Birmingham Business Park – The Most Established Business Park in the Midlands

Amenities at Birmingham Business Park. Offices available to let,

Opening Times
7.30am - 3.00pm Monday-Friday
4320 waterside centre
Tel – 0121 788 1313

Express Cafe NOW OPEN! next to Pane e Caffe - 11.00am - 2.00pm Monday - Friday - Takeway only


twitter - @pane_caffe

Pane E Caffe

Lunches to your office door at Birmingham Business Park

M&S Catering

The Coffee Run




Amenities at Birmingham Business Park. Offices available to rent.

Opening Times

Monday - Friday  7.30am - 3.30pm


Newspapers,magazines,stamps,chilled lunches, sundries etc

Tel 0121 770 8117

WHSmith Newsagent

New nursery at Birmingham Business Park offering childcare to office park tenants

Wiggles & Giggles Day Nursery - High quality childcare from birth to five years old. 

For more information or to enquire about admissions visit:

4360 Waterside Centre, Birmingham Business Park, Solihull Parkway, B37 7YN.

contact - 07825 082 937

Wiggles & Giggles - Day Nursery

Dry cleaning available at Birmingham Business Park

Dry Cleaning/ Launder & Press shirt service - unit 4350 Waterside Centre. - 0121 779 6398

Monday - Friday - 8.30am - 5.30pm

Shirtcraft - Dry Cleaners

Foodie Friday at Birmingham Business Park, the most established office park in the Midlands

We are the home of the "Foodie Friday" - last Friday of the month - Main Lake - 11.00am - 2.00pm, a variety of food carts catering for vegetarian, vegan, gluten free requirements.


Friday 25th May - Main Lake - 11.00am - 2.00pm


Enjoy the Deckchairs, Table Tennis, Giant Jenga & Connect 4!

Foodie Friday

Every Wednesday - 11.00am - 2.00pm Main Lake - with Mr Jerk - all your caribbean favourites

West Indies Wednesday

Food carts at Birmingham Business Park – check our Twitter

Please check twitter @birmingham_bp for the foodie carts on the day - during June, July and August 2018

Pop up Thursdays - Food Carts

Every Tuesday  - 1.15pm - 1.45pm

To Book contact Beren -



Waterside Centre - Tuesday 17th April 2018

Midday - 2.00pm - "Challenge your fellow colleagues to the best distance in a minute - Watt Bike Challenge - £3.00 entry - all proceeds to BBP charity of the Year - Meriden Adventure Playground

More Watt Bike Challenge dates coming soon...

Watt Bikes

Project Business Elevator - Thursday 31st May 2018 Time 11.00am - 3.00pm - Park Management Office

FREE Drop in sessions - Training Needs analysis to help grow your business via Solihull College and University Centre to support Small, Medium enterprises.  For more information contact -

Business Elevator

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What's in the Area

Asda close to Birmingham Business Park
Resorts World Birmingham close to Birmingham Business Park
Genting Arena close to Birmingham Business Park
Stonebridge close to Birmingham Business Park
Wyevale close to Birmingham Business Park
NEC close to Birmingham Business Park

Health & Fitness at Birmingham Business Park

Massage the Senses - Jane Miller - Every Monday

£12 per 15 minute session - Back/Neck/Shoulder Massage.

To book please contact


Park Management Office -  By appointment only

Massage the Senses

Fitness classes at Birmingham Business Park

Nicola Holmes


Every Wednesday and Friday 12:30pm - 1:30pm - £3.50 each session

Every Wednesday 6.15pm - 7.00pm - £3.50 each session

Body Conditioning

Every Wednesday - 5.15pm - 6.00pm - £3.50 each session

contact for more information


Outdoor Gym Club coming soon - June 2018 

Outdoor Gym Club

Walkers club at Birmingham Business Park

"Wednesday Walkers Club" at BBP

Every Wednesday - meet at 4225 Park Management Office - midday for a stroll around the lakes, woodland walk and return to 4225. 

We look forward to seeing you all.

Walkers Club

Games at Birmingham Business Park

Table Tennis, Giant Jenga and Connect 4 all located by the Main Lake (rear of Waterside) bats and balls to hire FREE via the Park Management Office - 0121 717 7000 option 1

Outdoor Games

Fitness classes at Birmingham Business Park

Yoga and mindfulness at Birmingham Business Park

Health and wellbeing at Birmingham Business Park

Health Exchange - regular sessions at Birmingham Business Park 

Regular meetings with your Health Trainer to make changes to your lifestyle with on going support. Also FREE diabetes checks.

e mail - to book

Free Help with quitting smoking in 2018

for more info -

Health Exchange

Cycle Club at Birmingham Business Park

We are proud at BBP to have our very own active "Community Cycling Club". We meet once a month to discuss how we can improve cycling activities and engage with cyclists at all levels.

Next "BBP CCC" - Thursday 7th June - midday - Park Management Office

Please contact for more details.

Cycling Community Club

Gym equipment at Birmingham Business Park

Located by the main lake, 5 machines from chest press, bench press and more!


No need to book, just turn up! 

Outdoor Gym

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Health & Fitness

Environmental Initiatives

Bird Life

The woodland walk is an ideal environment for many birds to nest and feed, a multitude of birds are catered for here, either within the trees or hedges providing natural nesting sites or via the 31 bird boxes we have placed around the site, we provide and maintain a landscape to be sympathetic to the bird life, ensuring berry’s are left on shrubs for food, and leaving nesting material available.

As such the Park is rich in many varieties of bird’s from the well known Robin to rarer breeds such as Goldcrest and Siskin.

Some of the birds you may see along the woodland walk include:
Goldfinch, Siskin, Robin, Blue Tit, Thrush, Goldcrest, Heron and Woodpecker


The Woodland walk is managed to promote natural flowers, in recent years we have aided this by planting foxgloves, oxeye daisy’s and Cowslips, we also sow an annual flower seed mix on the edge of the Woodland walk next to the gate by the road to give a blaze of colour through the Spring, Summer and Autumn. A careful balance of plant life is maintained to promote seasonal interest, habitats and food sources, the grass and natural meadow flowers are cut to the ground in late Autumn, bulbs are left to naturally drift and when they have finished flowering we leave them to allow there nutrients to return back into the bulb.

Plants and flowers are a key part of natures eco system, providing food, pollen, habitat and colour to the natural world, they also play a key role in our everyday lives, did you know; Recent studies have shown that grass is one of the best materials to offset carbon emissions.

80% of all medicinal drugs come from plants. There are approximately 352,000 different flowering plants in the world, currently 25% of these face extinction in the next 20years. The smallest flowering plant in the world is the Wolffia Angusta, its so small you can pass it through the eye of a sewing needle.

The largest flower in the Uk is said to have been grown at the Eden Project, the flower of the Titan Arum reached 2.97m tall. Around ¼ of the worlds land is covered in grassland.


Hedges Our native hedgerows provide an important source of shelter and food for wildlife, in the past 50 years nearly half of the native hedgerows in the UK have disappeared. The hedges within the woodland walk give a screen and offer a corridor for animals and insects to thrive.

Our hedges are all native species containing;
Hawthorn, Blackthorn, Holly, Rose, Elder and Buckthorn

This variety of planting gives a great range of food from berries and flowers and provides a nesting site for birds such as The Thrush and Robin.

In 2011 we installed a series of new hedgerows in the woodland walkway with some 3,000 small shrubs and trees planted, staked and protected from rabbits, over the coming years the hedge will flourish and come to provide a strong backdrop for the Woodland walkway. During the time of planting this new hedgerow we also “laid” the older hedgerow located on the Northern Woodland walk, this hedge was nearing 40 years old, this traditional style of hedge creation used previously to aid in agricultural stock control will ensure the hedgerow continues to present a welcoming place for our wildlife

Log Piling

Along the walk we have placed 8 Log habitat piles all created from timber following essential tree maintenance on Birmingham Business Park. Each pile has been created by submerging logs into the ground, and securing them in place with stakes and wire, the piles have also been planted with Ivy, which, in time, will grow over the piles to provide increased provisions for further animals, insects, amphibians and birdlife to inhabit them.

Plenty of wildlife makes it’s home in decaying timber and other animals use it as a source of food, wood falls naturally in the wild, and many species have adapted to use this habitat, obviously leaving wood scattered about presents many issues in a modern and busy environment such as the business park, as such these man made piles have been created to simulate a natural occurrence in the wild. Many species inhabit log piles, below are a few you may see on your walk;
Violet Ground Beetle, Stag Beetle, Common Toad, Harvestman Spider, Earwigs and House Mice.


As you stroll through the woodland walk, you will be walking beneath the canopies of our Oak tree’s, the trees range between 80-100 years old, and where planted by the original landowner before the idea of Business Parks had even been considered!

As with all things of a certain age and to ensure the trees are kept in good order, we carry out regular maintenance to the trees on the Business Park, the trees are also surveyed on a by-annual basis by a qualified Arbourist, this can lead to the occasional dead limb being removed, or damage from wildlife and high winds calling for repair, due to this level of management the Oak trees within the Woodland walk will last for many more years to come.

We also have a number of Horse Chestnut trees in the Walk, which provide the site occupiers with an abundance of Conkers in the Autumn. The Latin names of the trees are;
Oak – Quercus Robur
Horse Chestnut – Aesculus hippocastanum

Species List

We have a number different species of animals residing in and round the park's lake including but not limited to:
Carp, Golden Orfe, Rudd, Herons, Geese and Moorhens

In addition to this there are a number of plants such as:
Iris, Bulrush, Elodea, Water Lily and Storwort


Birmingham Business Park Cycling Community Club

Birmingham Business Park Cycling Community Club

April 11 2018

Birmingham Business Park Cycling Community Club - April Newsletter


Following on from previous successful cycling specific fun days and challenges we're glad to annonce our next 'big day' will be held at the Waterside Pagoda on Tuesday 17th April. 

Activities will include the following: 


Building on the previous incarnations of this evenet we're glad to announce that the Watt Bike Challenge is returning to Birmingham Business Park. Simply turn up between 12pm and 2pm and record the best distance you can pedal in 1 minute....

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The Hub - Creating Europe’s Best Connected Destination for Leisure, Living and Business

The Hub - Creating Europe’s Best Connected Destination for Leisure, Living and Business

March 15 2018

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Monthly Event: May 2018

Birmingham Business Park ready for May!

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