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Parking space on Connaught Road, RG30

88 Bookings

Space description

Lighting
Suitable for wide vehicles
Off rd parking space away from street (middle space) and with night time sensor lighting. Overlooks my neighbours properties who are very diligent.

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Reviews about this space

Charlotte K30th March 2024
Will definitely book again. I felt safe leaving my car and it's such a generous size for any car
Alisha A30th August 2022
Perfect spot for reading festival. Felt very safe and owner was very friendly! Thank you
Ben C27th August 2018
Excellent - a 5-star experience
Jacqueline C25th June 2018
Alan has been very helpful and very quick to communicte about any changes we wished to make.Great location for center of Reading.Would highly reccomend and would be happy to use again.
Catherine L12th March 2018
Clear & easy - thanks!

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