Council House

Located in the centre of Plymouth, the Council House is at the heart of Plymouth’s democracy, providing a characteristic home to the Lord Mayor’s Parlour and Reception Room as well as the imposing Council Chamber and committee rooms. Opened by HRH Queen Elizabeth II in 1962, the Council House is a prominent example of typical 1960’s post-war architecture, built from Portland stone and local Plymouth limestone.

The Council House boasts several unique areas that are perfect for a function or a wedding ceremony; the substantial Lord Mayor’s Reception Room can accommodate up to 200 guests, the newly refurbished Council Chamber can accommodate up to 55 and If you are looking for a more unusual ceremony then the grand stairwell is also licenced for marriages.