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Ubeeqo's Matcha car club service to offer more secure vehicle parking under new partnership

As announced in February, mobility start-up Ubeeqo has launched its Matcha car club service to provide transport options for Londoners. The scheme has initially been made available in the borough of Wandsworth, offering 29 new cars in the borough with plans to increase both locally and nationally.

Under the new partnership, YourParkingSpace will be sourcing new parking spaces for Ubeeqo’s Matcha cars as they expand across London and the UK, giving them more scope to place vehicles in convenient locations for its customers.

The partnership also means that YourParkingSpace customers will benefit from exclusive discounts with Ubeeqo, and may include future plans for app integration to assist Ubeeqo drivers to find and book parking.

Benoit Chatelier, founder and CEO of Ubeeqo, added: “It really makes no sense at all for someone living in a major town or city, such as London, to own a car any longer. Ubeeqo makes urban mobility more convenient and more cost-effective, and more environmentally friendly too. Ubeeqo combines a range of mobility solutions so that travellers can arrange the best way to manage their journey, all from one app. Now with the help of YourParkingSpace we will be able to secure more parking space for our vehicles enabling us to spread our concept across more of the UK.”

Harrison Woods, managing director of YourParkingSpace.co.uk, said: “We’re always looking to partner with like-minded companies and Ubeeqo is a really exciting new entrant to the UK market. They’re ambitious, we love their service, and they’re open to trying things, making them ideal partners for us.”

He added: “It’s fantastic that Ubeeqo have put their trust in YPS and our successful concept of driveway rentals following on from our recent partnerships with Parkfy earlier this year and Parkhound last year. We’re looking forward to developing the partnership over the coming year.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.