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How free parking could be costly for the High Street

Read the latest: Reducing or removing parking fees on a Saturday in Jersey’s capital St Helier might reasonably be expected to provide a welcome boost to weary... continued

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30 August
Mark Moran JustPark has launched an in-car application that allows drivers to locate and pay for parking spaces from their dashboard....
30 August
Mark Moran Communities secretary Eric Pickles has signalled his intention to investigate how parking in private car parks is managed....
30 August
Mark Moran The Automobile Association (AA) has been a robust critic of the increased use of ANPR technology in privately owned car...
30 August
Mark Moran Health secretary Jeremy Hunt has told NHS hospitals to cut the cost of parking for certain groups. Trusts should also set...
30 August
Mark Moran Underused surface car parks and rundown lock-up garages could be redeveloped as much needed housing, a report produced by...
30 August
Patrick McDonnell Millions of pounds worth of unpaid parking fines are being written off each year by councils unable to trace drivers of...
30 August
Patrick McDonnell A new style warning notice is being attached to the cars of suspected Blue Badge abusers in Redbridge, east London. The...
30 August
Andrew Potter Reducing or removing parking fees on a Saturday in Jersey’s capital St Helier might reasonably be expected to provide...
30 August
Flat caps have replaced peak caps and coloured shirts military tunics on the streets of Westminster, where a softer and...
30 August
In a landmark decision Traffic Penalty Tribunal adjudicator Chris Nicholls explains why enforcement authorities must retain...
30 August
A 600-space multi-storey car park has been built as part of the Southwater regeneration project in Telford, Shropshire. The...
30 August
A robot is parking customers’ cars at Düsseldorf Airport in Germany. Travellers can leave their cars near the...
30 August
Deniz Huseyin A cycle race is to be staged in a disused multi-storey car park at Tobacco Docks in Wapping, east London. Riders will...
28 August
Walking and cycling campaigners are backing a proposal to change the law to guarantee long-term funding for cycling and...
28 August
Lee Baker The transportation and construction sectors are experiencing the biggest demand for new recruits as the economy improves,...
27 August
Ministers have pledged to add 900 extra lane miles of road capacity, a third more than provided in Labour's last decade in...
26 August
Lee Baker The deregulation of the bus industry failed to create competition, with only one per cent of weekly services outside London...
22 August
Rik Thomas THE UNCERTAIN future for the owners of diesel-fuelled vehicles, highlighted by Daily Telegraph environment correspondent...
22 August
Work has begun to remodel a major south London roundabout to make it safer for cyclists. The works on the Queens Circus...
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30 August
Patrick McDonnell
Health charities have condemned the tactics used by some private operators at hospital car parks across the country. The...
30 August
Paul Sharpe
Four months in and the wheels are still rolling; that is the obvious conclusion of the new world of debt recovery reforms...
30 August
Neil Herron
As someone who came into the parking industry by accident rather than by design, I have witnessed many changes in the last...
30 August
James Gouge
Civil enforcement officers (CEOs) remain the foundation on which the parking sector is built. Without them, the UK's...
30 August
Phil Grant
My first job in the parking industry was working as a parking attendant back in 1999 for Bath & North East Somerset...
Latest business : Last updated 23 hours ago
30 August
Mark Moran
APCOA Parking AG has reached an agreement with its lenders that will see the Europe-wide operator restructure about...
30 August
CP Plus has bought Target Parking, a parking management company it helped entrepreneur Emma Sinclair launch in 2008. CP Plus...
30 August
Imperial Civil Enforcement Solutions (ICES), a provider of parking enforcement IT services and training, has launched a...
30 August
The Jervis Street car park in central Dublin has become the first Irish acquisition of Dutch investment company...
30 August
Shoppers at a west London retail centre are the first to be able to pay for their parking using the PayPal app. At Westfield...

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Local Transport Today 612 21 December
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Comment by: Martin S
10:43am, 21 December