NFU Conference will take place 21–22 February 2022 at the ICC (International Convention Centre) in Birmingham.
Tuesday 21 February
- 08:00 Registration opens
- 10:15 Conference begins
Wednesday 22 February
- 08:45 Conference begins
- 13:00 Conference closes
- 14:00 NFU AGM
If applicable, accommodation will have been booked for you by our conference team. The name and address of the hotel will be named on the letter you will receive confirming your attendance at NFU Conference.
Hotel check-in and bag drop
If you are part of a regional allocation, there is a facility for a bag drop and check-in for the majority of our conference hotels. This will be available in Hall 4 from 8am to 10.30am on Tuesday 21 February. Your confirmation letter will provide details if this facility is available to you. All other delegates will need to check in to their hotels directly.
Cloakroom facilities are available at the ICC. Coats and bags will only be accepted from those displaying a conference registration badge.
Please obtain your check out time directly from your hotel. The cloakroom facility will be available for delegates' luggage at the ICC on Wednesday 22 February. As above, items will only be accepted from those displaying a conference registration badge. Please allow sufficient time to check your bags into the cloakroom to avoid queues. Day 2 at Conference begins at 9am.
Getting to the ICC by train
The closest train station to the ICC is Birmingham New Street.
Taxis are available from outside the station.
Alternatively, the ICC is a 15-minute walk. Head towards Centenary Square and the Birmingham Rep. The ICC is situated here near Broad Street.
Getting to the ICC by car
There are several car parks near the ICC:
- Utilita Arena, B1 2AA
- Brindleyplace, B1 2JF
- Paradise Circus, B1 2NB
A full list of car parks can be found at the Birmingham City Council website: Find parking
Due to extensive roadworks and construction in the city, we recommend you allow extra journey time when travelling to NFU Conference 2023.
Clean Air Zone charges
In June 2021, Birmingham introduced a Clean Air Zone which means some cars may be charged to enter the city.
If you'll be arriving by car, you must check the eligibility of your vehicle and pay the charge in advance at the government website: Drive in a Clean Air Zone