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Birmingham Research Park, 97 Vincent Drive, Birmingham B15 2SQ.
How to get here
The Birmingham Research Park is 4 miles from Birmingham City Centre, adjacent to the University of Birmingham campus and the new Queen Elizabeth Hospital. It is easily accessible by rail, road and air.
The easiest way to get to the Birmingham Research Park is by train to University station. Trains to University station leave Birmingham New Street every 10-15 minutes.
Exit University station and turn right. Cross the pelican crossing and turn right onto the footpath on Vincent Drive. After passing the NHS Blood and Transplant building, the Research Park is on your right. When you see the Birmingham Research Park signs, turn right into the park. Sign in at the Birmingham Research Park reception, which is in the grey brick BioHub building.
Bus numbers 48, 84, 98 and X64 stop at the University stop on Vincent Drive, which is close to the University train station.
With the University train station on your right, walk up Vincent Drive. After passing the NHS Blood and Transplant building, the Research Park is on your right. When you see the Birmingham Research Park signs, turn right into the park. Sign in at the Birmingham Research Park reception, which is in the grey brick BioHub building.
Buses from all over the city stop at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Interchange, which is nearby.
If you are using satnav, please use the postal address – 97 Vincent Drive - as your destination. The postcode alone covers a wide area and Vincent Drive is a long road.
Birmingham Research Park is accessible via the A38. Follow the signs to Selly Oak and exit at the sign for the QE Hospital.
After exiting the A38, follow signs to ‘NHS Blood and Transplant’, go straight on at the first roundabout, and then past the Hospital on your left (University train station will be on your right). The road you are now on is Vincent Drive and the Birmingham Research Park is on the right after the NHS Blood and Transplant building.
Please sign yourself and your car in at the Birmingham Research Park reception, which is in the grey brick BioHub building.
The nearest airport is Birmingham International. The journey by taxi from the airport takes approximately half an hour. Alternatively, Air-Rail Link provides a free, fast connection between the airport terminals and Birmingham International train station.
Birmingham International train station has frequent services to New Street station in the city centre. From New Street station there are trains every 10-15 minutes to University station.