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JustPark may 'revolutionise parking' in London

12 August 2014 Last updated at 21:25 BST

A technology firm which claims it is going to revolutionise parking in the capital has just won backing from a major investment firm.

JustPark connects drivers looking for a space with homeowners and others looking to make a bit of cash - it is the latest example of what's been called the "sharing" economy.

BBC's technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones spoke to Anthony Eskinazi, founder of JustPark, Dorothea Hackman, who is a church warden at St Pancras Church, and editor of Tech City News Alex Wood.

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