After much deliberation and in view of the ongoing disruption and uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, ScotPlant has been reluctantly postponed until April 22 & 23 2022.

The exhibition had previously been rescheduled for April 23 & 24 2021 at the Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston. However, after monitoring recent events, including the introduction of new lockdown measures, it seems certain that restrictions for events will persist over the coming months, leaving us with no alternative but to move the event to 2022.

This is not a decision we have taken lightly but, as always, the health, safety and wellbeing of all ScotPlant attendees remains the number one priority.

By moving the show to next year, we are allowing enough time for the Covid-19 vaccine programme to come into full effect, which we are confident will provide us with the opportunity to deliver the same outstanding ScotPlant experience that visitors and exhibitors have come to expect over the past two decades.

The exhibition will, as always, run for two days over Friday April 22 and Saturday April 23 2022 at the Royal Highland Centre.

We would like to thank everyone for their understanding and support in the face of these unprecedented challenges and look forward to welcoming you back to ScotPlant in April next year.

If you have already registered for the event you will not need to reregister.


ScotPlant is a construction equipment exhibition FOR THE TRADE. Under 16s are admitted at parents’ own risk and must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times. All visitors (except children) must register to gain entry. You can keep up-to-speed with the latest news in the run up to the event by following ScotPlant on twitter and facebook.


Friday 22 April 2022, 9am – 5pm
Saturday 23 April 2022, 9am – 4pm

Free entry

Scotplant is Scotland’s largest construction equipment trade show. In 2018 we had over 150 exhibitors including some of the biggest names in the industry.

And the best part, it’s free to attend.

Parking on site is also free.


Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston, Edinburgh EH28 8NB

The Royal Highland Centre is on the west side of Edinburgh, located next to Edinburgh Airport, within minutes of the M8 and M9 and in easy reach of the city centre.

The Royal Highland Centre sits off Glasgow Road (A8) between Newbridge roundabout and the A8/airport roundabout, one of the main routes into the city.

Getting Here

By Car

Free parking is available on site for the event if you are travelling by car.

By Bus

From Edinburgh, Lothian Buses run regular services including the 48, 35 and the Airport Express (100). All buses run regularly and drop-off close to the Centre. Click here for a Lothian Buses timetable or call 0131 555 6363.

The Stagecoach Jet747 bus service from Fife will drop visitors off outside the Royal Highland Centre. Click here for more information.

Citylink also operate services with drop-offs on the A8 close to the Royal Highland Centre. For more information, click here.

By Rail

Haymarket is the nearest train station offering train links from across the UK. For more information contact National Rail on 08457 48 49 50 or click here.

Lothian Buses run regular services stopping outside Haymarket Station and dropping off close to the Centre. Call Lothian Buses on 0131 555 6363 or click here for further information.

Taxis are available from outside the station and take around 15/20 minutes to travel to the Royal Highland Centre.

Visitor enquiries

Got a question? Simply complete and submit the form here, or give us a call on 0141 567 6004.