LONDON, England – Britons have made a record £24-million in 2019 by renting their empty driveway to vehicle users needing somewhere to park More than 200 empty driveways and spaces were registered every single day with Your Parking Space.co.uk and the the latest research from online parking portal YourParkingSpace.co.uk also reveals that it has been… Continue reading Making private profits from parking: UK deals booming
Big savings on street and parkade slot rentals Extra income for inner-city homeowners More than a million commuters have signed-up LONDON, England – The popularity i the UK of renting space on private driveways has soared in recent years as commuters seek to save cash on expensive inner-city parking. YourParkingSpace.co.uk reports that bookings more than… Continue reading UK drivers steering away from High Street parking high prices
Government review could ban it across UK About 10% regularly park on a pavement Only illegal in London – Scotland is pressing ahead LONDON, England – Millions of UK car commuters who park overnight on the pavements close to their often terraced homes could be forced to change the way they park. At present, website… Continue reading Pavement parking: Millions of Brits could be ‘evicted’
Earn R17 000 a year for doing nothing Parking premium makes driveways desirable 25 000 people rented their driveway in 2017 LONDON, England – Property owners – at least in Britain but why not in South Africa? – can boost their income as a wage squeeze there worsens. In 2017, apparently, 25 000 house driveways… Continue reading Driveway parking: How’d you like to earn R17 000 a year?
UK price inflation reaching five-year high Rent out parking in your suburban driveway How retirees can make ends meet. LONDON, England – The 2017 Budget recently released in the UK apparently did little to help retirees and pensioners so an internet service is offering a novel way to get some cash. It could also work… Continue reading Parking ‘money tree’ online for SA pensioners too?
London parking slot on market for equivalent of R7.7-million That’s 77% more than the average UK house price One in central Manhattan sold for R15-million LES STEPHENSON LONDON, England – Just how far will the very rich go, pricewise, to find a few sqare metres of Earth’s surface near their (probably very luxurious) central city… Continue reading Want a ticket to park? How about R15-million for a slot?