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A pilot scheme in Brightlingsea is issuing bogus penalty charge notices (PCNs) to encourage drivers to be more considerate. The Considerate Parking... continue
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Awards
Terry Wogan, Tom Baker and Ozzy Osbourne will all be presenting the British Parking Awards 2010, yet only one person will be in the spotlight.... continue
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Enforcement News
The blue badge scheme in Wales is to be extended to new groups of disabled people and children under three with specific medical conditions. It will... continue
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Enforcement News
Hackney council has successfully prosecuted three drivers for blue badge fraud, the first to be taken to court since it set up its anti-fraud team.... continue
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Enforcement News
Debt recovery company JBW has lost a High?Court action against Westminster City Council over fees which it claimed were owed on warrants for parking... continue
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Enforcement News
Drivers in some London boroughs are appealing against penalty charge notices (PCNs) issued on Boxing Day, which fell on a Saturday. Eighteen of the... continue
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Enforcement News
Two civil enforcement officers (CEOs) have been arrested on suspicion of dealing drugs after they were filmed during a sting operation by The Daily... continue
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Enforcement News
The top ten parking offenders in Westminster owe £113,800 in unpaid fines, the city council has revealed. Last year the offenders were issued... continue
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Parking Policy
Westminster has refuted media claims that it plans to increase some on-street parking tariffs and extend the hours of enforcement in order to offset... continue
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Yellow Lines
Motorists were issued with fake penalty charge notices (PCNs) in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, on Christmas Day. The counterfeit PCNs were placed by a... continue
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Crime
A London taxi driver who drove into a civil enforcement officer (CEO) has been jailed for six months. Martin Sadler, 56, admitted dangerous driving... continue
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Enforcement News
Drivers who feel they have been unfairly clamped on private land will be able to appeal to an independent tribunal, Home Office minister Alan... continue
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Procurement
As we tentatively usher in the new year there is no doubting that we are living in hard times. There is growing evidence that recovery from this... continue
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Technology
The first lone worker protection device to be compliant with the new British Standard 8484 code of practice has been launched by Romad. Lawrie... continue
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Procurement
The next financial year will see the public sector facing drastic budget cuts. So, it will be more important than ever to ensure that debt recovery... continue
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Awards
Marston Group won the inaugural Enforcement Team of the Year award at the Debt Collection Awards 2009, which were organised by Credit Today magazine... continue
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People News
Darlington-based revenue recovery and enforcement company Philips Collection Services has appointed Tracy Rivers as its new managing director. ... continue
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Debates
It was good to see that my letter in the October edition of Parking Review prompted Mike Macey to give his views on my concerns regarding... continue
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Enforcement News
There was a dramatic fall in road tax evasion on the UK's roads last year, a survey conducted for the DVLA suggests. The results of a roadside survey... continue
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Letters
Having watched Channel 4’s Confessions of a Traffic Warden (PR December) I think it was a reasonably balanced programme, which is a change. On... continue
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