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Postby #Beebot » 04 Aug 2019, 08:17

I notice that Canons Park Station have jacked up their charge to £6 to match THL. Is there anywhere to park more cheaply?
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Re: Parking

Postby beew » 04 Aug 2019, 08:33

#Beebot wrote:I notice that Canons Park Station have jacked up their charge to £6 to match THL. Is there anywhere to park more cheaply?


You can park on the single yellow line in Whitchurch Avenue for free on Saturday and weekdays after 6.30pm.
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Re: Parking

Postby John_c » 04 Aug 2019, 09:52

#Beebot wrote:I notice that Canons Park Station have jacked up their charge to £6 to match THL. Is there anywhere to park more cheaply?


There are also plans afoot to build flats there so not sure about future options there.


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Re: Parking

Postby jonbonbaby » 04 Aug 2019, 13:19

Wasn’t there plans to build another level of parking at the hive ?
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Postby dawat » 04 Aug 2019, 15:30

John_c wrote:
#Beebot wrote:I notice that Canons Park Station have jacked up their charge to £6 to match THL. Is there anywhere to park more cheaply?


There are also plans afoot to build flats there so not sure about future options there.


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I believe that there are also plans to build flats on the High Barnet underground station car park. Is this just a money making scheme in itself or also an attempt to force people onto public transport buses as well?
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Re: Parking

Postby simples169 » 04 Aug 2019, 17:31

all underground stations with car parks have had planning applications submitted to have flats built on them, all because tfl has no money and the mayor of London has spent the rest so its purely a money grab.
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Re: Parking

Postby beew » 04 Aug 2019, 18:00

simples169 wrote:all underground stations with car parks have had planning applications submitted to have flats built on them, all because tfl has no money and the mayor of London has spent the rest so its purely a money grab.


Plus pressure for more houses to be built on brownfield sites in London, but I think we're going off topic.

Back on topic, park for free on Whitchurch Avenue or Camrose Avenue free of charge on a matchday.
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Re: Parking

Postby #Beebot » 04 Aug 2019, 19:09

beew wrote:
simples169 wrote:all underground stations with car parks have had planning applications submitted to have flats built on them, all because tfl has no money and the mayor of London has spent the rest so its purely a money grab.


Plus pressure for more houses to be built on brownfield sites in London, but I think we're going off topic.

Back on topic, park for free on Whitchurch Avenue or Camrose Avenue free of charge on a matchday.


Cheers. Any restrictions on the back roads around Camrose Ave or should there be enough space regardless?
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Re: Parking

Postby Nudger70 » 05 Aug 2019, 06:33

Whitchurch lane now restricted on a Saturday from station to past the church. Harrow council changed them from Mon-Fri to Mon-Sat probably more to do with Wembley events than The Hive. Got a nice £55 love letter from Harrow council Saturday.
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