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Birmingham City offers history, culture, sports, and entertainment. It combines its rich heritage with a modern cosmopolitan atmosphere. Although there is a lot to visit Birmingham for, it is one of the worst cities in Britain to drive in, with small narrow streets, a one-way system, and a chargeable Clean Air Zone. The best tip for driving in Birmingham is to plan well and pre-book your parking.
The Bullring is a popular shopping destination. Adjacent to the Bullring is Grand Central, a modern shopping centre featuring a range of shops, restaurants, and the stunning Grand Central Station. Follow signs for the City Centre to get there and park for the day.
Other highlights worth seeing are the Gas Street Basin, located in the city's historic canal district, the Symphony Hall, Considered one of the finest concert halls in Europe and the new Library of Birmingham: This impressive modern library, located in Centenary Square, is a major landmark. It offers a vast collection of books and exhibition spaces, a panoramic terrace, and stunning city skyline views.
For many people in Birmingham, leasing a car is a more attractive option than buying one outright. Are you looking to find your next lease car and live in Birmingham?
Birmingham's transport plan is to become a super-sized low-traffic neighbourhood. The Clean Air Zone is the area inside the A4540 Middleway Ring Road. It does not include the Middleway itself. It is operational every day, 24 hours a day. You might have to pay to drive inside it.
The area covered by the Clean Air Zone is clearly signposted with road signs showing where it applies. There are no barriers or toll booths.
If your vehicle does not meet emissions standards, you’ll have to pay: (MAY 23)
Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras read the registration plates of vehicles driven in the zone, and these are checked against a vehicle database to confirm whether or not they meet the emission standards of the Clean Air Zone.
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Birmingham’s unique location on the UK’s motorway system means there are a good number of Rapid Chargers located at service stations near Birmingham.
ESB Energy is installing electric vehicle chargers off the motorway in Birmingham in partnership with Birmingham City Council. An initial network of almost 200 fast and rapid chargers (394 charge points) powered by 100% renewable energy is being installed across the city as part of its commitment to improve air quality and cut carbon emissions. Check out ZAPMAP to get the latest list.
Birmingham, UK, is well-connected by various transport links. Here are some of the main transportation options to reach Birmingham:
Parking in Birmingham, UK, can be a mix of on-street and off-street car parks. Here’s some information about parking in Birmingham:
Private Parking ranges from £2-£10 for 2 Hours; use the Parkopedia Website with links to pay in advance.
Council Run City Centre Parking areas include: Dudley Street car park, Great Charles Street car park, Jewellery Quarter multi-storey car park, Millennium Point multi-storey car park, Navigation Street car park, Paradise Circus multi-storey car park, Snow Hill multi-storey car park, Town Hall multi-storey car park.
Park and Ride is a good option with adequate parking and transportation by either tram or bus. Over 700 park-and-ride spaces are across the West Midlands Metro network. Pre Bookable parking spaces are available on the Save-a-Space Website.
Below you can find answers to our most commonly asked questions about car leasing in Birmingham. If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for? Get in touch.