The ICC Birmingham

8 Centenary Sq, Birmingham B1 2EA

The ICC Birmingham provides a city-centre setting for CYBERUK 2024. This popular and modern conference centre is also accredited to ISO 14001 for environment management systems as part of their commitment to sustainability. Find out more here: Sustainability at the ICC

Read on for details on how to get to the ICC Birmingham, where to stay, and venue accessibility.

Getting here

By plane:

The nearest airport is Birmingham Airport.

Birmingham Airport is directly connected to Birmingham International train station via the free 'Air-Rail Link', which takes approximately 2 minutes.

From Birmingham International train station, take a direct, 10-minute train to Birmingham New Street Station.

By train / local transport:

The nearest train station is Birmingham New Street Station.

From Birmingham New Street, the ICC Birmingham is a 15-minute walk, or a 10-minute tram journey.

The nearest tram stop to the ICC Birmingham is 'Library', on the Edgbaston Village line. The 'Library' stop is a 4-minute walk from the ICC.

By car:

The nearest carpark to the ICC Birmingham is Utilita Arena Birmingham (King Edward’s Road, B1 2AA). 

Mobile payments can be made upon arrival at the Arena car park via, quoting location code 5020.

Staying here

It is recommended that you do not book any travel or accommodation until your application to attend has been approved.

We have secured preferential rates for accommodation around Birmingham for CYBERUK delegates. Once your CYBERUK attendance is confirmed, you will receive access to the delegate Portal, which includes links to event accommodation recommendations and special rates.

Whether you're staying in the heart of the city, or travelling further afield, Birmingham and the West Midlands have an endless selection of luxury, family-friendly, spa, boutique, and budget hotels.

The Portal will provide you with our recommendations but if you would like to explore alternatives, go to the Visit Birmingham website to help plan your stay.


Both the NCSC and the ICC Birmingham are committed to creating events that are inclusive and accessible to all.

It’s important to us that everyone attending CYBERUK has the best possible experience.

Therefore, if you have any queries about accessibility, or special requests, please contact us.

Wheelchair access:
The ICC is accessible to wheelchair users via both ramps and lifts. Tactile signage is also fitted in the majority of lifts.

Assistance dogs:
Assistance dogs are welcome at the ICC; however please be aware that at times, the event may get noisy.

Hearing impairments:
An induction loop system, which can be linked to visitors’ hearing aids, is operated in selected halls at the ICC.

You’ll find unisex, wheelchair-accessible toilets throughout the ICC, located on levels 2 and 3 of the Mall.

Disabled parking:
Blue Badge Parking and accessible parking bays are available in the car parks at our neighbouring sister venue Utilita Arena Birmingham (King Edward’s Road, B1 2AA). For any disability parking issues, call the ICC Birmingham on (+44) 0121 200 2000.

For more information on blue badge parking, public transport guides and more, click here.

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