The elegant Regency room is on the second floor and has the air of quet authority from the days when the Town was governed by the Burgesses. It is the highest room in the building with large windows which make it light and airy. The walls are panelled in warm pine wood with portraits, Royal Charters and other pictures associated with the history of Maldon. The number of people permitted is 35, though not all seated.
The room has polished tables and leather seated chairs arranged in a horseshoe shape with a top table at the High Street end. At the other end of the Chamber is the Muniment Room.