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NCP Announce Pre-Book at Six Manchester City Centre Car Parks


The UK's number 1 car park operator, NCP, has announced their new pre-book service to guarantee a parking space in the city centre.

(PRWEB UK) 2 November 2012

NCP has introduced a pre-book service at six of its Manchester city centre car parks just in time for the busy Christmas season.

Drivers can now guarantee a space at Manchester Arena, Great Northern Warehouse 1 and 2, The Grand, Oxford Street and Spinningfields.

Manchester car parking spaces can be booked in advance on the NCP website, meaning visitors and residents of Manchester can save time and fuel, knowing they have a space guaranteed within the city centre.

With Christmas on its way and people descending on the shops and markets of Manchester, the pre-book service will serve as a welcome addition.

The city centre is set to see an influx of people on Friday November 9 when boyband The Wanted and X factor finalist Misha B turn on the Christmas lights in Albert Square.

Thousands of visitors are also expected to descend on the city between November 17 and December 23 for Manchester's fantastic Christmas markets as well as its famous shopping centres such as Selfridges, The Corn Exchange and Manchester Arndale.

Matt Thornett, Product Manager at NCP comments:

Car Parking in Manchester can now be pre-booked and will save visitors and residents of Manchester a great deal of time during the busy holiday season and beyond. By guaranteeing themselves a parking space, drivers can relax and focus on a day out or important meeting without needing to scour the car parks for a space. We have car parks in some of the best locations in the city centre and we're proud to introduce this service which is sure to come as a great relief to many drivers.

“Whatever is bringing you to the city, our pre-book service is set to make parking much easier.”


Founded in 1931, NCP has over 75 years expertise within the parking sector and has more than 600 car parks nationwide. NCP processes approximately 80 million customer transactions every year.

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