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Harold Wood is one of the suburbs in London and it is in the London Borough of Havering. It has a total population of around 12,650 people and it is approximately 16 miles away from Charing Cross. The area has several bus routes that run to various places in London. The local station is Harold Wood railway station, the closest tube stations are Hornchurch and Elm Park and these are on the District Line.
With YourParkingSpace you can reserve parking in Harold Wood, such as parking for the day, good value overnight car parking, or a space on a monthly basis. By pre-booking you guarantee yourself a parking space & also save a significant amount of cash when compared to many car parks.
If you own an empty driveway space, underground parking spot, or even a lock-up garage in Harold Wood then you could be earning money via putting it up for rent. Garages and parking spaces in Harold Wood are in demand, such as daily parking spots for visitors to Harold Wood or local residents and commuters in need of long-term car parking.
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Latest Harold Wood parking reviews
Excellent - thanks. Easy to find and good instructions.Nick
Easy to find, good pub, brisk walk to ground - England win!Timothy
Great parking space, easy to park, close to hospital about a 10mins walk and owner was very helpful.Claire
Easy to find using Sat Nav and within 10 mins walk of the Tube. Very good parking spot and will use again.Pete
Super simple to find. 12 min walk max to Twickenham Gate D. Lots of contact from owner, v friendly & helpful. Will use againJoseph
Great location. Easy to find. All okSam
Great communication and easy parking walking distance to stadium. ThanksGraham