RCGP begins final move to new headquarters

The RCGP will move the last of its staff into its new £34m headquarters in London this weekend as it seeks to expand its capabilities.

RCGP headquarters: move to Euston close to completion (photo: Wilde Fry)
RCGP headquarters: move to Euston close to completion (photo: Wilde Fry)

The college is busy packing up its temporary offices near St Paul's in the City of London and will complete the move to its new, grade 2-listed premises near Euston Station by Monday.

It says the new headquarters will offer 'unparalleled services to members'. Facilties include an examination centre, members' lounge, study bedrooms, a 300-seat auditorium and conference facilities.

Unseasonal downpours in the spring meant the move was delayed by a couple of weeks.

The college occupied the original Princes Gate site in central London for almost half a century.

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