Our Birmingham Central location provides secure, convenient self storage solutions for businesses and individual customers alike. With CCTV-monitored units hosted within a gated and fenced perimeter, it provides a number of additional benefits for all users: receipt and dispatch, lockers, a forklift service, free pallet trucks, and more.
Getting to Access Self Storage Oldbury in central Birmingham is easy: it’s just a 20-minute drive away. Starting from Market St, head straight past the roundabout onto Halesowen Street and the A457. Continue on the A457 until you reach the B4135 at Cranford Street, where you should continue until the right turn onto Winston Green Rd. Change to the B4126, and stay the course until the A4540 at Ladywood Middleway. Continue until you reach the A441 at Stirchley, where you should continue straight up to the left turn onto Sherlock Street. Take it, and you’ll be right near our store.
Oldbury: it’s the epitome of ‘small but mighty’. While there are only 13,000 residents, the accomplishment-to-population-density ratio is very favourable indeed. Take its history of athletic success. Triathlete Jodie Stimpson took home gold at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, and title-challenging ‘70’s boxer Pat Cowdell lives here to this very day. If you’re a sports fan or an aspiring athlete looking to make a bit more space at home, why not consider using Access Self Storage Oldbury to house your memorabilia or gear.
In fact, if you’re athletically inclined, you’ve probably done the famous “Lap of Oldbury” more than once, passing by the town’s local Oldbury Green Retail Park in the process. Home to several local businesses, it’s a great place for a plucky entrepreneur and a curious consumer alike. If you come home loaded with bags all too often and are finding things a bit cluttered at home, consider renting our self storage near Oldbury instead of cramming everything into your wardrobe.
If you’re more into artistic pursuits, Oldbury’s got you covered. As home to instrumentalists and songwriters as diverse as John Frederick Bridge (a long-serving organist at Westminster Abbey) and John Judge, composer of “It’s a Long Way to Tipperary”, British music has long found a home here. But anyone who pursues music, professional or hobbyist, knows how hard it can be to make room for an old cello, a collection of songbooks, or – heaven forbid – a drum kit. Don’t toss anything away: keep it safe at Access Self Storage Oldbury instead.