University Of The West England Parking

Latest University of the West England parking reviews
  • Parking on Bartholomews Square, BS7

    It was easy to start the whole process and surprisingly pain free. The convenience was matched on the site by how simple it was to just plug in the sat-nav and drive straight to he parking space. I never had a problem with it. I’d recommend it to friends - and already have, actually.

    Neil
  • Parking on Grittleton Road, BS7

    Well lit and quiet residential street, felt safe. Address was easy to find and space was spacious, location was ideal for what we needed (Memorial Football Ground) only a 15 min. walk. Would definitely use again

    Chris
  • Parking on Grittleton Road, BS7

    There is 2 spaces for rent. I got there one morning and the person renting the other space parked in both spaces. Complained too the owner of the rental spaces and all they said was sorry no offer of a refund even though I had to find somewhere else to park at an additional cost to me of £9.50. Wasn't happy hence cancellation of space otherwise I would still be parking there.

    Tina
  • Garage on St Lucia Cres, BS7

    Thank you for the space .. steve

    Steve
  • Parking on Leader Street, BS16

    Great communication and value! Thanks

    Robert
  • Parking on Great Meadow Road, BS32

    Clear instructions. Wide space to fit any car. Excellent rate. Highly recommended

    Mohamed
  • Parking on Grittleton Road, BS7

    As advertised , all good .

    ANTHONY
  • Parking on Grittleton Road, BS7

    Very well described..easy to find. The street felt safe and will definatley use this service again.

    Simeon
  • Parking on Upper Belmont Rd, BS7

    After having got past the event organisers who didn't want me to enter the street I found the space easily. It's not the biggest but I got my Audi Q3 in with no problems. It is very convenient for the Gloucestershire County Ground at Bristol as it's only a couple of minutes walk away. I would definitely use it again when I next visit the cricket ground.

    Don