Moving office is never an easy task, but as from Tuesday 21 June 2011 the RSPH is now located in their new headquarters building in central London.
The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) has purchased a new property which will become their new headquarters. The move is to John Snow House – named after the famous health pioneer. This new site will join 28 Portland Place as part of the RSPH’s property portfolio. RSPH had a fixed term rental at their previous Market Towers office in Vauxhall for the last three years which is due to end this autumn.
John Snow House is an upgrade from the Vauxhall offices. It measures 12,500 square foot with a law firm on the two top floors as tenants. The building benefits from the Florence Nightingale Training Suite which is comprised of three beautifully decorated rooms available for public hire.
John Snow House is a short distance from the mainline stations of Liverpool Street and Fenchurch Street and close to numerous underground stations including Aldgate East and Tower Gateway on the DLR.
“We believe the move is a positive step for RSPH,” says Chief Executive Professor Richard Parish: “John Snow House is a very accessible, attractive, Victorian building and we have spent a great deal of time ensuring that the interior is designed to suit the needs of the charity as well as those of any visitors to our new venue.”
“In these times of economic crisis, it is a mark of success and confidence that RSPH have been able to buy another property and we are very excited to complete the move.”
The RSPH’s new address is:
Tel: 0207 265 7300.
If visiting, John Snow House can be located by clicking here.