Key dates

  • Early booking deadline for exhibitors:
    22 January 2016
  • Abstract poster submission deadline extended:
    23 June 2016
  • Early registration deadline:
    23 June 2016
  • Registration deadline:
    13 July 2016

Organise your trip

Travel

Nottingham is located in the East Midlands in the heart of England.

The city's excellent transport links make it the ideal location from which to explore. Local, regional, national and international travel couldn't be easier. Furthermore, due to its variety of public transport and cycle routes, Nottingham has been named as the least car dependent city in the UK.



By air

By air 

There are flights to an exciting range of national and international destinations from East Midlands Airport, one of the UK’s fastest growing airports. A number of budget airlines run services from East Midlands, which is only 40 minutes from Nottingham city centre on the 24-hour Skylink bus service. 

From East Midlands Airport, the EMCC is just 14 miles away via the M1 North leaving at junction 25 and following the A52. There is also the regular Skylink Nottingham bus, leaving directly from the airport directed to Broad Marsh Bus Station. Alight at Beeston, which is the stop for the main University campus, a few minutes walk from the entrance to the East Midlands Conference Centre.



By train

By train

Frequent rail services run from Nottingham to major UK cities, including London every 30 minutes.  The nearest stations to the EMCC are Beeston and Nottingham. 

For information contact National Rail Enquiries (tel: +44 (0)8457 484950).

The East Midlands Conference Centre is approximately 4.6 miles (7.4 km) from the railway station. A taxi will cost around £10-£15 and will take approximately 15 minutes. 



By coach

By coach

National Express and Megabus run frequent connections to other UK cities to help get you abroad cheaply and easily. Tickets booked in advance can cost as little as £1.


By car

By car

Nottingham is situated near the M1 Motorway with access from junctions 24, 25 and 26. The M6 is also easy to get to from Nottingham and the A1, which runs from London to Edinburgh, passes through Nottinghamshire.

Getting to the EMCC

Leave the M1 motorway at junction 25 and follow the A52 signposted to Nottingham. After approximately 4.4 miles turn right at the roundabout (Toby Carvery) onto the A6464 Woodside Road. Turn left at the next roundabout to enter the University of Nottingham's West Entrance.The EMCC is situated on Beeston Road, which is the main loop road through the campus. 

For satellite navigations systems please use postcode NG7 2QL. You can plan your route online using one of the free route planners - examples are The AA or The RAC.



Parking

Parking

There is plenty of free car parking at the East Midlands Conference Hotel. 



By taxi

Taxis

Nottingham City Council licenses two types of vehicles - Hackney Carriages and Private Hire vehicles.  Private hire vehicles must be pre-booked.