off-street parking


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off-street parking

[ˌɒfstriːtˈpɑːkɪŋ] Naparcamiento m or estacionamiento m fuera de la vía pública
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Councillor Rose Martin, for the Paddock ward, said there was no off-street parking and access was getting "exceedingly difficult".
IWith gardens and off-street parking, there is also an entrance porch, lounge, kitchen with tiled floor, conservatory which can be utilised as a spacious dining room, two bedrooms, the second with a storage cupboard, and a family bathroom.
[ClickPress, Mon Oct 08 2018] Persistence Market Research presents pertinent insights and a revised forecast of the global off-street parking management system market in its published report titled, "Off-Street Parking Management Systems Market: Global Industry Analysis 2012 -- 2016 and Forecast 2017 -- 2025".
(NYSE: CNDT) has agreed to sell its off-street parking business, including the France and UK-based Conduent Multipark System in France and the UK, along with its US airport parking business, to France-based investment firm Andera Partners, the company said.
5 THE PARKING PREMIUM In places where parking is limited, off-street parking is likely to add value.
The properties share off-street parking and other amenities, all within walking distance of downtown employment centers, healthcare, retail and mass transportation.
Parkopedia has signed a pan European deal with Coyote to provide premium on-street and off-street parking information (including real time availability) across the Coyote suite of products forms part of the agreement.
INRIX Inc., a company involved in connected car services and location analytics, is offering an Off-Street Parking service for the Mercedes-Benz C-Class and S-Classes in Europe and the United States.
A front garden can add considerable value to your home if it's turned into off-street parking, especially in expensive urban areas.
Nor will you if the off-street parking is constructed to allow rainwater to drain to a border or lawn.
If you live in a maisonette or flat, it doesn't have PD rights, so you'll have to apply for planning permission for off-street parking. The same goes if your house has had its PD rights removed by an Article 4 direction, which often happens in conservation areas.