Nottingham FAQ and Map

The BOPSS Meeting will take place at the Nottingham Conference Centre, Burton Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU (part of Nottingham Trent University).

The registration and onsite payment desk will be open:
Wednesday: 08.45 am – 17.00 pm
Thursday: 08.00 am – 16.00 pm
Friday: 08.00 am – 15.00 pm

We have highlighted on the map below key areas for the conference.

1. Conference Centre Burton Street entrance – entrance for all delegates
2. Tram stop on Goldsmith Street at University main entrance
3. Q Car Park at Talbot Street, NG1 5GG
4. Chaucer Street for coach pick up for gala dinner

We have organised coach pick from Nottingham Trent University leaving at 6.15 pm prompt.  Link to coach pickup map here. Coach will pick up from Chaucer Street opposite main University entrance.  We will be providing a vegetarian alternative suitable to cover all dietary requirements.  Please give your name to your server on the night.  Coaches for everyone depart from Wollaton Hall at 11 pm prompt and drop off back at Shakespeare Street in the city centre.

5. Waverley Street arboretum entrance meeting point for 5km run, NG7 4HF (https://www.plotaroute.com/route/848597)
6. Wollaton Hall for dinner
7. Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem meeting point for Tuesday evening’s pub crawl, NG1 6AD

Road Travel

From the north, exit the M1 at junction 26 and follow the signs for the A610 towards Nottingham city centre

From the south, exit the M1 at junction 24 and follow the signs for the A453 to Nottingham city centre.

 

Park & Ride

From the north use Phoenix Park clearly sign-posted off the A610.  Leave at Nottingham Trent University stop on Goldsmith Street

From the south Queen’s Drive Park and Ride is located just off the A453 (Queen’s Drive), follow signs for A453 / Queen’s Drive Industrial Estate and merge on to the A453 (Queen’s Drive). Alight from the Park and Ride bus on Lower Parliament Street (Victoria Centre); Nottingham Conference Centre is a short walk away

 

Train & Tram

Nottingham Midland Station is the mainline train station close to the city centre. The train station is a 15-minutes walk but for those new to the city it might be easier to take a taxi or use Nottingham’s tram NET (Nottingham Express Transit) system.  The tram terminus is adjacent to the train station and all trams from this terminus travel close to Nottingham Trent University tram stop on Goldsmith Street, walk past the main University entrance turn left on to Burton Street where you will find the Nottingham Conference Centre entrance