About Us

The European Facility Management Network Association, EuroFM

The EuroFM European Facility Management Network Association was officially established in the Netherlands on 29 December 1993. It originated through the collaboration of NEFMA (now FMN) from the Netherlands, the Danish Facility Management Association (DFM), and the British Institute of Facilities Management (now IWFM). EuroFM serves as the premier European Facility Management Association, fostering cooperation among educators, researchers, and practitioners in the field of Facility Management. With members spanning over 30 countries, including universities, research institutes, national facility management associations, and corporate entities, EuroFM plays a pivotal role in sharing knowledge, expertise, and best practices within the industry.

FMCE (Facility Management Conference and Exhibition)

FMCE is dedicated to promoting the facilities management profession on a global scale. Through annual conferences and exhibitions, FMCE brings together industry experts, thought leaders, delegates, and exhibitors to facilitate knowledge sharing and raise industry awareness. Their mission focuses on delivering practical solutions that enhance business operations, reduce environmental impacts, and integrate Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors into strategic facilities management as well as advocating for the adoption of FM ISO Standards and championing technology advancements that support sustainability in the FM profession. FMCE’s commitment to sustainability aligns with the United Nations’ sustainability goals, making them a significant partner in our event.

We are proud to announce the esteemed partners for the EuroFM Facility Management Conference and EuroFM Research Symposium, scheduled to take place from June 10th to 12th, 2024, in London, United Kingdom. This event is a collaborative effort between EuroFM, FMCE, and our valued partners who share a common goal of advancing the field of Facility Management.


Conference Panels
Award, Networking and Charity Dinner
Student Competition

EuroFM Facility Management Conference and EuroFM Research Symposium are the most important activities of the EuroFM, which brings together practitioners, educators and researchers every year and helps sharing facility management knowledge.

EuroFM Facility Management Conferences have been held in the following countries and cities in the recent years: 2011 Vienna Austria, 2012 Copenhagen Denmark, 2013 Prague Czechia, 2014 Berlin Germany, 2015 Glasgow England, 2016 Milan Italy, 2017 Madrid Spain, 2018 Sofia Bulgaria and 2019 Dublin Ireland. Due to the Covid-19, physical conferences were suspended for 3 years and in 2023 it was held again in Türkiye.

The EuroFM Facility Management Conference/EuroFM Research Symposium is a comprehensive event featuring conference panels, an exhibition, a gala dinner, a student competition, research paper presentations, roundtables, workshops, and various meetings. We anticipate the participation of over 400 delegates from the United Kingdom, Europe, and around the world, making it a truly global gathering of facility management professionals.

Facilities management plays a pivotal role in ensuring the best experiences of physical spaces from the smooth operation and maintenance to creating hospitable and inspiring workplaces and working environments. This wide field encompasses a diverse range of disciplines. From planning and maintenance, sustainability, security and safety, to service design and communication, teachers in various fields have dedicated themselves to imparting invaluable knowledge and skills to the next generation of facilities management professionals. Therefore, EuroFM is happy to honour the best educators and best initiative in FM field with the Best FM Teacher Award and Best FM Initiative Award.


London Metropolitan University: The University is a prominent feature of Holloway Road and offers a wide range of academic programs. It often hosts events and conferences, making it an ideal location for the EuroFM conference in June 2024.

London Metropolitan University has a long history, known for its commitment to making societal, cultural, environmental and economic contributions, more recently through their transformational Education for Social Justice Framework. London Met is dedicated to achieving real-world impact through cutting-edge research and innovation, with fundamental values anchored on ambition, inclusivity, collaboration and creativity. The School of the Built Environment (SBEN) within the University is a new School, introduced to align with the University’s employability values and provide vocational, professionally accredited courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The School currently offers courses in construction management, project management, quantity surveying, real estate and architectural technology, with more courses planned over the coming years. The involvement of the School of the Built Environment at London Metropolitan University as a Conference partner ensures a conducive environment for academic and research-oriented discussions during the event.

Transport Connectivity:

Holloway Road benefits from excellent transport connectivity, making it accessible for both European and international travellers:

Underground (Tube):

The Holloway Road Underground station, served by the Piccadilly Line, provides direct access to central London and key locations such as King’s Cross, Covent Garden, and Heathrow and City Airports. This ease of access is particularly convenient for international attendees arriving at Heathrow.

National Rail:

The nearby Finsbury Park, Piccadilly and Euston Stations connect travellers to various national rail services, including direct routes to major cities like Birmingham and Manchester.


The area is well-served by numerous bus routes, offering additional transportation options for getting around London.


London is serviced by several major airports, including Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, and Luton. Attendees arriving from Europe and beyond can easily access Holloway Road from these airports via public transport or taxi services. For travellers using Heathrow Airport access to Holloway Road can be obtained via the Piccadilly Line, which provides a direct connection to Heathrow, ensuring a smooth journey to and from the airport.

Eurostar Services:

For attendees traveling from Europe, King’s Cross St Pancras International, located nearby, serves as a gateway for Eurostar services. This high-speed train connects London with several major European cities, enhancing accessibility for international participants.

London Underground:

The Holloway Road Underground station, served by the Piccadilly Line, provides direct access to key locations in Central London, including King’s Cross St Pancras, Covent Garden, and Leicester Square.

Cycling and Walking:

Holloway Road is cyclist and pedestrian-friendly, with dedicated cycling lanes and sidewalks, allowing attendees to explore the area on foot or by bike conveniently


Holloway Road is surrounded by a variety of accommodation options, including hotels, hostels, and serviced apartments, ensuring that attendees have convenient places to stay during the conference.

Luxury Hotels:

For travellers looking for upscale accommodations, you might consider luxury hotels in Central London. Many of these hotels offer top-notch amenities, fine dining restaurants, and spa facilities. Examples include The Ritz London, The Savoy, and The Langham.

Mid-Range Hotels:

There are numerous mid-range hotels that offer comfortable rooms, good service, and convenient locations. Some well-known chains and independent hotels fall into this category. Examples include Premier Inn, Travelodge, and Best Western.

Budget Hotels:

For more budget-conscious travellers, there are budget hotel chains that provide basic amenities at affordable prices. Examples include Ibis Budget, Easy Hotel, and Tune Hotels.

Boutique Hotels:

London also has a variety of boutique hotels that offer unique and stylish accommodations. These are often smaller and more intimate than larger chain hotels.

Serviced Apartments:

If you prefer more space and the ability to cook your own meals, serviced apartments could be a good option. Companies like Airbnb, Booking.com, and Expedia offer a range of options in various parts of London.

To find the most recent and specific information about nearby hotels, we recommend using popular hotel booking websites or apps. These platforms allow you to filter hotels based on your preferences, read reviews from other travelers, and find the best deals for your stay.

Cultural Attractions:

While in London, attendees can explore the city’s rich cultural heritage, including world-class museums, historic landmarks, theatres, and vibrant neighborhoods, providing a memorable experience beyond the conference.

Holloway Road’s strategic location and excellent transport links make it an accessible and convenient choice for hosting the EuroFM conference, welcoming participants from across Europe and around the world.