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Event Information

Tuesday 1st November 2022

10:00 - 15:30
(Last entry 15:00)

Venue
QEII CENTRE

The largest dedicated conference, events and exhibition space in central London

Situated in the heart of Westminster, the QEII Centre is ideally located to take advantage of everything London has to offer.

Uniquely situated in the shadow of Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and the London Eye, you will be within a five minute walk to the Thames and surrounded by excellent transport links in and out of the capital.

Transport options and directions to the QEII Centre can be found below.

Travelling by train 

Charing Cross - 12 mins walk

Victoria - 14 mins walk

Waterloo - 18 mins walk

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Travelling by tube

St. James Park - 4 mins walk

Westminster - 6 mins walk

Victoria Station - 14 mins walk

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Parking

Car Parking

There are several car parks within walking distance of the Centre but parking spaces are limited.

Van and Car parking is available at the Q-Park Westminster, which is a 7-minute walk from the Centre.

Disabled Parking

Blue badge holders are permitted to park on the QEII Centre forecourt free of charge. Parking in this location is subject to availability so please call ahead on +44 20 7798 4000 to enquire.

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Accessibility

Getting Around the Centre

There is a ramp from the forecourt which leads to the QEII Centre front doors and is wide enough for easy wheelchair access. In addition to this, a DDA compliant registration point is also available to wheelchair delegates. All of the meeting and conference rooms have step-free access via corridors wide enough to easily manoeuvre a wheelchair.

The venue has nine passenger lifts, all of which can accommodate a wheelchair. One of these is a fireman’s lift that can be used in the event of an evacuation.

There is no fixed seating at the QEII Centre, therefore wheelchair spaces can be positioned anywhere in the meeting rooms.  The venue can fit a wheelchair ramp to the stage in larger meeting areas, or arrange a portable wheelchair lift to provide access to the stage in smaller meeting rooms.

Disabled Toilet Facilities

There are accessible toilet facilities throughout the QEII Centre. These are equipped with emergency alarms and can be accessed from all of our rooms by using lifts where necessary.

Assistance and Guide Dogs

You are welcome to bring your guide dog, hearing dog or other assistance dog into the QEII Centre.

Induction Loops

Most rooms have permanent induction loops for the audio impaired, and in the remainder, they can be fitted by arrangement with QEII Live. If you are a delegate at an event requiring this facility, please contact your event organiser who will arrange this for you.

Personal Evacuation Plans

We must ensure that everyone can be safely evacuated in the unlikely event of an emergency. If you feel that your disability could delay evacuation of yourself or others via the fire escape stairs, please contact the QEII Centre’s Fire Officer prior to your event on +44 20 7798 4053  to agree a mutually convenient personal evacuation plan.