Based in Central Birmingham
Birmingham is well known as the largest local authority in Europe its centre is around Victoria Square. Overlooking the central statues and fountains of Victoria and Chamberlain Squares are the Council House and Museum and Art Gallery, much of the central area isn’t easily accessible to conventional courier, delivery is made more efficient using bike courier.
To the East of centre, around St Philip’s Square and Snow Hill Station are the central business and legal districts where a lot of our courier document and package delivery clients are located, bordering this is central Birmingham Aston University to the east and commercial areas of Corporation St, High St and one of the UK’s busiest shopping areas the Bullring centre to the south.
Cycle4u’s courier base is next to here in Digbeth, a busy industrial and creative community from which many of our central courier delivery runs originate. Alongside the transport links of Moor Street, Birmingham central Coach Station and the proposed location of the HS2 terminus is the nearby cultural centre of the Custard Factory, Eastside Park and Millenium Point.
Northwest of Cycle4u’s courier base is New Street station, under redevelopment until 2015 which includes another major retail centre joining the nearby Mailbox. The rear of the Mailbox surrounds Gas Street basin, part of the 35 miles of Birmingham canal network, plenty of delivery routes only available to a bike courier or a barge courier! Following the path northwards takes you into or underneath the city’s main entertainment district of Broad Street, alongside Centenary Square where the ICC, new Library of Birmingham and REP Theatre are located.
The modern canal side development of Brindley Place is a busy centre for our courier delivery clients with its high concentration of businesses, restaurants and bars as well as the National Sea Life Centre. Completing the circuit of our central Birmingham delivery network by canal or road in the northeast direction takes you into the historical jewellery quarter still a thriving area for jewellery and creative enterprise with an urban village feel and a recommended entertainment area around the peaceful St Paul’s Square.