Eleven Brindley Place

Transport

When it comes to location, there’s no better number than Eleven.

Eleven Brindleyplace is in a prime position to take advantage of numerous transport connections within the area and is well served by motorways M5, M6, and M42. In addition, Brindleyplace will also benefit from a proposed Metro extension.

Eleven Brindleyplace is also in a prime position to enjoy the upcoming HS2 and is just a short distance away from major railway connections Birmingham New St, Birmingham Moor St. and Birmingham Snow Hill.

See the map for the proposed Metro extension (pdf)

Road

Eleven Brindleyplace is perfectly located and easily accessible, with Birmingham at the centre of the national motorway network.

Motorways M5, M6 and M42 form a route around the city, principally accessed via the Aston Expressway A38(M). There is also easy access to the M1, M40 and M54 motorways.

London 2hrs 9 mins
Manchester 1hr 40 mins
Leeds 2hrs 3 mins
Bristol 1hr 35 mins
Birmingham Airport 15 mins

Rail

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.

London 1hr 20 mins
Manchester 1hr 29 mins
Leeds 1hr 59 mins
Bristol 1hr 23 mins
Birmingham Airport 9 mins

Metro

Eleven Brindleyplace is well placed to enjoy the upcoming extension to the Midland Metro and will first be served by a new Centenary Square stop and will further benefit from a Brindleyplace stop thereafter. The extension will provide much improved connectivity via a high quality, reliable service with proposed journey times to include:

Edgbaston to New St Station approx 8 mins
Edgbaston to HS2 or Snow Hill approx 12 mins
Sprint – Edgbaston to Colmore Row approx 10 mins

The Midland Metro currently links Wolverhampton to Birmingham city centre and provides excellent connectivity for both business and leisure, with great access to the likes of Grand Central and Bullring.