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BMA House

bmahouse1The 2018 WFC ACC Education Conference will be held at the historic and spectacular BMA House, located in the heart of London’s fashionable west end. bmahouse2Steeped in history and architectural beauty, BMA House in Tavistock Square has been home to the headquarters of the British Medical Association since 1925, when it was officially opened by King George V and Queen Mary. The building stands on the site of the former home of Victorian author Charles Dickens, who lived in Tavistock Square from 1851 to 1860.

bmahouse4The magnificent Grade II listed building was designed in 1911 by Sir Edward Lutyens and will be the most impressive venue yet for a WFC ACC Education Conference. Having recently been upgraded with high tech facilities, many of the versatile spaces retain their original features. The main plenary sessions and poster exhibition will be held in the Great Hall, while breakout sessions and workshops will be held in a number of other conference rooms held as part of the event. Impressive space will be available to host the conference exhibitors.     

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Getting to BMA House

BMA House is in the heart of Bloomsbury, one of the most fashionable parts of London and easily accessible by taxi or the famous London Underground. It is an easily accessible location and is a well-known landmark.

Bus and taxiLondon is famous for its Black Cabs, of which there are some 21,000 in the city. It is easy to catch a cab from almost anywhere in central London at any time of the day or night. Uber also operates in London and London’s red double-decker buses offer a regular service.

The full address and postal (zip) code for BMA House is:

BMA House
Tavistock Square
London WC1H 9JR
United Kingdom

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Travel to London

By air

BA planeLondon’s Heathrow Airport is the second busiest international airport on the planet, handling some 72m passengers each year. It is accessible directly from most of the world’s major cities, and flights arrive at any one of its five international terminals. The Heathrow Express transports passengers swiftly and comfortably to central London in just 15 minutes, arriving at London’s Paddington station, from which BMA House is a short taxi ride.

Other airports serving the city are London Gatwick, London Luton, London Stanstead and London City.

By rail

EurostarInternational rail travellers arrive at London’s St Pancras station via the impressive Eurostar service, which connects the city with Paris, France and Brussels, Belgium. St Pancras is very close to BMA House, being located in the same Bloomsbury area of London. Services operate regularly throughout the day.

A comprehensive rail network connects London to all major UK cities.

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