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Venue Information

Directions

The Eastside Rooms, Birmingham has all the facilities you would expect from a modern event venue and is centrally located making it easily accessible from all forms of transport.

If you wish to attend the conference and have any special requirements regarding audio-visual needs or accessibility please do not hesitate to contact us at info@lcnuk.org

There is a variety of accommodation within close proximity to the venue.

The Eastside Rooms
2 Woodcock Street, Birmingham, B7 4BL

Directions

By Air

The Eastside Rooms is located 10 miles from Birmingham International Airport. There is a direct train from Birmingham International Station to New Street Station, which is just a 10 to 15-minute walk or a short taxi ride from the venue.

By Rail

The nearest train station is Birmingham Moor Street, located around a 12-minute walk away. Upon leaving the station, turn right and follow the road along Moor Street Queensway. At the crossroads, continue straight on Jennens Road and the venue is located on Woodcock Street, which is left off Jennens Road.

From New Street Station, follow the exit signs for Moor Street Station (approximately a five-minute walk) then follow the above directions. 

By Bus

The closest bus stops for routes into the city are located along Moor Street Queensway, a short walk from The Eastside Rooms. 

By Car

Located in the heart of Eastside, the venue is closely linked to the Midlands motorway network, with the M6, M42 and M5 all in close proximity. Sat Nav postcode is B7 4BL

Car Parking

The nearest car park to the venue is Millennium Point Multi Storey, located off Howe Street, B4 7AP. The car park is open seven days a week from 6am to midnight, with the option to leave cars overnight. See car park website for up to date charges.

Alternatively, parking can also be found at Aston University. The car park is located off Holt Street, B7 4BH, and is open seven days a week from 6am to 10pm with gates locked overnight. See car park website for up to date charges.

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