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Whether four wheels or two… there’s space for all

RCP Parking’s Shapoor Nagshineh is planning to expand his rail parking operations. Meanwhile, sister Shireen has similar plans for Sekura-Byk

Mark Moran

Railway station parking is seen as a key growth area for national parking operator RCP Parking and its sister firm Sekura-Byk, a cycle security specialist. Passengers travelling between Norwich and London Liverpool Street can spot RCP Parking signs alongside the line at Norwich (Lower Clarence Road), Diss and Marks Tey, near Colchester. The three rail-side car parks offer a total of more than 600 spaces, says RCP Parking director Shapoor Naghshineh.

He now wants to increase his firm’s...

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