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The Birmingham Magistrate’s Court is a district court in Birmingham, England. You can locate the court in the Victoria Law Courts. They suspended the proposal to move to a new specialised court located nearby in 2010 following the introduction of budget restrictions imposed by the government.


With its spectacular waterways, rich industrial revolutionary history, Birmingham offers entertainment and appeal to all visitors. However, as in all major cities, to find cheap parking near Birmingham Magistrate’s Court is sometimes a hassle.

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Additional Information

Some additional information about parking in birmingham magistrates court, to cater to all your parking needs

  • On-street parking

    Street parking at CPZ costs up to 3 pounds per hour, preventing tourists and passengers from parking in suitable and affordable locations. There are many car parks around the Birmingham Magistrates’ Court, but they can be expensive.

  • Off-street parking

    Some car parks offer multiple options when parking in the streets of Birmingham, such as driveways and parking garages. Parking spaces at the Birmingham Magistrate’s Court are booked using the fast and convenient online platform. These car parks also include easy parking near the Magistrate Court. You can also get price friendly parking in the city centre.

  • Public transport

    Birmingham does not have bus service Park and Ride. However, it offers several rail service parks and rides to get to the city. The rail service regularly serves Birmingham’s New Street Station, the largest and busiest, in the three main stations in downtown Birmingham. Moore Street and Snowy Mountains are the other two resorts.

  • Disabled parking

    With a badge, you can park and pay for parking in the street for free. You can only park on the yellow lines by displaying the blue badge if:


    You do not cause any hindrance No restriction on loading Do not park for over 3 hours.


    They design the Blue Badge parking program to provide drivers and passengers with serious mobility problems access to parking spaces.

  • Parking restrictions & event days

    Birmingham has five administrative parking areas (CPZ). Therefore, it is important to understand the parking restrictions when parking at the Birmingham Magistrates’ Court. When you enter the zone, look for that tells you about the restrictions. Parking is only allowed at bays and yellow lines are restricted everywhere. More parking restrictions include:


    The double yellow line where you park or wait here at any time. A yellow line where you only stop here at certain times. Be sure to check the signs when parking.

    During rush hours in the city centre, additional bus routes and parking restrictions on major highways apply to mobile traffic. In addition, it is important to understand the boundaries of schools, intersections, and urban and residential areas around the intersection.

  • Overnight, weekends & bank holidays

    With 24-hour parking, you can find cheap and convenient parking spaces day and night.

  • Drop-off and pick-up

    Whether you are dropping off or picking up passengers, the Birmingham Magistrate Court has nearby options to ensure you a worry-free visit. Passengers can also use the free bus service operated between nearby car parks.

  • Nearby attractions

    Popular attractions around the Birmingham District Court include Cadbury World, the National Sea Life Centre, and Birmingham Art and Art Gallery. If you are interested in shopping, we recommend shopping malls Bullring and Grand Central. The cafes and stylish bars offer the most enjoyable food. Many of them are located behind the city’s canal network.