H4All CIO provides office space for local voluntary organisations based in the Key House building. The former council chamber is now a light and airy training and meeting space which can be hired inexpensively by local community groups.
Our Hot Desk facility enables small community groups to rent a desk for a morning or afternoon session, once or twice a week.
The History of Key House
Key House was built in the 1920’s as the Town Hall for the Yiewsley Urban District Council, it was designed in the Free Classical style by the brothers Archibald and John Soutar who are best known for their work on the Ruislip Manor estate and Hampstead Garden Suburb.
The building served as the town hall until the 1950s and continued in use, housing various council offices and services up to the 1990’s.
By the end of the 20th Century the building was falling into disrepair until early in 2002 when an ambitious plan was launched to refurbish the building and create a modern facility for local voluntary and community groups.
The refurbishment work was paid for by the Hayes and West Drayton SRB Partnership and a grant from the Lottery Community Fund. Following the completion of a two-storey extension, and extensive refurbishment work, Key House was reopened in Summer 2003 and has been used by a number of local organisations since then.
In early 2019, Key House Trust transferred the building ownership to H4All CIO and will continue to provide office and training space for charity and non-profit organisations.
The Derek Stobbs Training/Community Room is double height, seats 22 people at tables but can accommodate a maximum of 30 people theatre style.
The furniture arrangements are flexible so please ask about alternative room layouts.
The room is available seven days a week, daytime and evenings, for meetings, exhibitions, training etc.
The training room has wireless internet access and other audio equipment is available to hire including, Projector screen and LCD Projector. *Professionals are required to bring their own laptop if wishing to use the LCD projector.
Tea and coffee can be provided and there is filtered and cooled water available. Key House is happy to recommend local caterers to provide a cold buffet for lunchtime or evening meetings.
There is a pay and display car park behind the supermarket which is adjacent to Key House.
Hot Desk Office
Small voluntary and community groups can rent a desk for a morning or afternoon session, once or twice a week this also includes use of: computers, multi-function laser printer, internet access and wireless network, tea and coffee making facilities.
There are two desks available and groups will be sharing the office and its facilities with other tenants.
The cost for renting one session (i.e. one morning or afternoon) for a year is £180.
Contact the Key House Administrator for more details on: 01895 54 34 30 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Key House, 106 High Street, Yiewsley, UB7 7BQ