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Stirling University was established in 1967 and it can be found in the city of Stirling, Scotland. It is a public university that has around 11,100 students and of this number just over 3,000 are studying at a postgraduate level. The main campus is two miles from the city centre and set in the heart of 330 acres and has its own swimming pool, golf course and Atrium.
On YourParkingSpace you are able to book car parking near Stirling University, including a parking space for the day, affordable overnight car parking, or parking long-term. Through booking online you guarantee yourself a parking space & also save a lot of money in the process.
If you own an unused driveway space, underground parking spot, or secure lock-up by Stirling University then you could be earning money via putting it up for rent. All types of parking spaces near Stirling University can be let out, for example daily parking spots for people visiting Stiling University or local residents and commuters who require long-term car parking.
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Great space, location & owner is really helpful. Used this space for work, a parking is limited & restricted in the area (Time wise) Definitely recommend this space/ownerGail
Easy to find and park in this secure car park. Very helpful staff.Justin
The space is easy to access and secure. Very helpful owner. Would highly recommend.Scott
Park here every offshore trip. Cheaper than air park and handy if you’re flying out of Babcock. Always lots spaces and never worried about leaving my car for 3 weeksCraig
Quick and easy service to use. Wish I’d used them sooner :-)Craig