The conference will take place at the King’s Buildings Campus of the University of Edinburgh, precisely in the Hudson Beare Building and Sanderson Building. View or download the King’s Buildings Campus map (PDF, 1,580 kB), showing bus stops and venues for the conference events.
The King’s Buildings site is located on the south side of the city. You can find out more about the King’s Buildings here.
We will provide free Lothian bus tickets.
Accessing Hudson Beare and Sanderson Buildings
We recommend that you access the Hudson Beare Building through the Sanderson Building. You can access the Sanderson Building via Robert Stevenson Road, close to Gateway 3 on Mayfield Road. You should see the reception and registration desk immediately you enter. Please, see the King’s Buildings Campus map (PDF, 1,580 kB).
Cafés on the King’s Buildings Campus
We will provide free lunch and coffee everyday at the conference. However, if you need to visit a café inside the campus, here is a link to cafés on the King’s Buildings Campus.
Getting to and from the King’s Buildings is easy due to its excellent public transport, walking and cycling links. Find below information about different options:
- Travelling by air
- Travelling by train
- Travelling by bus
- Travelling by car
- Travelling by City Car Club
- Travelling by bike
- Travelling on foot
Buses Serving the King’s Buildings Campus
The following buses serve the King’s Buildings through the roads indicated. Bus 41 stops inside the Campus while other buses have stops close by. Follow the links to get bus routes and stops.
Bus stop inside the Campus
Bus stops on Mayfield Road
Bus stops on West Mains Road
Bus stops on Craigmillar Park Road
- Lothian Buses Service 3
- Lothian Buses Service 7
- Lothian Buses Service 8
- Lothian Buses Service 29
- Lothian Buses Service 31
- Lothian Buses Service 37
- Lothian Buses Service 47
- Lothian Buses Service 49
For accommodation, we recommend the Pollock Halls. You can book directly at the Edinburgh First’s website or Booking.com. Travelodge is another option for accommodation, which is close to the King’s Buildings.
A variety of hotels and B&B are also available in and around the City Centre. However, it is recommended to book early.