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Threadneedle StreetThreadneedle Street Threadneedle Street is in the heart of the London’s Square Mile, and is home to the Bank of England. 
Places to park your car in London
Name Area
Goulston Street Car Park in London Goulston Street Car ParkWhitechapel
This car park is in Goulston Street, approximately ½ mile from Threadneedle Street. Goulston Street Car Park provide... more
NCP Finsbury Square in London NCP Finsbury SquareThe City
These parking spaces are in The City, approximately half-a-mile away. National Car Parks (NCP) provide a secure car parki... more
NCP Paul Street in London NCP Paul StreetThe City
This car park is in Paul Street, less than ¾ mile away from Threadneedle Street, with height restriction, season tic... more
NCP Upper Thames Street in London NCP Upper Thames StreetThe City
These parking spaces are in The City, approximately half-a-mile away. National Car Parks (NCP) provide a secure car parki... more
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Snowsfields Car ParkSouthwark
These parking spaces are in Snowsfields, less than ¾ mile away from Threadneedle Street.
Tower Hill Car Park in London Tower Hill Car ParkThe City
This car park is in The City, roughly ¾ miles away.
Tower Place West Car Park in London Tower Place West Car ParkThe City
This car park is in Tower Place West, approximately ½ mile from Threadneedle Street.
Union Car Parks in London Union Car ParksSouthwark
These parking spaces are in Southwark, roughly ¾ miles away. Union Car Parks provide a secure car parking facility... more.
Union Car Parks in London Union Car ParksSouthwark
This car park is in Bermondsey Street, less than ¾ mile away from Threadneedle Street. Union Car Parks provide a sec... more
Whites Row Car Park in London Whites Row Car ParkWhitechapel
These parking spaces are at 15 Whites Row, roughly ¾ miles away. The opening times are 24 hours, seven days a week.
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