The event, which examined how to house Oxfordshire’s growing workforce, was attended by nearly 50 delegates from across the Oxfordshire District including the county’s planning and business community.
Town planners, elected officials and the business community came together on a mission to explain the urgent issues facing the county and its lack of affordable housing and what can be done to address them.
Richard Rosser, CEO of B4 said: “We chose to host this event at Blenheim Palace as the focus was on housing in Oxfordshire, an issue which valued Oxfordshire Voice Partner Blenheim is passionate about as illustrated by its commitment to affordable housing.”
The event was catered by Searcy’s.
Blenheim Palace has been playing host to monarchs, the aristocracy and heads of state for more than three centuries. Today the 2,000 acre UNESCO World Heritage Site offers the ultimate bespoke corporate facilities in an inspiring location.
Set in the Oxfordshire countryside, within easy reach of London, the Palace is a unique venue perfectly suited for holding conferences, meetings and exhibitions, and for entertaining clients.
Blenheim Palace can also provide a blank canvas to host exciting events, creative product launches and private celebrations. Below are a few options available for corporate hire; but there is no limit to the opportunities that the Palace can offer.
For 2019 Blenheim Palace is able to offer extended corporate and banqueting in the Orangery, on selected dates, as well as meeting room hire, events space and large-scale outdoor marquee venues for a diverse range of product launches, celebrations and delegate use.