Gas Street L1

Gas Street Moorings are situated in the heart of Birmingham and are perfectly positioned to access the City's many leisure and cultural attractions.

Boaters can enjoy a wealth of cruising options from the site in virtually all directions. To the south, the historic sites of Warwick and Stratford Upon Avon can easily be reached in a few days. To the north, boaters can explore the changing rural landscapes of the West Midlands and Staffordshire.

Moorings are against floating pontoons with mooring cleats which provide space for up to 16 vessels.

Nearest Road

To reach the site, head towards Birmingham city centre until you arrive at the Five Ways Island. Then take the A456 towards the city centre and turn right into Gas Street.

Nearest Station

Birmingham New Street

Nearest Town


Additional Information

Shower and toilet facilities are located next to the Cambrian Wharf office, at the top of Farmers Bridge Flight Locks, which is a quarter of a mile north of the site. Elsan facilities are provided specifically for customers next to the site at Gas Street.

Metered electric hook up is available. Electricity is provided through Smart Meters where payment is made via an on-line portal.

The nearest diesel, laundry and pump out facilities are at Sherbourne Wharf, approximately one mile west.

Keys are required for access and berth holders purchase keys from the Mooring Support Staff for a refundable deposit of £50. A valid receipt is required for a refund. Please telephone Customer Services on 0303 040 4040.

IMPORTANT NOTES: All boats moor stern end on at this mooring site. Council tax is applicable for this mooring and is paid to the local authority. It is the responsibility of the berth holder to contact the local authority about the residential status when the mooring is accepted. There is no car parking available on this site.

Worcester & Birmingham Canal
Car Parking
None/Public Road
Facilities Block
Gated Access
Site Specific Key
Pontoon Type
Floating with Timber Surface
Viewing Arrangements

The site can be seen from the towpath opposite but access to the site must be arranged with the mooring manager.