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Antonyms for off-street

not on the streets


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The rating reflects the authority's monopoly over key off-street and on-street parking in Miami's thriving central business district.
The Infrastructure Department transferred all of its off-street car parks - excluding Park and Ride/ Park and Share - to councils on April 1, 2015.
There are front and back gardens, as well as a rear driveway for off-street parking.
a company involved in connected car services and location analytics, is offering an Off-Street Parking service for the Mercedes-Benz C-Class and S-Classes in Europe and the United States.
If you live in a flat or maisonette, it doesn't have PD rights, so you'll have to apply for planning permission for off-street parking.
You may be refused planning permission for off-street parking and the dropped kerb if, say, your front garden is considered too small, or your house is by a bend in the road, so consult the council at an early stage.
Under the leadership of a new management team and a complementary industrial board led by Fernando Conte we have transformed Parkia into the leading off-street car park operator in Spain.
Off-street parking is a parking facility, where the parking facility does not interact with the traffic flow on the road.
But one provision of the original plan that pretty much eliminated requirements for developers to provide off-street parking within the district ran into strong opposition from many neighborhood leaders.
In most cases, you'll also need to apply to the council to drop the kerb to access your off-street parking easily.
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.
An analysis by NYU's Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy and its Institute for Affordable Housing Policy suggests that the city's minimum parking requirements may be causing developers to supply more off-street parking spaces than tenants and homebuyers demand, potentially driving up the cost of housing and promoting inefficient car ownership.
In the January 2011 issue of the journal Housing Policy Debate, three scholars at the Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy, a research center at New York University, found that developers tend to build only the bare minimum of off-street parking allowed by the zoning code and sometimes go out of their way to get permission to build less.
Until now all the paid parking zones had been coded as area 'A' for on-street parking and area 'B' as off-street parking.