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How to get here
(We recommend that you travel here by train)
From Birmingham New Street Station (about 6 minutes)
Leave the platform by the Victoria Square exit (at the very far end of platforms 2b-11b). When you come out of the station, cross Stevenson Street, heading slightly right. Walk up through Piccadilly Arcade into New Street. Turn left and Bennetts Hill is the first street on the right.
From Birmingham Snow Hill Station (about 6 minutes)
Use the main exit. Turn right into Colmore Row and follow it past the Cathedral. Turn left at the traffic lights down Bennetts Hill.
From the M6
At junction 6, take the A38(M) into the centre of Birmingham; this will lead you onto the Aston Expressway. After the flyover with a bend in it, continue through the underpass under St Chad's Queensway. Immediately exiting the underpass, take the left-hand lane and filter uphill into Great Charles Street, and then right onto Livery Street. Car park on the left. From here it is a 10 minute walk. Uphill along Livery Street, turn right onto Colmore Row. At the traffic lights turn left down Bennetts Hill.
From the M5
Leave the M5 at junction 3 signposted to Birmingham West. Follow the A456 Hagley Road into Birmingham. As you see office towers around you, get into the right lane and go down through the Fiveways underpass. Remain on this road (Broad Street) through the traffic lights until you see Centenary Square and The Rep on your left. At the junction ahead, filter quickly into the centre lane, peeling off the roundabout at the second exit - Great Charles Street. 200 yards on the left turn into New Hall Street and use the NCP on the right. From here it is a 10 minute walk. Up New Hall Street, over the pedestrian crossing, continue straight on into Bennetts Hill.
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