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The Venue - Hove Lawns

The event will be held on Hove Lawns - click here for the address. 

Hove seafront begins at Hove Lawns and stretches right along to Hove Lagoon, near Portslade. There is a stunning walk along the seafront, especially just as the sun rises or sets, from the West Pier onwards.

Hove Lawns is the general term used to describe the lawns along the length of much of Hove’s seafront. It includes the section from the Brighton boundary to St John’s Road (called Brunswick Lawns); and that from St John’s Road to Fourth Avenue (named King’s Lawns - previously the West Brighton Estate Lawns).

The venue provides a stunning setting to host the inaugural Footprint+ conference and a reminder of what the aim of the event is - to help businesses work to achieve net zero and preserve our planet for future generation.





Forget paper show guides that are used once (if you're lucky) and then wasted - you can navigate our carbon conference with the FOOTPRINT+ App. 

Simply download the app from the relevant app store, sign in using the email address that you registered for your FOOTPRINT+ ticket with and access all of the clever content being delivered 7-9 June.

Whether it's researching the speakers you want to connect with, planning your schedule around the top sessions you'll be attending or getting to grips with the layout of the event.



By Public Transport

We recommend travelling by public transport...

By Train

Both Hove and Brighton stations are 25-minute walk / 6-minute taxi to venue.

Lines - Southern, ThamesLink

Gatwick Airport - Gatwick Express 47 Min
Guildford 102 Min
South Croydon - London              129 Min
Brighton Station              5 Min (Walk)

By Bus

Lines - 21, 21A, 22, 24, 26, 46, 48, 49, 50 + More Options

London Road Shops, Brighton 2 Min (Walk)
The Level, Brighton 3 Min (Walk)
St Peter's Church, Brighton 5 Min (Walk)



By Car

Parking is available in managed car parks in the vicinity of Hove Lawns.



The City

Visit Brighton

With a blend of modern culture and exotic architecture, sea and countryside, make Brighton your base and discover new places and experiences both inside the city and out.

What’s Brighton like in a nutshell?

Ever since royal party animal George IV fell in love with Brighton back in the 18th Century, the city has been a magnet for visitors in search of fun, frolics and fresh sea air. With its majestic Regency squares and crescents, iconic Royal Pavilion and famous piers, today Brighton is as well-known for being a welcoming and diverse city with a passion for culture, creativity and sustainability as it is for its historic landmarks.

Click here to find out more about Brighton. 

Who's Attending

Who's Attending