Community Hall at Shri Balaji Venkateswara Temple, Uk

Completed in 2004 at a cost of £ 1.1 million, the Community Hall stands within the 12.5 acres of land which are the precincts of Britain’s largest Balaji Temple.

Designed in keeping with the Balaji Temple site, the Community Hall’s remarkable architecture ensures vastly more natural light than equivalent Western designs. The sense of spaciousness and the stress- free environment of the temple grounds provides a memorable and delightful setting for the most demanding event.

The hall is available for hire to all sectors of the community for secular purposes such as conferences, parties, and wedding receptions.

The hall is a registered venue for marriages.

Balaji Temple has two Community Halls, Downstairs and Upstairs. The Capacity of Downstairs hall varies from 150 – 200 people and Upstairs Hall from 75 – 100 people depending on the Seating Style opted.

Downstairs, the hall is equipped with a stage and adjoins a commercial-level kitchen, which is equipped for food preparation, and is fully Health and Safety Compliant.

Upstairs, the hall can be divided into a main area seating and a small area seating – ideal for conference breakout sessions.

The first floor has full access for mobility – impaired people. The downstairs halls are equipped with sound system.

The Centre hosts regular programme of Indian Classical music and dance training sessions which are open to community.

In keeping with the temple’s cultural and religious heritage, the hall is a no smoking area. Alcohol and non –vegetarian food is not permitted too.

The temple premises has plenty of Parking Space. However, during Temple In house events, the parking space is allotted on first come first serve bases.

Community Hall Stage Dimensions