Registration and Accommodation

 

You can now register for the 2017 RC21 conference on the following link RC21 RETHINKING GLOBAL URBAN JUSTICE . The deadline for Early Bird Registration is the 31st of May 2017. 

Please note that Paypal is the only available payment method.

Signing up for a Paypal account is optional, this means that you will be able to pay with your credit card without creating a Paypal account. You will be able to select the preferred currency and exchange rate.

Unfortunately there is no financial aid available. RC21 does not offer any travel grants and/or registration fee waivers.

The deadline for including your participation in the conference programme is 31st of July. You can continue to pay and register for the conference until the 31st of August but we will not be able to guarantee your name and contribution in the programme. You will also be able to register at the conference itself in Leeds paying on the spot (preferably by card). If for any reason you are unable to pay and register before the 31st of July online but you know for sure that you are coming to Leeds and contributing to the conference, please send us an email to RC21@leeds.ac.uk clearly stating your role in the conference (panel convenor, paper presenter, title of your session/s and your paper/s) as soon as possible and before the 31st of July. Otherwise we will not be able to list your contribution in the conference programme.

Accommodation

 

We have negotiated favourable bed & breakfast rates in the following 5 accommodations for conference delegates to make their own bookings.

Prices are inclusive of breakfast and VAT.  Early booking is recommended.

Devonshire Hall    

University accommodation 0.9 mile from the University campus. The accommodation comprises standard single rooms for single occupancy with shared bathroom facilities.  Total price for 3 nights, Sun 10, Mon 11, Tues 12 Sept is £117.  To book, click here.     Devonshire Hall Picture Gallery.

Radisson Blu

4* hotel in the City centre, 0.8 mile from the University campus.

Rooms are standard queen non-smoking, single occupancy £110 per room per night.

To book, email your details to Reservations.leeds@radissonblu.comquoting your required dates and reservation code  ‘1709UNILEE’.  You will then be able to update your booking online to add card details for payment.   Alternatively, you can phone the hotel on +44 (0) 113 2366000, select option 1 for reservations and provide arrival and departure dates, quote the code ‘1709UNILEE’

Jurys Hotel

4* hotel close to City centre at Brewery Wharf, 1.4 miles from the University campus.

Sun 10 Sept – £85 per room per night,  Mon 11 Sept – £97 per room per night,  Tues 12 – £97 per room per night.

To book, please phone the hotel on +44 (0) 113 283 8800 and quote ‘RC21LEI00917’

Or reserve on-line at www.jurysinns.com and enter JIRCLE100917 in the promo code box.

Holiday Inn Express

3* hotel 1 mile from the University campus, 15 minute walk from Leeds City centre.

Sun 10 Sept – £69 per room per night, Mon 11 – £89 per room per night, Tues 12 – £89.00 per room per night.

To book, visit the hotel website at RC21 Leeds – Holiday Inn Express  quote ‘RC21Leeds’.

ibis Styles Leeds City Centre Arena

A brand new 3* hotel approx half a mile from the University, near the Arena.

£64 single occupancy per night, £69 double occupancy per night.  Quote booking ref RC21.

 

You may also wish to consider smaller family run guest houses such as:

The Glengarth

A small family run bed & breakfast very close to the University.   Rates vary by season, but are currently advertised as:  Single £28 – £40 per night, double or twin £45 – 50 per night

The Kingston

A small family run hotel opposite the University.   Rates vary by season, but are currently advertised as:  Single £35 – £40 per night, double or twin £45 – 50 per night.  Breakfast is extra.

 

Leeds has a range of alternative accommodations to offer, for details see the ‘Visit Leeds’ website. You will also find maps and information about Leeds on this site.

Prices can vary and cheaper deals sometimes appear on hotel booking sites such as hotels.com and others so it is worth shopping around.  Wherever you decide to stay, demand is likely to be high in Leeds at that time so early booking is strongly recommended.

For directions to Leeds University and campus maps, see here.