Tour of Lloyds Building

Lloyd's
Thursday, 30 March 2017
1:30 pm – 3:45 pm

The internationally renowned Lloyd's Building was designed by the architect Richard Rogers and took eight years to build, and used over 33,500 cubic metres of concrete, 30,000 square metres of stainless steel cladding and 12,000 square metres of glass during the construction.

The Insurance Institute of Sussex is now giving members (and one guest each) a chance to have a "behind the scenes" tour of this, the centre of the world's specialised insurance market. This will be provided by Martin Leach, a member of the Lloyd's visits team.

Costing just £12 per person, the afternoon will begin with a sit-down talk on the history, development, structure and present day activities of Lloyd's and will be followed by a tour of the building. This will include a visit to the Adam Room, glass lifts, Underwriting Room, Loss Book, Lutine Bell and Nelson Collection.

Dependent on the number of questions asked, etc. the tour is expected to last approximately two hours.

Online Booking
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Getting There
The Lloyd's Building is within easy walking distance from Monument, Bank or Liverpool Street tube stations.

Important Information
Please note that we will assemble from 1.30pm and that the tour will begin promptly at 1.45pm. As it will not be possible for latecomers to join the tour once it has started, please make sure you are not late.

There is also a strict dress code for the day - men must wear either a suit or smart jacket and trousers (each with a tie) and women must similarly be dressed in a smart, business style. Anyone wearing casual trousers, trainers or other casual footwear will not be allowed into the building.

You will also need to show photo ID and all bags will be searched before admission to the building. (Acceptable forms of ID include driving licence, passport, company ID with logo, or bus pass).

Unfortunately, if you do not comply with the above requirements, you will not be allowed into the building and no refunds will be given.

The tour is able to accept wheelchair users and others with restricted mobility, but please make sure you let us know of any special requirements when booking.

Venue
  • One Lime Street
  • London
  • EC3M 7HA
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