67 Hope Street
T. 0121 634 2800
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The venue is located on Hope Street across from Glasgow Central Station and is around a ten minute walk from Glasgow Queen Street Station. No parking is available at the venue, however, there are public car parks located nearby.
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Scottish Renewables works closely with Conference Care to negotiate discounts with local hotels for delegates of the Low-Carbon Heat Conference 2021. Conference Care can carry out individual searches on hotels in Glasgow, tailoring options to your specific requirements. To discuss availability, please contact Nicola Gough, Groups & Allocations Controller on 02476 369 726 quoting 'Scottish Renewables' Low-Carbon Heat Conference 2021'.
Please note this offer is for delegates of the conference only.
Health, Safety and Hygiene Measures
The safety of our delegates and our staff team is of paramount importance to Scottish Renewables. We want you to feel totally confident about booking to attend the Low-Carbon Heat Conference, or any other Scottish Renewables event.
If we need to reschedule the event, we will simply roll over your booking to the new date and if we are unable to run the event within the following 12 months, you will be entitled to a full refund.
Our in-person events will be run according to official Scottish Government and local authority guidance in the first instance, as well as any venue-specific regulations. The Low-Carbon Heat Conference at The Studio Glasgow will follow the measures outlined below:
- All delegates will need to register to attend this conference in advance of the event date
- Delegates will be issued with a pre-event advice sheet with hints and tips to meet social distancing requirements during the event
- Delegates will be asked to download a Track & Trace app in advance of entering the venue
During the event:
- Entrance to the event may be staggered to reduce queuing and overall capacity will be limited to ensure social distancing can be maintained
- Social distance markers will be displayed on venue floors and wherever possible “one-way systems” with arrows to encourage easier movement and create additional space around the venue
- Doors where possible (and safe to do so) will be left open so reduce surface-to-hand contact
- At peak times the venue will have allocated members of the team as Social Distance Marshals who will help direct delegates to where they need to get to in the venue with minimal dwell time
- The exchange of physical materials, such as badges, lanyards, business cards and programmes will be discouraged, with digital alternatives recommended
- Physical contact such as handshakes will be discouraged
- The venue will have enhanced cleaning procedures and additional hand-sanitising facilities available
- A “grab and go” hot lunch will be offered to avoid cross contamination by delegates at buffet stations
These policies will be continually reviewed in line with Scottish Government and local authority updates.