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Pall Mall, Mayfair & More - ParkBee's New Prime Locations Now Available For Rent

11 July 2017 11:15

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ParkBee, the technology startup transforming the way we park in cities, has acquired a limited number of parking spaces in London's most sought-after areas. Due to the demand in these areas, ParkBee has decided to let these spaces out on a month-by-month basis to whoever is first to nab them.

A large part of ParkBee's mission is to always price at least 30% lower than any other local tariff, and there is no exception with these new spaces. For the people who need to use their car regularly, it is usually impossible to even find a space in the likes of Pall Mall or Mayfair, let alone being able to afford the fare when you find it.

A rented, guaranteed parking space(s) is the perfect option for individuals or companies who'd like to ensure their staff or visitors can park safely and securely nearby.

So, where are the spaces and how much are they?

Covent Garden - Long Acre - 2 spaces - £350.00 pcm
Pall Mall - 2 spaces - £370.00 pcm
St Paul's - 4 spaces - £180.00 pcm
Mayfair - 8 spaces - £490.00 pcm
Ealing - 7 spaces - £100.00 pcm
Victoria - 8 spaces - £260.00 pcm
Chancery Lane - 3 spaces - £220.00 pcm
Southwark - 15 spaces - £95 pcm
Edgware - 40 spaces - £60 pcm
Farnborough - 40 spaces - £50 pcm

These, especially the prime locations, won't be around for long, so we encourage anyone interested in renting them to get in touch with us as soon as possible via phone - 0203 034 1178 or email supportuk@parkbee.com.


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Ariana Alexander-Sefre

Marketing Manager

Tel: +447958491107

Email: a.alexander@parkbee.com


About ParkBee

Most major cities have parking issues; it is usually difficult and unaffordable to find a decent parking spot. However, there are plenty of private car parks in great locations, sitting vacant for long periods of time, that are not accessible for public use.

These include private office car parks, hotel car parks, shopping centres and private plots of land sitting in locations with high parking demand. These are the types of sites that could join the sharing economy, making parking better for the public, better for the environment as congestion is lowered, and also bringing the site owner a good extra income.

ParkBee has developed smart technology that opens up these private car parks to the public, making the parking experience seamless and more affordable.

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