From London, take the A3 and follow the brown venue signs to Sandown Park. Exit onto the A307 and continue to follow the brown venue signs. Alternatively, from the M25, exit at Junction 10 and follow the A3 towards London before exiting onto the A307 and following the brown venue signs.
If you’re using a Sat Nav, please enter ‘Portsmouth Road’ rather than the Sandown Park postcode – this will bring you to our main car park which is just off the A307 (Esher High Street) and is directly in front of the main entrance.
For electric car users, there are four Polar “fast charge” points in operation in the main car park.
Esher Rail Station is just a 10 minute walk from the main entrance of Sandown Park Racecourse.
On a non-raceday, visitors should turn left out of the station onto Station Road and then right at the T-junction to join the A307 Portsmouth Road. The entrance to Sandown Park is on the right hand side. Alternatively, there is a taxi rank at the rail station for those less able to walk.
Please note that Esher rail station is located outside of Zones 1- 6 and that Oyster Cards are not valid when travelling to Esher. A paper ticket must be purchased in advance of travelling.
Parking is free, with ample space for over 2000 cars. You can reach the car park from the A307 Portsmouth road. Coach parking is also available at the same car park, and there are also allocated parking spaces for those with disabilities.
Is FutureScape free to attend?
FutureScape is completely free to attend for visitors.
Do I need to pre-register for the seminars?
We encourage visitors to pre-register for the seminars, as space in the seminar rooms is limited. You can register your place by finding your emailed ticket and following the instructions to reach the seminar registration.
What’s in it for me?
Connections. Whatever discipline you’re involved in within landscaping – building, designing, maintaining or supplying materials and services to the landscape – you’ll come away from FutureScape with an extra insight, ideas to translate into your own business and a whole new network of connections and potential leads to fuel the future of your landscaping plans. Test new products and machinery, weigh up the pros and cons and compare and contrast suppliers. Sit in on a few seminars to give yourself some ammunition to approach that tricky business decision you’ve been pondering. Or meet up with colleagues, workmates and associates in an informal atmosphere and simply soak up the energy from the landscaping community around you.
Come away with armfuls of product information, a headful of positive plans to drive your landscape business forward – and the tools to get there.
What time does FutureScape open?
The doors open at 9am on Tuesday 19 November 2019.
Is there food and drink available?
There is a Costa Coffee at the venue, and the food hall will be open all day.
Can I follow FutureScape on social media?
We’re all about connections and that means social media too. Search for @FutureScapeUK for Twitter, FutureScapeEvent for Instagram and click HERE for our Facebook page. You can also connect with us on Linkedin. You’ll be able to keep up with the very latest seminar, news and event announcements on any one of these feeds – so why not start a conversation?!