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Parking Review
Letters
Naveed Ahmed
I read an article in the September edition of Parking Review about untraceable overseas motorists with interest and just wanted to point out the... continue
Categories: enforcement, DVLA
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Letters
Roger Powell
A report by HM Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) suggests that the police have “almost given up” on car crime. T... continue
Categories: crime, police, DVLA
Parking Review
News Lead Story
Patrick McDonnell
The RAC has criticised the government’s decision to scrap paper tax discs. The paper tax discs will be replaced by an electronic system using... continue
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Enforcement News
Civil enforcement officers in Wiltshire are to get new powers to check, ticket and clamp untaxed cars as part of changes that will see the end of the... continue
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Operational Lead Story
Patrick McDonnell
Millions of pounds worth of unpaid parking fines are being written off each year by councils unable to trace drivers of foreign vehicles, says the... continue
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Crime
Sevenoaks District Council has dismissed accusations in the national press that it ignores parking violations involving foreign-registered vehicles.... continue
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Enforcement News
The government is being urged by the RAC to clamp down on untaxed foreign vehicles.  Foreign vehicles visiting the country must be registered... continue
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Enforcement News
Parking companies paid DVLA over £6m during the last financial year for the details of drivers who have been issued parking charge notices for... continue
Categories: DVLA, All of UK
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Parking Policy Lead Story
Patrick McDonnell
The government has rejected a Conservative MP’s call for an end to the policy that allows the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) to... continue
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Yellow Lines
A van owner escaped a fine for not displaying a tax disc when it was proved that it had been eaten by a snail. The munching mollusc was discovered... continue
Categories: enforcement, DVLA
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
Mark Moran
A motorist who claimed to have taken so much Viagra he could not leave the house was just one of a number of excuses from people who failed to tax... continue
Categories: permits, surveys, DVLA
Parking Review
Contracts
The DVLA has re-awarded the vehicle storage and disposal contract to auctioneers and valuers John Pye & Sons. The contract incorporates vehicle... continue
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Debates
Mark Moran
With their Guy Fawkes masks and penchant for following CCTV enforcement cars on motorcycles, the NoToMob have carved out a niche as anti-parking... continue
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Enforcement News Lead Story
Redbridge council has been criticised by the Local Government Ombudsman (LGO) for its treatment of a motorist whose car was clamped without prior... continue
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Business News Lead Story
Deniz Huseyin
The six parking enforcement firms banned from receiving the details of vehicle keepers can now once more access information. The DVLA imposed the ban... continue
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Enforcement News
The DVLA has imposed data suspensions on almost 300 councils and other public bodies relating to nuisance or abandoned vehicles since 2009. This was... continue
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Articles
THE DVLA’s 10 regional enforcement centres are to close, with operations transferring to the Swansea office by the end of 2013. This will... continue
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Debates
Parking companies enforcing parking on private land depend on access to the vehicle keeper information supplied by by the Driver & Vehicle Licensing... continue
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Viewpoint
Viv Nicholas
Are we spending too much time focussing on enforcement, and perhaps holding the wrong end of the stick? Perhaps a better analogy is to think about... continue
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Articles
Patrick McDonnell
A joint operation by police and Croydon Borough Council has resulted in the collection of more than £3,000 in unpaid fines. The team set out to... continue
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