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Canals once dominated Birmingham commerce and transport. Once they fall into disuse, though, they risked being an eyesore in the very centre of the city. Brindley Place is one example of how Birmingham has avoided that risk. Over more than 25 years, this 17 acres mixed-use site has been developed to become the home of a theatre, a hotel, an art gallery, shops, eating places, offices, apartments and an aquarium, all built around three public squares that provide a home for performing arts events and a place to meet and chat. To use these facilities requires an answer to the question: Where to park in Brindley Place?
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There is no on-street parking in Brindley Place. The nearest on-street parking is in Sheepcote Street, where pay-and-display parking spaces can be used for a maximum stay of 4 hours between the hours of 8:00 am and 19:30 pm, with no return for an hour. Parking is free with no maximum stay for Blue Badge holders.
The Brindley Place car park is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year (and 366 in leap years). It has 890 parking spaces and 4 electric charging points. Charges range from £2.20 for an hour to £16 for 12 hours and £19 for all day. You can pay by credit card or cash, and there’s a car wash, so Brindley Place lets you look after the car as well as it looks after you.
Birmingham is well served with public bus transport both within the city and with other towns and cities country-wide. Bus transport is being upgraded to Sprint, in which dedicated bus lanes are used by specially designed buses with free wi-fi and air conditioning.
Rail also provides connections of very high quality within the city as well as nationally, with the refurbished New Street station being on the West Coast Main Line between London and Glasgow and also forming the national hub of the CrossCountry network.
Blue Badge holders park on the street free of charge and without time limit, but this does not apply in the Brindley Place multi-storey car park which is operated by Q-Parks.
The area around Brindley Place is a controlled parking zone (CPZ). Parking is permitted only in off-street car parks and in designated on-street parking spaces. In the Inner Zone, which includes Brindley Place, the maximum stay is 4 hours (unlimited for blue badge holders), and the cost starts at £3.50 for one hour rising to £9 for four hours.
Fortunately, there is no charge for on-street parking in Birmingham on Sundays, Bank Holidays and Good Friday. Charges in car parks vary between operators.
Passengers can be set down and picked up anywhere in Brindley Place that a car can reach.
Birmingham is the second biggest city in Britain, and the list of attractions rivals London’s. Brindley Place itself will take some time to explore, and when you’ve finished, you could take a walk along the canals. Or visit museums and art galleries. Or…well, really, the list is endless.