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.
Visitor registration will be live nearer the time.
Entry includes FREE access to all the CPD accredited seminars.
Wednesday 27th February 2019- 9am – 5pm
Thursday 28th February 2019 – 9am – 4pm
Click here for travel details and directions
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
- Property Development
- Civil or Structural engineering
- Contractor / Construction
- Facility management
- Estate management
- National Agency
- Water Authority
- Business & Industry
- Central Government
- Non-Government/Membership Organisation
How to find the East of England Arena and Events Centre?
If looking for us with your SAT NAV, please use the following postcodes:
PE2 6HE for the north entrance.
PE2 6SH for the south entrance.
Our postal address is:
East of England Arena and Events Centre
Arriving by car, you will be guided to one of our hard standing or grassed free parking areas. There are 22,000 spaces – so plenty of room for everyone. We also have plenty of disabled parking bays.
Travelling from Peterborough City Centre – take the Nene Parkway/A1260, follow directions to Oundle Road/A605 and turn right onto this road, which will lead you directly to the venue. The brown highway signs indicating East of England Showground will help to guide you. The journey is approximately 16 minutes from the centre of Peterborough.
Travelling from the A1(M) South – continue along the A1(M), passing the Peterborough Services (Extra MSA); continue forward onto the A1 and then take the next turn left, signposted East of England Showground. At the junction with the A605, turn left and travel half a mile. At the roundabout, turn right, and you have arrived at Peterborough Arena.
Travelling from the A1(M) North – ignore the very first signpost for Peterborough and continue travelling along the A1 picking up the brown highways signposts indicating East of England Showground. Follow these signs and leave the A1 at Alwalton, taking you through the village and onto the A605 Oundle Road junction. Turn left at this junction and at the very next roundabout, turn right and you’ve arrived at Peterborough Arena.
By Public Transport
Peterborough City Centre has a number of taxi ranks, as well as a coach park and bus station located within the Queensgate Centre. The Stagecoach bus service runs an hourly service during the week and two-hourly Sunday service, stopping just outside Peterborough Arena. The bus numbers to look for are x4 and 24 leaving Bay 15 at Queensgate, Peterborough.
The bus stop is located on the main road fronting the venue (Oundle Road). A five to 10-minute walk will bring you to our main entrance gate.
East of England Arena’s location makes it central for London Stansted, London Luton, East Midlands and Birmingham airports – all four are approximately 60-90 minutes away by car.