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UK homeowners are earning hundreds of thousands of pounds renting out their driveways to football fans
31 August 2011, London
UK homeowners are hoping to cash in on the new football season by renting out their driveways and private parking spaces to supporters travelling to games. Online parking marketplace Parkatmyhouse.com has seen the number of people advertising parking spaces around football stadia double in the past 12 months.
Thousands of football fans are already parking on ParkatmyHouse users' driveways every week and homeowners have made almost £500,000 in 2011 alone from renting out driveways and private spaces to supporters... Read more
14 July 2011, London
German car giant BMW has today announced a strategic long-term investment in UK website ParkatmyHouse.com, an innovative online parking marketplace which connects homeowners who have driveways, garages and private parking spaces to rent, with drivers who need a convenient, safe and cost effective place to park.
BMW i Ventures, a venture capital company set up by BMW Group to identify and invest in companies which offer a solution to improve urban mobility, has taken a minority stake in the online parking website... Read more
14 February 2011, London
Blues fans planning to drive to Wembley for the Carling Cup Final on February 27, can save up to £20 on normally extortionate parking costs near the stadium, by parking their cars on local homeowners' driveways.
Official car parking at Wembley Stadium must be pre-booked and costs a flat daily rate of £27.75 per vehicle - even if you only plan to stay for a couple of hours to watch the match..... Read more
14 October 2010, London
The cost of parking at, or close to, London hospitals is a borough lottery for patients or visitors who have no option but to travel by car, according to data collected by online private parking marketplace, ParkatmyHouse.com.
The price of parking at hospitals differs drastically across London's 33 boroughs, ranging from £1 to a punitive £6 per hour, with an average hourly charge of £2.34.... Read more
13 August 2010, London
Over the past 12 months, the cost of parking in one of the UK's public car parks has risen by an average of 12.5%, according to research carried out by online private parking marketplace, ParkatmyHouse.
The comprehensive report, which was compiled in conjunction with parking information website, Parkopedia, looked at the average cost to park a vehicle for one hour in a council or commercial car park in the UK's main towns and cities... Read more
14 June 2010, London
Online parking marketplace ParkatmyHouse joins forces with GlobalGiving UK to support grassroots social and environmental projects in less developed countries.
The collaboration offers ParkatmyHouse customers a means of lessening the environmental impact of their car journeys through supporting locally led social and environmental projects that fall outside the remit of retail carbon offset provider schemes.... Read more
29 April 2010, London
Fans turn to alternative parking with online marketplace parkatmyhouse.com in a bid to reduce match costs, arrive in time for kick off and avoid traffic jams at the final whistle.
While still passionate about the game and supporting their teams, football fans are feeling hard-pressed with the ever-increasing costs of tickets, food, drink, replica kit and travel involved with attending a match. With only a few weeks to go until the FA Cup Final at Wembley... Read more
23 March 2010, London
All Saints Church in Islington finds novel way to fund vital community projects through ParkatmyHouse.com
Renting its car park spaces has proved to be a fruitful way for All Saints Church in Islington to raise funds for much needed community projects. It has taken only two years for the Church, located near St Pancras station, to pass the £50,000 mark by renting its private car park spaces through the online marketplace ParkatmyHouse… Read more
22 February 2010, London
Online parking marketplace a winner of Smarta 100 business accolade.
ParkatmyHouse the online marketplace which connects property owners with a spare parking space to drivers in need of somewhere to park, has been chosen by a judging panel including Deborah Meaden and other leading entrepreneurs as a winner of Smarta.com's inaugural 'Smarta 100'... Read more
15 December 2009, London
Yearly savings add up for motorists who turn to alternative parking with online marketplace ParkatmyHouse.com.
Founded in 2006, ParkatmyHouse has tens of thousands of members throughout the UK who use the instant online facility to book a property-owner's driveway, garage or car park space on a one-off or regular, short-term or long-term basis. Drivers save up to 70% off the cost of parking while property owners are earning as much as £5,500 per year renting out their space... Read more
13 February 2008, London
ParkatmyHouse.com ($http.//www.parkatmyhouse.com), a successful British-based website designed to connect drivers with open parking spaces, announced today that it will launch the service in the United States. The site is run by Anthony Eskinazi, a 24-year old entrepreneur from London, England, whose modern innovation has changed the way people find parking... Read more
11 January 2007, London
ParkatmyHouse.com is a new and innovative system of parking which provides affordable, penalty-free and secure spaces around public venues by enabling property-owners with empty driveways, garages and car parks to rent them out to drivers needing somewhere to park... Read more
22 September 2006, London
A new website - www.parkatmyhouse.com - is launched today by Anthony Eskinazi, a 23-year old maths graduate student, to link people who need to find parking spaces with those who have space to spare. Its launch is timely as it has just been announced London's public transport fares will rise yet again... Read more
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