General Information

What happens/What should I do when I arrive?

On arrival in the city, delegates are required to make their own way to their accommodation and/or to the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre.

Registration Times

The registration and secretariat desk is located in the Entrance foyer and will be open at the following times:

Date       Opening Times 
Sat 17 November         14:00 – 17:30 
Sun 18 November         08:30 – 17:00 
Mon 19 November         08:45 – 17:00 


Exhibition Opening Times

The exhibition area is located in the Britten and Whittle Rooms on the third floor, and the opening times are shown below: 

Date       Opening Times 
Sun 18 November          08:30 – 17:00 
Mon 19 November           08:45 - 17:00


Climate

The weather continues to get colder in November in London, UK, when autumn is morphing into winter. The average temperature is 10°C.

Currency

The UK currency is the pound sterling (£/GBP). There are numerous bureaux de change in London – often located inside banks, travel agents or Post Offices, as well as at London's airports and major train stations.

Visas

If you require a Visa to enter the UK, please select the “I require a visa letter” option during your registration. The necessary documentation will be sent to you after the registration and payment process is complete. If you are unsure whether you require a Visa, please click here.

Where is the event taking place?

The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre is located in Westminster, with less than a five minutes’ walk from Big Ben and the Thames and directly opposite Westminster Abbey it is the perfect location.

Queen Elizabeth II Centre
Broad Sanctuary
Westminster
London
SW1P 3EE

020 7798 4000

www.qeiicentre.london 

Getting Around

Public Transport 

Public transport is readily available and easy to use. The London Underground (also known as ‘the tube’) allows you to travel through the city with ease. The nearest Underground stop to the QEII Centre is Westminster. 

Oyster cards are smartcards that can be purchased and topped up at most Underground stations. They can be used on buses, the tube, trams, DLR trains and London Overground services. Contactless payment can also be used to travel on the London Underground. Visit the Transport for London website for more information: www.tfl.gov.uk

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General queries

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