We have a range of vehicles for hire including short wheelbase (SWB), long wheelbase (LWB) vans as well as Citroen Relay and Ford Luton vehicles. [read more]
How to find us
- Monday to Friday 8am – 6pm
- Saturday 9am – 5pm
- Sunday 10am – 4pm
Pick up or ReturnPLEASE NOTE THAT THE LAST PICKUP OR RETURN OF VEHICLES IS HALF HOUR BEFORE CLOSING TIME
Before 1841, Bleak Heath or Blake Heath was a small group of farm houses and inns on the turnpike road from Oldbury to Halesowen, within Rowley Regis. The changes brought about by the industrial revolution led to a Private Act in June that year that allowed the sale of the Rowley Regis glebe lands in order to finance the building of a new vicarage.
The land was purchased by developers who, throughout the remainder of the 19th century, expanded Blackheath as a dormitory town for the surrounding industries, in particular, the coal mine at Coombes Wood and the Hailstone quarry. Workers migrated to Blackheath from across England and particularly from Wales until the town and its neighbours grew to form the existing conurbation with nearby Birmingham. (source: Wikipedia)