Visiting, Times & Directions




Entry includes FREE access to the exhibition and all CPD accredited seminars.



Tuesday 9th November 2021:  9am – 5pm

Wednesday 10th November 2021:  9am – 4pm



Why should you visit?

You’ll be able to engage with experts and consultants, harvesting advice on what your could and should be doing.

Network with your peers, find out what their plans are and share ideas. There’s a lovely quote attributed to George Bernard Shaw: If you have an apple and I have an apple and we exchange apples, we still each have one apple. But if you have an idea and I have an idea and we exchange ideas, we each have two ideas.

Talk to the people and organizations on the exhibition stands, who can help you deliver your planned solutions with the latest equipment, technology, services and knowledge.

You’ll be able to talk to a wide rang of suppliers and expert advisers that would normally take you months to get around, trade shows are the most productive use of your time. Especially if you are thinking of changing or looking for a new supplier.

It’s one or two days out of your year that could continue to pay dividends for months and even years to come, whilst making you more effective, efficient and possibly even save you money.

Who should visit?

If you work in any of these areas where you may have to consider the effects of flooding now, or in the future, there are many benefits to attending Floodex.

  • Local Authority

  • IDB

  • RFCC

  • Property Development

  • Planning

  • Civil or Structural engineering

  • Architectural

  • Consulting

  • Contractor / Construction

  • Facility management

  • Estate management

  • National Agency

  • Water Authority

  • Agriculture

  • Business & Industry

  • Energy

  • Transport

  • Central Government

  • Non-Government/Membership Organisation

Getting Here

How to find the ExCeL, London

ExCeL London
One Western Gateway
Royal Victoria Dock
London E16 1XL

For satnav please use:
E16 1XL — west entrance and CentrEd
E16 1FR — east entrance and ICC London




By Car

Visiting ExCeL:

If you are visiting ExCeL for any other reason, parking costs £20 for up to 24 hours. The car park is located directly beneath the venue. If you are not visiting ExCeL but require onsite parking, please use the multi-storey car park, located next to the Crown Plaza Hotel. Parking costs £20 for up to 24 hours and can be paid for using pay and display machines in the car park.

If you have any questions or require more information please email 

You can download our parking map which shows you the location of the car parks on campus.

If you’re arriving via the M11, the North Circular (A406) or the A13, as you get closer to ExCeL you’ll pick up signs for Royal Docks, City Airport and ExCeL London. If you’re using satellite navigation please enter the postcodes below.

You can also use the what3words app or go to the website, and enter the three word address (///word.word.word). For more information on what3words, please click here.


By Public Transport

DLR (Docklands Light Railway)

The Docklands Light Railway (known as the DLR) is part of the London Underground network. Two of the stations, Custom House and Prince Regent, are on our campus. Trains pull up at a covered walkway leaving visitors with less than a two minute’s walk to the entrance.

Check your event listing for the entrance for your event. Alight at Custom House for the west entrance and Prince Regent for the east entrance and ICC London.

DLR services: All trains towards Beckton/Gallions Reach will stop at Custom House and Prince Regent.


London Underground

The Jubilee Line and the DLR are the quickest routes to ExCeL London. 

Alight at Canning Town on the Jubilee Line and change onto a Beckton-bound DLR train for the quick two-stop journey to ExCeL: Custom House for ExCeL (for the west entrance) or Prince Regent for ExCeL (for the east entrance or the ICC London).

*ExCeL is approximately 20-minutes walking distance away from Canning Town underground station, download the walking route map here

London Overground

The London Overground, part of the London Underground network, serves a large part of Greater London and parts of Hertfordshire with 112 stations on several routes. The Overground is highlighted in Orange on the Tube map.

The DLR and Jubilee Line can be connected from multiple Overground lines such as Stratford, Canada Water, and Shadwell. It’s also possible to join the Overground and travel to ExCeL London from Euston station.