Our office address is:
White House, 111 New Street, Birmingham, B2 4EU
There are three rail stations within walking distance of White House. The nearest station is New Street on the West Coast Main Line.
There are two main exits from New Street. The quickest way to our offices is to exit the platform at the ‘B’ end of the platform, then follow the exit signs to Victoria Square. At the exit to the station turn right onto Navigation Street, then after 10 metres cross the road and turn left up Lower Temple Street (pedestrianised). At the top of Lower Temple Street, Tesco is in front of you with Thomson travel agents to the left. The entrance to White House is to the left of Thomson on New Street.
If leaving New Street from the main concourse: exit through the ticket barriers and take the escalators up to the Pallasades shopping centre. Turn left, and left again following the edge of The Foot Locker. Then turn right, following the signs for the Jewellery Quarter. Exit the Pallasades down the ramp, and at the bottom turn left crossing the road into New Street. Waterstones will be on your left. Continue along New Street for 100 metres. Tesco will be on your right and Thomson on your left immediately following the junction of New Street with Lower Temple Street. The entrance to White House is adjacent to Thomson.
Other rail stations:
Moor Street station and Snow Hill station are both on the Chiltern Main Line and are roughly a five minute walk from our offices. Snow Hill station is also the terminus for the Midland Metro light rail line.
From Moor Street: exit the station by the ticket office and cross both halves of the dual carriageway heading towards the Pavilions building. Then turn left up the green/blue railed stairs / ramp which will bring you to the Bull Ring Square. The Next store is on your left and the Rotunda skyscraper will be in front of you (with Zara beneath it). Go to the right of the Rotunda, turning left up New Street. Continue along New Street for 2-3 minutes until you see Tesco on your right. Opposite Tesco is Thomson travel agents, and the entrance to White House is to the right of Thomson.
From Snow Hill: exit the station past the ticket office which brings you onto Colmore Row. Cross over the road and turn right. After a few metres, enter Cathedral Square park. Walk diagonally though the park keeping the cathedral to your right. Exit the park at the Louis Vuitton exit, and walk down Temple Street until it crosses New Street. In front of you is Thomson travel agents. The entrance to White House is to the right of Thomson.
The most convenient car park to our offices is the Brunel Street multi-storey; for SatNav use B5 4AF.
London and the South East (M40, via M42) - Leave the M40 at junction 3A. Stay in the right-hand lane and join the M42 (signposted the West). Leave the M42 at junction 3 (signposted Birmingham South/Redditch/Evesham), then at the roundabout take the third exit onto the A435 Alcester Road (signposted Birmingham).
Follow the A435 (signposted City Centre) for roughly 8 miles, travelling through the villages of Kings Heath and Moseley until the Haden Circus roundabout at the junction with Belgrave Middleway (A4540). Take the first exit onto the A4540 (signposted Ring Road A38M/M6/M5). Stay in the left hand lane and take the exit up to the roundabout. Go straight on following the signs for Bromsgrove A38. Move into the right hand lane and at traffic lights turn right onto the A38 Bristol Street (signposted City Centre and Bull Ring).
Continue forward through the underpass (signposted Inner Ring Road North/M6/West and M5). After the underpass, branch left and take the exit (signposted Convention Centre and NlA) up to the Paradise Circus Queensway roundabout. Take the fourth exit, coming back on yourself (signposted Inner Ring Road/Solihull A41/Coventry A45) then take the immediate left turn onto Brunel Street. Park in the Brunel Street car park and follow the walking directions below.
London and the South East (M1, via M6) - Leave the M1 at junction 19 (roughly seven miles after the Watford Gap services) and join the M6 (signposted M6 the North West, Coventry (North), Birmingham). Follow the directions below from ‘The North (M6)’.
The South West (M5, via A456 Hagley Road) - Leave the M5 at junction 3 (signposted Birmingham West and Central) then at the roundabout take the third exit onto the A456 Hagley Road (signposted Birmingham). Stay on the A456 for roughly six and a half miles, travelling through Quinton and Edgbaston. At the Five Ways roundabout stay on the A456 and take the underpass leading on to Broad Street and into Birmingham city centre.
Roughly 800m on your left you will pass the Symphony Hall and Convention Centre. At the end of Broad Street you will join the Paradise Circus Queensway roundabout. Take the third exit (signposted inner Ring Road/Solihull A41/Coventry A45) then take the immediate left turn onto Brunel Street. Park in the Brunel Street car park and follow the walking directions below.
The North (M6) - Leave the M6 at junction 6 (signposted Birmingham East and Central) then join the A38(M) Aston Expressway. Continue onto the A38 (signposted City Centre/Bromsgrove) into Birmingham city centre. Stay on the A38 and enter the St. Chads Queensway underpass (signposted Bromsgrove) then branch left (signposted Convention Parking) merging onto the A38. Immediately in front of you is the Paradise Circus Queensway roundabout. At the roundabout take the first exit (signposted Inner Ring Road, Solihull A41, Coventry A45) onto Suffolk Street Queensway and then immediately left onto Brunel Street. Park in the Brunel Street car park and follow the walking directions below.
Walking from Brunel Street car park
Exit this red painted multi-storey car park at the southern side onto Navigation Street, turn left and walk along Navigation Street, crossing over Hill Street, Pinfold Street and then Stephenson Street. Turn immediately left up Lower Temple Street (pedestrianised). The entrance to White House is on New Street next to Thomson on the left hand side.
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