When you need to hold a meeting, event or conference, Pera Business Park is a practical place to get-together.
The key figures:
6 modern meeting rooms
1 stunning conference hall
rooms for 4-450 people
available 7 days a week - daytime and evening
free parking for 400+ cars
set within 9 acres of ground
rooms from £15 per hour plus VAT
Our meeting rooms are booked for all sorts of professional events: team meetings, national events, exhibitions, award evenings, training days, interviews, roadshows, workshops, as well as interest meet-up groups, pantomimes, hobbies and conventions.
Whether you’re holding a private meeting for two or a large conference for up to 450 people, our event space is available for full day events and half-day events.
We can arrange food and refreshments for you too – from a light snack to an unforgettable lunch – all freshly prepared on site.
And you can hire our beautiful grounds. Our outdoor space is ideal for team building events, corporate BBQs, classic car and bike displays, photoshoots and filming.
If you’d like to book an event with us, we’re offering 50% off our usual room rates for your first booking.
'We have used Pera for some of our workshops and cannot fault the service. Meeting rooms are easy to book, and staff are extremely helpful and friendly'.Katie Peggs, East Midlands Chamber
'Pera Business Park has to be one of Leicestershire’s best venues for meetings and events. It works for us everytime. The team is so flexible, and we’re very well looked after. There’s a choice of rooms, plus a huge conference hall, it’s easy to get to and there’s plenty of free parking. We can tailor our food and refreshment options too. Would highly recommend it'.Andrew Wright HLH Ltd
'We have used Pera a number of times in the past for our knowledge exchange meetings. Pera is very well located in Leicestershire and the meeting rooms are very well equipped, light and airy. The food is always great, and the staff are very helpful and are always on hand on the day of the event to help with additional requests which come up'.Alex Warriner, Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board