Venue

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The 2016 BCCA Conference is taking place at the East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham.

 

 

East Midlands Conference Centre
University Park
Beeston Ln
Nottingham NG7 2RJ

Registration will be situated within the venue foyer.

 

How to get there:

By Car

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

For more information about general infrastructure improvements in Nottingham, see additional information below.

 

By Rail

The nearest stations to the EMCC are Beeston Station and Nottingham. There are over 30 direct trains that travel between St Pancras and Nottingham on a daily basis.

If you require a taxi please contact our reception team: 0844 346 1216

 

By Tram

The nearest Net Tram stops to the EMCC are:

University Boulevard stop, 10-15 minute walk – click here for a walking map to the venue

University of Nottingham stop – situated adjacent Lakeside Arts Centre – 20 minute walk through the University of Nottingham campus. Click here for a walking map to the venue

 

By Air

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.

 

Additional Information for Visitors

Nottingham is currently undergoing the second phase of a transformation in its public transport network to extend the tram to the south and southwest of the city, including an area near to the university campus. Once finished, the extended tram network in Nottingham will provide a service to 23 million passengers a year.

Work started in July 2013 to improve Nottingham’s ring road, the A6514, currently used by up to 50,000 vehicles a day. The £16.2m project will tackle congestion and improve public transport. More information, including a detailed schedule of the phasing of these works can be found by clicking here.

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