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Patrick McDonnell
Concerns over the evasion of parking and traffic fines by foreign-registered vehicles have been raised by campaign group SPARKS. It drew attention to... continue
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The Metropolitan Police has been told by Transport for London (TfL) to stop issuing fines to drivers who flout basic rules of the road. Instead... continue
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Parking Review
Enforcement News
Patrick McDonnell
The use of CCTV for parking enforcement in central London has been cut from 145 to 100, Westminster City Council has announced. A further 30 cameras... continue
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Deniz Huseyin
Civil enforcement officers in Scarborough are to be equipped with ‘headcams’ in a bid to improve their safety. In April seven of... continue
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Patrick McDonnell
Brighton & Hove City Council is studying proposals for more controlled parking zones (CPZs) due to the demand for on-street parking outstripping... continue
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Patrick McDonnell
Car park management company Excel Parking Services Ltd has issued a statement warning of a pseudo company operating under the name of Excel-Parking,... continue
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People News
John Marston, chairman of debt recovery specialist Marston Group, has been appointed as the UK’s national expert on civil enforcement. As part... continue
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Crime
Six vehicles were targeted and set alight by arsonists in Bournemouth, Dorset, over a three-hour period during the early hours of the 16 February.... continue
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Crime
The London Borough of Harrow has invested £20,000 in a CCTV-equipped van which will be used to enforce parking restrictions. The van has two... continue
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Enforcement News
APCOA Parking (UK) has secured an extension to its five-year enforcement contract with Maidstone Borough Council. The contract was due to be... continue
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People News
ANPR International has appointed Martin Channing as its new national sales manager. Channing previously worked for parking system specialists Metric... continue
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Uniforms
As the role of parking personnel evolves so too does the clothing they wear. Several parking operators and local authorities are keen to shift away... continue
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Awards
The shortlist for the British Parking Awards has been revealed. These are the entries which have most impressed the judging panel and which now will... continue
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Top political correspondent and, following Strictly Come Dancing, national treasure John Sergeant will be the host of this year’s British... continue
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People News
The Security Industry Authority (SIA) has opened its customer contact centre on Saturdays for a 12-week trial period. The contact centre based in... continue
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People News
Debt recovery specialist JBW will be holding an open day at its new premises in the City of London on 27 February. The event will run between 3-5pm... continue
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Enforcement News
London’s Parking and Traffic Appeals Service (PATAS) will be based at larger premises from 2 February. The service — which decides... continue
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Letters
Your January issue reported on the matter of contraventions at dropped kerbs and on the views of the AA’s Paul Watters on the need for signing.... continue
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Letters
Mike Bracey
Not only have the commercial vehicle operators in London suffered a 20% increase in penalty charge notices (PCNs) since differential parking charges... continue
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