Getting Here

Our location in Longbridge is easily accessible from across Birmingham and further afield. There is plentiful parking, a train station on the Birmingham Cross City Line as well as several bus routes passing through.

We request that all visitors to Longbridge Device Lab first report to the Innovation Centre reception


For those using sat nav, our postcode B31 2TS is accurate.

There's plenty of parking here at the Innovation Centre but in the event that the car park is full there are two public car parks, both of which are pay-on-departure. We recommend Longbridge Town Centre car park if you'll be here for a short stay (it's free for the first 3 hours) or there's a larger car park just opposite the Innovation Centre on the Bristol Road South which is £3.00 for 24 hours.


Longbridge Train Station is only 5 minutes walk away and has services running every 10 minutes to and from Birmingham New Street. Situated on the Cross City Line, you can catch the train here directly from as far away as Lichfield and Redditch.

From the train station, turn right and walk straight on, cross the road beside The Factory Youth Centre, walk a little further on and then take the path turning right into Longbridge Technology Park. The Innovation Centre is the first building you'll pass and the entrance can be found in the inner corner.


Over 350 buses pass through Longbridge every day, with many services from Birmingham, Bromsgrove, Worcester and surrounding areas.

For a full list of timetables and routes please visit Network West Midlands.


For cycling enthuisiasts Longbridge can be accessed by the Rea Valley Route, a popular cycling route which connects Birmingham City Centre, Cannon Hill Park and King's Norton Park.

There are plenty of bike racks within our secure car park to store your bike during your visit, just remember your own locks!


Here in Longbridge we benefit from a modern new town centre, which which has had £75 million invested in it as part of a wider £1 billion regeneration of Longbridge by St Modwen. For those of us living and working here it's exciting to see the largest regeneration project in the Midlands (and one of the top ten in the UK and top 50 in Europe) come together.

Construction is still underway but there are already numerous restaurants, cafés and shops now trading, with a cinema, gym and more shops due to open in the near future.

While you're here you can visit:

Marks & Spencer Boots Sainsbury's 
Subway Stone Willy's Deli Costa Coffee
The Cambridge Beefeater Grill Poundland
Celebz American Diner Greggs Queen's Fish & Chip Shop
Barnardo's EE ...and more!

For more information about what's happening here in Longbridge visit longbridgebirmingham.co.uk.