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The conference will be held at P&J Live, the North East of Scotland’s state-of-the art conference and events venue, offering world-class facilities, all sustainably powered by local, renewable energy sources.
With unrivalled public transport connections, the venue is located in close proximity to Aberdeen International Airport – the UK’s most connected regional airport, a few short minutes from the city’s western peripheral route, and in prime position for rail links between Aberdeen and the North of Scotland.
A city of strength and endurance; a city that reflects the ancient rock that in many ways makes it so memorable. But alongside the timeless beauty, Scotland’s third largest city also provides a warm embrace. Hospitality comes naturally to Aberdeen – and the Aberdonian. Delegates will experience a region often recognised as among the friendliest in the UK.
This is a world-class destination with a world-class reputation for providing a memorable welcome to every type and size of event, business meeting or conference.
Aberdeenshire holds an abundance of hidden delights. Delegates will feel at ease strolling through an attractive, people-friendly environment. The spectacular light of the North-east compliments the world-famous architecture. This is a city of fun, great nights out and serious cultural experience.
P&J Live is just 1.5 miles from Aberdeen International Airport, the UK’s most regionally connected airport, operating 45 UK flights daily from Newcastle, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, London and Dublin.
For further information, please visit the Aberdeen International Airport website:
Located in the city centre, a short 15 minute journey from P&J Live, the railway station connects Aberdeen to the rest of the UK with a wide range of direct connections. Aberdeen is the latest destination in Scotland to benefit from the arrival of the world-class Azuma trains which are transforming travel for customers and communities along the East Coast route.
Board the Caledonian Sleeper from London Euston – which runs 6 nights a week – in the evening and wake up in Aberdeen
Dyce Train Station
P&J Live is just 1.5 miles from Dyce Train Station which offers regular connections north and south for event visitors travelling by rail. Dyce is on the Aberdeen-Elgin-Inverness line and is also served by some through trains from Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Trains run at least once an hour Monday to Saturday, less frequently on Sundays.
Aberdeen Train Station
Aberdeen Train Station is in the city centre, a ten-minute train journey from Dyce by rail, and is located next door to Union Square.
The following operators run trains to and from Aberdeen station:
• Abellio ScotRail: Services throughout Scotland and sleeper trains to London Euston
• LNER: East Coast Main Line trains to Edinburgh and London King’s Cross
• CrossCountry: Links Aberdeen with a network stretching to Birmingham, Manchester, Brighton and Penzance
We have negotiated offers with both LoganAir and LNER. Details of these offers will be made available approx 6 months prior to the meeting.