Proposed Train Strikes – from Midday on Monday 26th Sept to Midday on Tuesday 27th Sept
We have been made aware of potential industrial action by the TSSA union members at nine regional train companies that could affect those travelling into London for the event. We understand there will be a reduced service on some lines from midday on 26th September until midday on 27th September from the following train companies: TransPennine Express, West Midlands Trains, Avanti West Coast, c2c, CrossCountry, East Midlands Railway, Great Western Railway, LNER and Southeastern. We always appreciate the extra effort made by attendees from the regionally based brands and property companies regularly travelling into London for the event. We realise this strike action will make some journeys more difficult and unpredictable. We, therefore, recommend people allow extra time for their journeys, consider a different mode of transport or plan for an overnight stay to avoid the disruption. We have listed several options below to help those attendees who may be affected.
If you require assistance booking accommodation or transport, we would be happy to help.
All of these hotels are located within walking distance of the venue and currently still have availability on Monday 26th September.
As London Underground services are unaffected attendees may also want to consider driving to one of the following London suburban stations, parking and continuing your journey by tube.
Morden (Northern Line) – £5 per day.
Cockfosters (Piccadilly) – £6 per day
Reading (Elizabeth Line) – £25 per day
Richmond (District) – £12.95 per day
Edware (Northern Line) – £6 per day
Wimbledon (District) – £10.80 per day
These companies have a large number of daily departures from most locations affected by train strikes.
Thank you for your co-operation. If you have any questions, please contact the team on 01483 238920 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.