11th International Workshop on Reachability Problems

      7 - 9 September 2017, London, UK

Local Information

The conference will take place on the Royal Holloway campus. Accommodation is also provided on campus. Please find below information on:

  • The campus map
  • Campus facilities
  • Off-campus restaurants and pubs
  • The conference dinner
  • Tourism

Accommodation includes breakfast. Lunch will be served as part of the conference. Dinner is also included on Wednesday 6th (at the accommodation) and Thursday 7th (banquet). No dinner will be provided on Friday 8th to allow local exploration.

Campus Map

The campus map is available in PDF.

The key locations are:

Campus Facilities

Unfortunately, since RP will be held out of term time, there will be no restaurants open in the evening on campus. Dinner will be provided as part of the accommodation on Wednesday evening. Thursday evening is the banquet. On Friday evening, we recommend exploring the local area, where many good restaurants/pubs are within walking distance (see below).


  • The Boilerhouse Cafe -- picturesque location, Starbucks coffee
  • Crosslands -- pub and food
  • Cafe on the square -- a new cafe will be open in the new library building near the Founder's Building.

There is also a Union Shop selling convenience goods (food, toiletries, stationery, &c...).


There are two towns/villages within walking distance of campus: Egham and Englefield Green.

Egham is the larger town, and does surprisingly well for restaurants. Good independent restaurants can be found on Egham High Street, while Egham Roundabout hosts the chain restaurants Prezzo and Loch Fyne.

There are many local pubs, which also serve proper food. For example The Happy Man and The Barley Mow towards Englefield Green, and The Crown in Egham.

Conference Dinner

The conference dinner will be held on the 7th September at The Bluebells Restaurant. A bus will be arranged from the Royal Holloway campus.


Egham itself is a historic town, with the Magna Carta having been signed nearby. It is also close to Windsor, where Windsor Castle is located, as well as the Windsor Great Park (a park large enough to contain two villages).

For the less historically inclined, Egham is also close to Legoland and Thorpe Park. London is easily accessible by train.

Important dates (Provisional):


Highlights 2017
Queen Mary
University of London
12-15 September 2017


We acknowledge the kind support of the EATCS