Birmingham is the UK’s foremost regional centre for international business
Birmingham is the most popular UK destination for 30-65 year olds moving out of London
Committed infrastructure investment
Direct destinations from Birmingham Airport every day
New jobs created in the past 3 years
The highest ranking UK regional city as a place to live and visit*
Companies including over 1,500 international firms
Europe’s youngest city with 40% under 25 years
*2014/2016 Mercer Quality of Life Index
Snowhill is at the centre of the CBD where the very best national retailers and restaurants sit alongside thriving independents, offering fantastic amenity for staff.
In the last few years, a number of bar and restaurants have opened, adding to Birmingham’s extensive offering, which already boasts more Michelin star restaurants than any city outside of London – two a short walk from Snowhill.
To A38 - 1 minutes
To M6 - 3 minutes
Via rail from Birmingham New Street 9 minutes
Snowhill is on the
No. 7, 22, 23, 24, 29, 46
bus routes and will be on the new Sprint network
To Birmingham New Street
Staff at Snowhill have immediate access to the city’s excellent amenities – sandwich bars, coffee shops and three supermarkets opposite the Estate on Colmore Row.
Ease of access for visitors, clients and staff is critical for modern businesses. Snowhill has unparalleled connectivity, being accessible directly off the A38M, three miles from Junction 6 of the M6 motorway at the heart of the UK motorway network. As well as on site basement car parking, the scheme is within 100m of over 2,000 public car parking spaces.
Occupiers of the Snowhill Estate are even better served by public transport, with Snowhill mainline station next door and a Metro tram stop next to Three Snowhill. Metro already links Snowhill to Wolverhampton and Birmingham New Street and will extend to the suburbs of Edgbaston and the new HS2 station at Curzon, and eventually to Birmingham airport direct. Eight bus services stop directly outside the Queensway entrances to 1–3 Snowhill and ‘Sprint’ – a rapid transit bus service – is also proposed for late 2018.