The 2017 conference was held at John McIntyre Conference Centre in Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital city.
Conveniently located for all major transport links, the Centre also offers state-of-the-art technical capabilities for our participants, who can take five on the open-air terrace overlooking Arthur's Seat.
Participants enjoyed excellent catering thanks to the centre’s Good Food For All local supply policy, promoting the finest in Scottish food and drink. Accommodation was available on site making the visit to the event and the city easy, convenient and enjoyable. It also meant we could provide more social activities to entertain participants in the evening.
John McIntyre Conference Centre is about 8 miles from Edinburgh International Airport. A taxi will cost around £25, or take an airlink bus service to Waverley Bridge, an adult open return is £9 and a single £4.50.
John McIntyre Conference Centre is 2 miles from Edinburgh Waverley, our main station. A taxi or bus will take around 10 minutes.
From the shop side of Princes Street; take a bus to the Royal Commonwealth Pool on Dalkeith Road, John McIntyre Conference Centre is a short walk down Holyrood Park Road from the stop.
Lothian Buses: Nos 2, 14, 30, 33. Munro: 51/52 from North Bridge.
John McIntyre Conference Centre is about 2 miles from St Andrew's Square, the main Tram terminus. There are regular tram services to and from Edinburgh International Airport. Once you arrive in the city, please follow the bus or taxi instructions above to get to John McIntyre Conference Centre.
A taxi from St. Andrew Square Bus Station or Princess Street to John McIntyre Conference Centre will cost approximately £7 and take 5-10 minutes.
If you're coming to Edinburgh from the South, take the A720; City of Edinburgh Bypass, then take the A7 Old Dalkeith Road exit at the Sheriffhall Roundabout going towards the City Centre. Continue straight for approximately 3 miles. Just past the Royal Commonwealth Pool at the lights, turn right onto Holyrood Park Road. John McIntyre Conference Centre is the second turning on the right.
There is limited on-site parking on a first-come first-served basis.
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