A well-connected location
Less than a mile from Birmingham city centre, Edgbaston has excellent transport links through rail, road and air. Located outside the Clean Air Congestion zone, it is benefitting from the Metro tram extension with the Edgbaston Village stop arriving during 2022, followed by the SPRINT, in addition to the Cycle Revolution taking place across the city.
Birmingham is a fantastically well-connected city, well served by three major railway stations – Birmingham New Street, Birmingham Snow Hill and Birmingham Moor Street.
The city’s principal transport hub, Birmingham New Street station provides direct services to destinations across the UK:
Birmingham Airport – 9 mins
London – 1 Hr 20 mins
Bristol – 1 Hr 25 mins
Manchester – 1 Hr 29 mins
Leeds – 1 Hr 58 mins
Birmingham New Street Station has undergone a £600m redevelopment and is now a state-of-the-art transport hub with a capacity of 52 million passengers per year. In addition, local stations, Five Ways, Snow Hill and Moor Street provide additional services to a regional network.
Edgbaston is served by Five Ways, which is used by over 1.4m passengers a year.
The upcoming extension to the Midland Metro, followed by the SPRINT, will provide much improved connectivity via a high quality and reliable service.
The Edgbaston stop, named ‘Edgbaston Village’ will stop at 54 Hagley Road.
The Metro is on schedule to open at the end of 2021. Five Ways underpass is closed to traffic as works continue for phase two of the Birmingham Westside extension. The roundabout, which runs above the underpass, will remain open throughout the closure as will pedestrian and cyclist access through the Five Ways concourse.
Since mid 2020 there has been no access to Francis Road from Hagley Road, however vehicles have been able to exit Francis Road directly onto Hagley Road during this time with clearly signed diversion routes in place to assist drivers. For the latest information visit the Metro Alliance website, here.
The proposed journey times
Edgbaston to New St Station approx – 8 mins
Edgbaston to Colmore Row approx – 10 mins
Edgbaston to HS2 or Snow Hill approx – 12 mins
The Midland Metro currently links Wolverhampton to Birmingham city centre and Birmingham New Street, it provides excellent connectivity for both business and leisure, with great access to the Central Business District and shortly Victoria Square, which is home to HSBC’s new offices, Birmingham Library and the International Convention Centre.
Edgbaston is perfectly located and easily accessible, with Birmingham at the centre of the national motorway network. It is 4.7 miles from the M6, 4.6 miles from the M5, with excellent links to the M42, M1, M40 and M54 motorways.
Birmingham Airport – 31 mins
Bristol – 1 Hr 35 mins
Manchester – 2 Hrs 4 mins
Leeds – 2 Hrs 11 mins
London – 2 Hrs 38 mins
Birmingham International Airport lies just 11.5 miles away with direct flights to over 140 world-wide locations, it provides easy access to all European business destinations, in addition to direct flights to USA, the Far and Middle East (including Dubai and India).