Aston University Parking
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Located in Birmingham, Aston University is a public research university, which began life in 1895 as the Birmingham Municipal Technical School. It received its royal charter from Queen Elizabeth II in 1966. The university’s 60 acre campus is situated in the heart of the city centre and is home to over 3000 students. The campus has everything that students may need, including a sports centre, a swimming pool, a 120 station gym, a library, cafes and restaurants, pubs, shops, a travel centre, a hairdresser, a health centre and a dentist, places of worship, an opticians, and a bank.
The Aston University Library is worth a special mention. It covers 4 floors and is home to over 250,000 books and 800 current printed periodicals. Students also enjoy online access to over 40 electronic databases and more than 3400 electronic journals.
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Aston University Parking Statistics
4.6 out of 5 stars
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Parking at Aston University
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Aston University parking is available in ten car parks which are spread across the campus. Some of the car parks are for staff and student use only. For visitors to the university, parking is available in a car park which is conveniently located on the campus. There are 200 parking bays available for public use in Car Park 5. It can be found off Holt Street, B7 4BH. Parking is on a pay and display basis, with parking fees at a flat rate of £5.50 per visit. Car Park 5 is open 7 days a week between 6am and 10pm. The car park gates are locked overnight.
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If you’re staying in the area near Aston University and are looking for other things to do, you won’t be disappointed as there are plenty of nearby attractions. Birmingham is a vibrant city with outstanding shopping, fabulous places to dine, and plenty of culture, history and lifestyle.
One highlight is the National Sealife Centre. The perfect place for a fun filled family day out, the National Sealife Centre in Birmingham is home to many different species, including majestic jellyfish, Asian short clawed otters, poison dart frogs, and even piranhas.
Other nearby attractions include the Symphony Hall, which is widely considered to be one of the finest concert halls in the world; Woodgate Valley Country Park, a 450 acre country park of meadows, woodland, hedgerows and wetland; and Cadbury World, which is located on the site of the original Cadbury factory and is a must visit attraction for chocolate lovers of all ages.
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The nearest train station to Aston University is Birmingham New Street station. It is a short flat 10 to 15 minute walk from from the station to the university, passing through the main shopping areas of the city along Corporation Street. Birmingham New Street Station has direct lines to many destinations across the UK. There are also some regional and national services from Birmingham Snow Hill and Moor Street stations. These stations are a short ten minute walk from the university campus.
As the university is so conveniently located in central Birmingham, there are many bus routes that pass close to Aston University campus. There are also coach services operating from Digbeth coach station, which is either a short taxi ride or a 20 minute walk away from the campus.
Disabled Parking at Aston University
The Blue Badge scheme is for people with severe mobility problems or those who are registered blind. There are designated disabled parking bays available at Aston University. These are located at locations across the campus. Spaces need to be booked in advance, so drivers are advised to arrange this via the person they are visiting at the university.
There are electric vehicle charging points situated around Birmingham for drivers to charge their electric cars near Aston University. A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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What postcode should I use for my Sat Nav to reach Aston University?
For Sat Nav directions to Aston University, use the post code B4 7ET.
Is it free to park in the Aston University visitor car park?
No, there is a cost of £5.50 for Aston University parking in the visitor car park.
Can I walk to Aston University from Birmingham New Street train station?
Aston University is only a short 10 to 15 minutes’ walk from Birmingham New Street train Station, so you could take a walk to reach the university campus and see some of the sights of Birmingham city on the way. The route from the train station to the campus is flat and passes through the main shopping areas of the city along Corporation Street.
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Latest Aston University parking reviews
Easy to find, book and use. Slightly more expensive than others I have used though.Samantha
Perfectly situated. A great stay.James
No access to parking!!!! Be aware!!!!Tatjana
Excellent location - right next to Grand Central station which is what I wanted as I was taking the train to London from there. The price was very reasonable for the number of hours I parked there for. I knew from reading other reviews that I had to read the instructions in the email and have the code ready to enter and exit the car park. The door when returning to the car park is just a plain grey door with no sign but again I saw this in another review so I made sure I remembered where the door was when I exited the car park. I would definitely park here again when I go to Birmingham and would recommend it to others.Michelle
Incredibly tight but otherwise excellent, very secure, friendly staff and easy to find.Matthew
The entrance is actually on Oxford Street. No sign inside the carpark indicated parking via Your Parking Space also in operation. Other than these, it is a safe place to use during the day time. The surrounding area might not be very safe at night to walk about.Guojin
Absolutely perfect for my requirements. Secure, easy to find and right next to the venue I needed to be at and a fraction of the price of other car parks.Sally
Convinientally located and easy to find off the A38. Used it to walk to villa park (took about 30mins as don't mind walking). Value for money and would use again.Paresh