PRS for Music has moved its headquarters to the Hay’s Galleria building near London Bridge.
The Mayor of Southwark, councillor Barrie Hargove, opened the new headquarters alongside PRS for Music CEO Andrea Czapary Martin, chair of the PRS Members’ Council Nigel Elderton, and president of the PRS Members’ Council, Michelle Escoffery.
Andrea Czapary Martin, CEO, said: “This important move to London Bridge puts PRS for Music at the epicentre of the UK’s vibrant cultural sector. Allowing us as an organisation to save up to £1 million annually, a cost-saving that is passed on to our music creator members.
“The new state-of-the-art headquarters and collaboration ‘hub’ will be more cost-efficient, eco-friendly, and a thriving, inspiring space for teams to connect and work together. We look forward to welcoming our emerging and globally successful songwriter, composer, and music publisher members, and our customers to the hub, just moments from London Bridge station, as we plan to continue our programme of educational and music events at our new headquarters.”
Mayor of Southwark, councillor Barrie Hargrove, said: “I am delighted to welcome PRS for Music to the borough of Southwark, the heart of London’s world-class arts and culture district. We are proud that the organisation has chosen Southwark as the location of its new headquarters, as it continues its incredibly important work on behalf of music creators worldwide.”