The Birmingham skyline redefined
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Favourably located at the heart of the UK’s connectivity infrastructure, Birmingham benefits from unrivalled connections to key regions throughout the country, as well as providing quick international links via its airport. The city also benefits from the new HS2, offering journey times to London in less than 50 minutes. New Street and Snow Hill stations are both just three minutes walk away, and the newly extended Metro unlocks other areas of the city. By road, Birmingham is the hub of the UK’s motorway network, with the M5, M6, M40 and M42 all readily accessible.
|Bristol||1hr 24 mins|
|Leeds||1hr 57 mins|
|London Euston (New St)||1hr 21 mins|
|London Marylebone (Snow Hill)||1hr 43 mins|
|Manchester||1hr 29 mins|
|Nottingham||1hr 09 mins|
HS2: A high speed revelation
High Speed Two (HS2) is the new high speed railway connecting eight out of ten of the UK’s largest cities. With 25 stations, it will vastly improve connectivity between the North, the Midlands and the South, cutting many journeys by half. Sitting at the heart of the high speed rail network Birmingham’s new Curzon Street Station will be one of the most environmentally friendly stations in world when complete and will have nine trains per hour running in each direction.
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Just six miles away, Birmingham Airport is easily accessible from 103. Handling over 12 million passengers in 2019, the airpoirt offers direct flights to destinations across Europe and beyond, with easy connections to the US, Asia and the rest of the world. Over £300m has been invested in the airport over the past decade, providing world class facilities and state-of-the-art infrastructure. It was named as the best large airport in the UK outside of London in Which? Travel Magazine’s 2019 Annual Airport Survey.
and enjoy the local life
and enjoy the local life
103 is more than just Birmingham’s tallest office building. The day-to-day hustle and bustle within represents an opportunity for organisations, and individuals alike, to build new relationships and be a part of a wider community. A busy hub for socialising in and around work, numerous breakout and communal areas encourage social interaction, bringing together people from wide range of backgrounds and disciplines, enabling new avenues of thought and fresh perspectives.