Our store in Selly Oak provides business and personal storage alongside a range of additional services to people living in and around the Solihull area. With mailboxes, receipt and dispatch, CCTV monitoring, drive-in loading bays, and large vehicle access available– it provides the best self storage solutions in the entire West Midlands region.
Access Self Storage is a simple half hour drive away for Solihull residents. To get here, starting from Manor Square, take the B4025 onto Solihull Lane before transferring to Robin Hood Lane when you reach the third exit at the roundabout. Change to the A4040, then proceed until you reach Harborne Lane – the location of our Selly Oak store.
Solihull’s always a fun place to be – but never more so than during the annual Solihull Carnival in June, where the town’s 94,000 residents turn out for fun, sunshine, and general summer revelry. They’re also avid consumers, buying things from local business owners who’ve set up stalls or arrived from out of town. If you’re one of these entrepreneurs, you might consider renting self storage near Solihull. You won’t need that stand all year, so stash it with us until next time!
Naturally, your business needs to be based elsewhere during the year – and where better than one of Solihull’s two shopping centres, Mell Square and Touchwood? Home to both large brands and small businesses alike, it’s the perfect place for retail outlets of all sizes (and, of course, for consumers with cash burning a hole in their pockets). So if your stockroom is overflowing, our self storage units near Solihull could be the perfect alternative.
Of course, if you’re of a more artistic bent, Solihull has a rich cultural history to draw on. Where else can claim to be the birthplace of folk legend Nick Drake, indie band Ocean Colour Scene, and nineties pop band Five? So if you fancy yourself as Solihul’s next big musical export and need somewhere to store your instruments (or record collection), you might want to think about investing in our storage units near Solihull. They’re also great places to practice (quietly!) if you’re so inclined.