January 2020 saw the opening of a new state of art Study Centre, Richbell House, by Anglo Educational Services
The award-winning educational company acquired the building in 2019 and completed a full renovation before opening its doors to the public on the 6th of January.
The new building will welcome an array of clients who are interested in hiring meeting rooms and short-term office lets. In addition, on the top floor of the building sits the Champions Boardroom, complete with sports memorabilia and floor to ceiling windows overlooking London. This room can also be rented for meetings and private dining. Prior to 2020, Anglo Educational Services has been operating in a quirky and quintessentially English grade 1 listed building at Monticello House, Russell Square for seven years, and will continue to keep its doors open, amid the expansion of the business.
Steve Lowy, the CEO of AES said:
“This is a proud moment for us. We are excited to modernise the way tech and education work together through the new spaces. Our goal was to include something for everyone in the design of the new centre and our teams did a great job thinking of this to the most intricate detail – such as themed rooms and wall art. The cherry on top is the Champions Boardroom, which showcases our passion towards sports professional education and has transformed a generally dull space into an exciting and inspiring space for businesses to use for meetings.”
The team at Anglo are happy to accommodate any booking enquires, whether it be at Richbell House or Monticello House. Please get in touch with Romy Turkington, the AES Facilities and Business Development Manager with any queries via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out more about BETA Member Anglo Educational Services here