A2B

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AcronymDefinition
A2BAdministration to Business
A2BAnti-Two-Block
A2BAccess to Birmingham (scholarship program; est. 2000; University of Birmingham; UK)
A2BAccess to Business (educational program)
A2BAdministration-to-Broker
A2BAverage to Benchmark
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"The location of the village is great - we both travel for work and enjoy easy access to Birmingham Airport, Coventry Railway Station and the motorway network.
Liam, a former student at CTC Kingshurst Academy, was the first person in 18 years to go to medical school from his sixth form thanks to the Access to Birmingham course - a programme for helping disadvantaged students access higher education.
ISituated in Hopwood, Alvechurch, this property is ideal for those who want to enjoy countryside living with easy access to Birmingham for work or leisure.
The property is situated in a core Midlands distribution location with connectivity to the M6 motorway for access to Birmingham and Manchester Airports, the port of Liverpool in the North West and the port of Avonmouth in the South West.
Recently introduced direct services from Milton Keynes, Coventry and Birmingham International to the North West and Scotland must also be retained as these have provided opportunities for new national connections including better access to Birmingham Airport.
The new logistics park is close to the A45, A14 and the M1 motor ways that provide better access to Birmingham, London and Manchester.
YET more questions about High Speed Two, which I am pleased to see, but there still appears to be no answer to the obvious question - how is making access to Birmingham in 20 minutes from London going to help any of us in the North East?
Centrally located and with easy access to Birmingham City Centre and Edgbaston Cricket Ground, the Clarion Collection Birmingham hotel provides business and leisure travellers with a perfect base to conduct business in the Midlands and explore the many nearby tourist attractions.
They have been successful in operating flights from smaller airports like Gloucester which lies near the M5 motorway allowing easy access to Birmingham and Bristol.
Access to Birmingham Register Office in Broad Street will be available at all times, via Suffolk Street Queensway into Holliday Street.
Connectivity in the area will be enhanced through improvements to Lea Hall railway station, particularly addressing parking issues, while Meadway is another eastern city destination to benefit from the Metro extension providing better access to Birmingham Airport, the National Exhibition Centre and the new HS2 interchange.
This core logistics location has excellent connectivity to the M6 motorway for access to Birmingham and Manchester city airports and the port of Liverpool.
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