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NCP raises tariffs at third of London sites to cover Games costs

NCP has raised tariffs at more than a third of its sites in London to cover additional costs during the Olympics and Paralympics. Charges have been temporarily increased at 38 out of 104 car parks, with an Earls Court car park – the location of the volleyball event – seeing the biggest rise from £22 to £40 per day. Meanwhile, charges at a site near Victoria rail station have increased from £36 to £60 a day for the duration of the Games from 25 July to 9 September. But NCP is also...

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