The International Convention Centre
(ICC, Birmingham)Broad St, Birmingham B1 2EA
The Commonwealth Business Forum will be taking place at The ICC, Birmingham.
Access to The ICC for the Commonwealth Business Forum is by invitation only.
Find your route. Chart a course for the future.
We’re at the heart of the West Midlands, one of Britain’s fastest-growing regions. By train, air and rail - our home is well connected to the rest of the country, Europe and the World.
Wherever you’re visiting us from, you’ll be able to make use of our expansive travel connections and a vast selection of accommodation options.
Before you arrive, you should receive an email containing further travel guidance, maps and local travel information to help you find your way around. When you arrive, the event will be signposted and easy to explore.
Please be aware that during the Commonwealth Games there will be some road closures around Birmingham. It is important you check your route before commencing travel.
BY WEST MIDLANDS METRO
The Exchange can be easily accessed by the West Midlands Metro with the Metro station The Library. The station is a two minute walk from The Exchange.
The UK House is located at The Exchange, B1 2DR. There will be no parking onsite at The Exchange.
The nearest car park with designated Blue Badge parking bays is Cambridge Street. To find out more about Blue Badge parking in Birmingham click here.
Alternatively, there is Paradise Circus multi-storey car park, B1 2NB. The closest parking is street parking on Bridge Street.
Click here to find information regarding Birmingham’s clean air zone charges.
The UK House is located a short walk away from Birmingham New Street Station.
Birmingham New Street Station is the main gateway for most people arriving in the city and provides links across all of the UK.
For more information, visit www.nationalrail.co.uk or call them on 08457 484950.
Birmingham Airport serves a multitude of International Destinations across the globe.
On arrival to Birmingham Airport the UK House is easily accessible by a 15-minute train to Birmingham New Street Station or by a 30 -minute car journey.