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Do you live in the area close to London Zoo? Would you like a new way to make more cash and not have to take on a part time job? If you have a place to park that you own but do not use, making more money is easier than you think. Hundreds of the visitors to London Zoo want to be able to drive to the attraction, but don’t want the stress of searching for somewhere to park.
Parking in the London Zoo area usually means having to pay high charges in a pay and display car park. This is not only costly, but many of the car parks have opening hours which means that visitors have to tailor their visit around these. As a result, more drivers want to park in private spaces that have been reserved for them.
At YourParkingSpace there are people looking for London Zoo parking spaces on a daily basis. They want somewhere safe to park that will not cost a small fortune and they want to forget about car park opening hours. So if you would like to cash in advertise your space and sit back as drivers’ book and pay for it in advance.
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Latest London Zoo parking reviews
Very good space. Felt secure as was part of large supermarket car parkRoss
Great , close to camden market and shops .Easy to access and a great idea to make money.Sarah
Good value,Great Location to park, even got my shopping doneDave
No problems. A very handy place to park.Anthony
Very easy to find. Very cheap. Masses of parking spaces and really convenient access down into the market. Handy toilet in Morrisons too. Would use again.Lisa
I would plan to use this space again. Parking was great and easy to get to once you recognised the dis-used police station on Albany St and drove down the side of it (the building has no sign but just looks like you would expect a dis-used police station to look like!). The instructions did say this, and did name the blocks of flats - but the names on the buildings were not immediately clear, and I did not see the name of the gym on the outside f the converted church building it was in.. As I say, it all fitted the instructions, it was just momentary hesitation on my part about whether I had found the right place (I had) - I did stick my head in the door of the church like building (now the gym) and confirmed. I am making more of this than I need to - the instructions were good, the space was good, in a convenient place and I was easily able to park an estate car there.Peter