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Lea Hall Business Garage Crossfield Road, Kitts Green, Birmingham, B33 9HS

Key Points

  • Four drive in loading doors
  • 4.7 - 7m eaves height
  • Extensive hard surfaced rear yard area


The premises comprise a former bus garage situated within a main building of brick construction with pitched roofs on light steel trusses. The building has offices and ancillary facilities including stores areas. To the rear is a large self-contained yard area which is fully enclosed.

Situated adjacent to the main building is a stand-alone two storey brick building having previously been used for administrative and welfare facilities including a canteen area as well as a single storey additional stores/plant room area.


Birmingham is centrally located for the Motorway network that serves both North and South, including the M5, M6 and M42.

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Birmingham is set at the heart of the UK motorway network and, on arrival, there are 25,000 car parking spaces to choose from.


Three City Centre rail stations provide fast and frequent connections to both local and national destinations. The largest of these is Birmingham New Street station, with fast and frequent services into London Euston as well as many other towns and cities across the UK. For commuters, there is a new light rail system, the Midland Metro, with frequent services between the City Centre and Wolverhampton, and everywhere in between. Birmingham International services both Birmingham Airport and the National Exhibition Centre.


Birmingham is well served by bus routes, with a huge network linking everyone and everything efficiently.


Birmingham Airport hosts over 50 airlines coming from over 100 destinations, both long haul and short hops, and is easily accessed by road and by rail via Birmingham International station.

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