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Brindleyplace is in Westside, Birmingham and it is a canalside development that has several uses. Here you will find the Royal Bank of Scotland, Ikon Gallery, the Crescent Theatre, the National Sea Life Centre and Orion Media. Over the canal there is the ICC, the Old Turn Junction and the National Indoor Arena. The various buildings here cover a total of 17 acres.
You're able to find & book car parking in Brindleyplace with YourParkingSpace, such as car parking for an hour or two, good value 24-hour parking, or a space long-term. By pre-booking you secure yourself a spot to park & in addition save a significant amount of money in the process.
Homeowners that own an empty driveway space, off-street parking space, or even a lock-up garage in Brindleyplace can make a supplemental income through renting it out. Parking spaces in Brindleyplace can be let out, ranging from overnight car park spaces for one-off visitors to Brindleyplace or local residents and commuters searching for contract car parking.
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Very smooth process. Great spaces, super cheap compared to others for mid-long (over 4 but under 24 hrs)Steve
The car park was easy to find despite the many road works. it was virtually empty and very handy for the ICC and Symphony Hall so made for a very stress free evening. Recommended.Robin
Easy to find, great value.Tony
Brilliant, easy to find and access. Close to Bullring and city centre. Hard to beat for price and we will use again. Thank you.Darryl
A pain to find but otherwise very goodWILLIAM
Great parking space if you need to leave your car for any length of time around Broad Street or other City Centre area. I’ve seen a few reviews citing concerns with road closures - I had no issue with access, key is to approach from Suffolk Street Queensway/Holiday Street (Mailbox End of Broad Street). Convenient pedestrian gate access to street once you’ve parked your car.BEN