Representatives are encouraged to travel by public transport and to book their tickets as early as possible, in order to keep the Conference's travel costs to a minimum. These websites will help you to plan a car-free Conference:
Walking directions from your starting point to University Park’s West entrance, at the junction of University Boulevard, Beeston Lane and Woodside Road (post code NG7 2QE).
Travelling by train?
Nottingham railway station has good public transport links to University Park Campus. There is a taxi rank at Nottingham station but the journey by tram is usually quicker. Get more information about the tram.
The tram goes directly from Nottingham train station to University Park. It runs every 7-10 minutes during the daytime and you can buy a ticket from a machine at the tram stop. Take the green line towards Toton Lane and alight at University Boulevard. This stop is a short walk from the West entrance to University Park Campus, which is close to the Halls of Residence and the Conference venue.
Parking permits are available for Conference representatives resident on the University campus. Conference representatives should have requested a permit when they registered for the Conference. If you did not, it may still be possible to allocate a parking space - please contact the Conference Office.
Travelling by car but not a Conference representative?
The University campus has a lot of parking space. However, traffic will be very heavy on Friday 29 and Saturday 30 June when the University has Open Days. If you are coming to Nottingham for the day, you may find it easier to use the Park and Ride Scheme as it may not be possible to find a parking space on campus.
Travelling by air?
East Midlands Airport has incoming flights from some UK airports. National Express operates a bus service into Nottingham Broadmarsh bus station from where you can walk to the station to catch a tram to the University. Estimated journey time from the airport to the city centre is 1 hour 40 minutes.