City centre housing development provides parking for hospital staff

Dandara Living offering up free car parking spaces to Birmingham’s NHS workers.

The UK’s leading Build to Rent developer, Dandara Living, is providing up to 150 free car parking spaces for Birmingham’s NHS workers at its Aston Place development.

Located on Suffolk Street Queensway, Aston Place is less than a mile from Birmingham Children’s Hospital and under two miles from Birmingham City Hospital.

As part of its efforts to support the local community and key workers during the Covid-19 lockdown, the built to rent operator is now offering its secure car parking facilities to local NHS workers free of charge.

Carparking can be accessed 24/7 and Dandara Living is offering the spaces during lockdown and for as long as they are not in use by their residents.

Kishor Tahiliani at Dandara Living said: “By offering car parking spaces at Aston Place, we want to show our support for NHS workers who are working tirelessly on the frontline during the current pandemic.

“Our Aston Place development is located in the city centre, ideal for accessing the city’s hospitals and we hope that this will make it easier for doctors, nurses and other NHS staff, commuting into the city in this challenging time.

“At Dandara Living we aim to create thriving big city neighbourhoods and part of this, is supporting the communities where our developments are situated, whether that’s NHS staff or local charities, we want to offer support wherever possible.”

NHS workers wishing to reserve a free car parking space can fill out a quick application form here.

Aston Place is a development of 324 brand new furnished studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments all available to rent, across two blocks and 24 stories. The apartments are located at Birmingham’s Arena Central development, which overlooks Centenary Square, one of the city’s key public spaces and home to the Library of Birmingham. It is just a short walk from Birmingham New Street Station.

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