Latest news:
News category: Approved operator scheme AOS

38 results from all titles

Parking Review
Parking Policy Lead Story
Mark Moran
Motorists should use formal appeals services rather than the press when they have received tickets for parking on private land, the British Parking... continue
Parking Review
News Lead Story
Deniz Huseyin
A new trade association has entered the private parking sector, offering enforcement firms an alternative to the Approved Operator Scheme (AOS)... continue
Parking Review
News Lead Story
Deniz Huseyin
Private parking operators ParkingEye and Devere Parking Services have been passing on the Parking Appeals on Private Land (POPLA) fee to drivers who... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy Lead Story
The British Parking Association (BPA) launched the latest version of the body’s ‘Master Plan for Parking’ at the House of Commons... continue
Parking Review
Case Studies
Mark Moran
Henry Michael Greenslade, the lead adjudicator at POPLA, the body which hears appeals made by drivers issued parking charge notices (PCNs) on private... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement News
Mark Moran
The BBC consumer programme Watchdog has accused some private parking operators of ignoring the Parking on Private Land Appeals (POPLA) service. The... continue
Parking Review
British Parking Awards
Mark Moran
A team of students from Northumbria University were recognised for their innovative approach to re-imagining how parking can be enforced and marketed... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement News
Welsh Labour MP Nick Smith is calling for a new official regulatory body to oversee private parking companies. The Blaenau Gwent MP reports a surge... continue
Parking Review
Debates
Parking companies enforcing parking on private land depend on access to the vehicle keeper information supplied by by the Driver & Vehicle Licensing... continue
Parking Review
Debates
Patrick Troy, chief executive of the British Parking Association (BPA), appeared on the BBC consumer programme Watchdog on 19 April to answer... continue
Parking Review
Debates
Martin Cutts
Few things matter more in the parking industry than the legibility of signs and notices. Unless these are clear, motorists are likely to break the... continue
Parking Review
Editorial
Last month Parking Review featured Anne Robinson in her guise as host of The Weakest Link when Gumnwharf Quay's deputy parking manager Fraser Jones... continue
Parking Review
People News
The elections to the BPA Council have seen the selection of two new members – Mandy Ainsworth of Worthing Borough Council and Alastair Cooper... continue
Parking Review
People News Lead Story
Paul Necus was inaugurated as the British Parking Association’s president for 2011/12 at an evening reception held at the House of Commons... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy
The British Parking Association (BPA) launched its second Master Plan for Parking on Wednesday 6 July at the president’s reception in the... continue
Parking Review
Introduction
Mark Moran
The Protection of Freedoms Bill proposes to outlaw clamping on private land in England and Wales, as well as imposing new limitations on the use of... continue
Parking Review
Business News
The British Parking Association’s Approved Operator Scheme (AOS) is hosting a ‘Parking Zone’ at the The Facilities Show 2011, being... continue
Parking Review
Letters
Kelvin Reynolds
I was impressed by Ashley Brandon’s article about the detection of blue badge fraud (PR April). It was a worthy feature from our Young Parking... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement News
The Crime and Security Bill was been given Royal Assent before Parliament was dissolved last week. The clamping provisions of the new Act introduce... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement News Lead Story
The British Parking Association (BPA) has introduced a drivers licence style penalty points system to ensure compliance with its approved operators... continue
< | 1 | 2 | >