off-street parking


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off-street parking

The necessity to provide parking places on one's own property, rather than using city streets.Many zoning ordinances establish a minimum number of off-street parking places depending on the zoning and on the particular use of a structure on the property.

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com)-- According to a new market report published by Persistence Market Research "Global Market Study on Off-street Parking Management System - Middle East & Africa to Witness Highest Growth by 2021", the global off-street parking management system market was valued at USD 3,393.
Joseph Borbone, director of the Engineering Division of the Department of Public Works and Parks, did not provide the Off-Street Parking Board with a specific recommendation on a rate hike.
In most cases, you'll also need to apply to the council to drop the kerb to access your off-street parking easily.
The integration between Parkmobile's on-demand and ParkNow's prepaid system provides consumers with a superior mobile payment experience for on- and off-street parking.
Outside is one dedicated off-street parking place, on-street parking and to the rear a compact and very private enclosed patio.
Often, the council will only tell you how much it will charge to drop the kerb once the planning for the off-street parking has been approved.
The report, Searching for the Right Spot: Minimum Parking Requirements and Housing Affordability in New York City, analyzes the provisions of the city's Zoning Resolution that require residential developers to provide off-street parking.
Virtually every city in the United States nonetheless requires developers to build a certain amount of off-street parking, which Shoup has argued is more than they would otherwise choose to provide if parking were left to market forces.
But European judges, ruling in a test case brought by four of the local authorities, said public authorities should pay VAT if exemption gave them an unfair advantage over private companies providing off-street parking.
It's hard to believe, but we seem to have arrived at a point where gardens and off-street parking are ranked ahead of family and friends in terms of importance by today's home-hunters.
A garden was the top thing that people looking for a new home said was a must, with 53% wanting one, followed by outside space at 47% and off-street parking at 43%.
Westwind also plans to improve roughly 16,350 square feet of aging industrial property, providing landscaping, and adding off-street parking facilities.