Conference venue

The conference will take place at:

Magdalen College, Oxford, OX1 4AU, United Kingdom. 

The College benefits from a fully equipped auditorium, seminar rooms for smaller events and a medieval hall, where famous alumni such as Oscar Wilde, John Betjeman, Lord Alfred Denning and Dr Erwin Schrödinger, dined.


          Standard room

Accommodation is provided at the College in available in single study bedrooms. Bedding, linen and small bath towels are provided and rooms serviced on weekdays. Rooms are equipped with a small refrigerator, and tea and coffee making facilities are provided. Standard rooms have their own wash hand basin, and guests share bathrooms, showers and toilets located nearby, with a few other residents. A total of 160 standard rooms are available within the College walls.  Ensuite rooms have a private shower, toilet and wash hand basin. Please note that not all rooms have ensuite bathroom facilities. Some rooms have shared bathroom facilities. These will be allocated on a ‘first come, first served basis’ so please register early to avoid disappointment. A total of 45 ensuite rooms are available inside College walls, with a further 20 very close by. 


Please note that the organisers have reserved 2 nights accommodation within the College for 160 persons. Should you wish to arrange your own accommodation outside the college, please do so, but you should make arrangements to pay for this yourself.


How to get to the college

The airports London Heathrow International and Gatwick are linked to Oxford by The Airline coach company, which operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Heathrow is the closest international airport to Oxford. Stansted Airport is linked to Oxford by the National Express 757, which runs approximately every two hours. From Birmingham airport there is a direct train or bus to Oxford.

Direct services run from London Paddington (serving Oxford station) and London Marylebone (serving Oxford and Oxford Parkway stations). Other services operate from the north via Birmingham New Street; from the south via Reading; and from the west via Didcot or Reading. For details and to plan your journey, see contact National Rail Enquiries.

Oxford Railway Station is a 5-10 minute walk from the centre of Oxford. Please use Google Maps or our interactive map to find your way from the station to the part of the University you are visiting.

Public Airport Coaches
London Coaches transportation

Birmingham International Airport

Reimbursement procedures

Whether or not your costs to attend this conference are covered by one of our network funding mechanisms, each delegate will have to register via this website. For each network different procedures and rules are in place for possible funding or reimbursement of the costs, as described below.

IMPEL has budget available to pay for one person per IMPEL member country. Deadline for applying for this funding is  15 June 2017. If you are the person per member country who will receive the paid for place, then you can fill in the reimbursement section on this website, after the conference to claim the costs for travel (as the costs for accommodation are already coverd by the organisers). 

Please note that a maximum of 360€ can be covered for a return flight. If travel costs are expected to be higher, please get in touch with the IMPEL secretariat beforehand. 

For questions about this procedure, please contact the IMPEL secretariat.

ENPE & EUFJE have funding for 2 nights accommodation and breakfast (19 & 20 September only) and all subsistence during the conference (i.e. meals and tea/coffee provided as part of the conference, lunches on 20 & 21 September & evening dinner on the 20 September), for each delegate who receives confirmation of a conference place following registration. Places will be allocated initially to network members, with places for each member state and accession country and by reference to relevant environmental expertise, any nomination from a recognised prosecuting or judicial authority and the need for capacity building. Each delegate must register on line, individually, for the conference using this conference website.  Delegates will need to pay for their own travel. It is important to note that assistance with travel costs can be made available - but only in certain cases. If you receive confirmation of a delegate place, and need assistance with travel costs, then you should fill in the reimbursement section on this website once the conference has ended, providing the necessary evidence of costs incurred (i.e. copies of tickets and receipts etc.)

For questions about this procedure, please contact the ENPE / EUFJE secretariat.

Envicrimenet is not able to provide funding  to cover hotel or DSA costs for the conference.