The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons says their numbers of 100 staff have outgrown their London headquarters and they need to find a new home that will be suitable for their growing needs.
“RCVS planning to move from Belgravia House“
The RCVS said: “We are selling our building and have appointed agents to help us with this process, and are now looking for advisors to assist us in finding a replacement property. The property should be in central London, near good transport hubs, and have sufficient space for administration areas and flexible meeting spaces. We have 100 staff based at Belgravia House and a range of meeting rooms, from small two to three-person meeting rooms up to spaces that can accommodate 150 people standing. We are looking for an increase in desk capacity and meeting room spaces. We hold disciplinary committee hearings, which need up to eight rooms, mainly small rooms and one large room – and one of the requirements for the replacement building would be to have sufficient capacity to accommodate DC hearings and several other meetings at the same time. The building should provide sufficient capacity for growth of the college for the next 25 years.”