Posts Tagged ‘Parking Space’

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December 23rd, 2013 Comments off

FREE 2 Month Trial…. and earn some extra cash in 2014 Traditionally January is the busiest time of the year for Self Storage.  Many people tend to spend time over Christmas tidying, sorting and preparing for the year ahead – so if YOU have a spare room, garage, shed, parking spot, office, hall, backyard, or […]

Brisbane Parking – Most Expensive In Australia (Again)

July 2nd, 2012 Comments off

Once again, Brisbane has won the dubious distinction of Australia’s Most Expensive Parking Rates. The RACQ’s annual audit of capital city off-street parking costs examined the parking rates of all Australian CBDs, and has determined that at an average cost of a whopping $27.94 per hour, Brisbane is Australia’s most expensive CBD for one-hour parking. […]

Big Brother is watching you Park

November 20th, 2010 1 comment

The next time you park your car in pretty much any major city in Australia or New Zealand, keep your eyes peeled for the latest parking spyware sensors that could be automatically dobbing you in to the nearest parking officer the second that you overstay your allotted time. Automated Parking Infringement Sensors The latest automatic […]

City drive-in robbery – Brisbane carpark costs soar

October 3rd, 2010 Comments off

In an article in The Sunday Mail (Brisbane, 3rd October 2010), Amy McCosker and Anthony Templeton highlighted that: “Parking in Brisbane has become more than a headache, with some motorists slugged over $20 an hour for parking in the city” As part of a nationwide investigation it has become clear that Brisbane parking rates are […]

Melbourne CBD paid parking hours extended to boost council coffers

May 13th, 2010 1 comment

FREE night-time parking in Melbourne’s CBD seems destined to disappear, under a revenue-raising plan that has angered motorists and traders. The recently released Melbourne City Council budget has announced plans to extend the period of paid meter parking in the Melbourne CBD.  The council expects to raise additional revenue by extending the paid on-street parking […]

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Australian carpark prices reach record levels

March 11th, 2010 1 comment

It would probably surprise you that a 16 sq m single car parking space at Bondi in Sydney, recently sold for $240,000 – but amazingly other sales in the same price range are expected to follow. Over the last few years Councils across Australia have been attempting to minimise traffic congestion by reducing the number […]

Bully Car Park Operators in the Spotlight (again)

February 8th, 2010 6 comments

Once again, the controversial (and probably illegal) practice of “fining” people for alleged breaches of parking conditions is making News Headlines. Channel 9’s A Current Affair program has run a series of reports over the last few weeks about the methods Australian National Car Parks (ANCP) seem to be using to intimidate people into paying […]

mX Newspaper (Brisbane) – Workers on park avenue

January 22nd, 2010 1 comment

In today’s Brisbane daily mX Newspaper Torny Jensen wrote the following article about the costs of parking  – and how Brisbanites, particularly in the CBD area, are searching for parking alternatives such as those offered by SpaceOut. Workers on park avenue Fed-up city workers are ditching expensive CBD carparks for cheaper backyard spots. Brisbane was […]

Media Release: Save Thousands of Dollars on Parking Fees

January 19th, 2010 Comments off

If you are tired of spending a small fortune on parking fees, fed up with paying out parking fines, or  desperate to find a convenient and cheap place to park, there could be a remarkably simple solution. Property owners in cities and towns throughout Australia, with unused garages, parking spots or even driveways are offering […]

New Year Resolutions

January 2nd, 2010 Comments off

I love to ask people what their resolutions are each year and when I boil the answers down, the most common responses I get are centred around health and wealth. SpaceOut is not in the business of advising on the first of these, but when it comes to adding or saving cash to your monthly […]

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