Accountants' Hall is also one of the best venues for conferences, banqueting, presentations and dining in London.
Chartered Accountants' Hall is the home of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales (ICAEW). To become a member of our Livery company you need to be a member of the Institute.