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Enforcement News
Quality cars seized on behalf of the DVLA for road tax evasion will no longer be automatically scrapped, but will be auctioned off instead. NSL... continue
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Enforcement News
Almost all the civil enforcement officers (CEOs) working for Southamption City Council have passed their City & Guilds Level 2 training provided... continue
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Enforcement News
Black cabs and private hire vehicles travelling in the London Borough of Camden are now able to stop on yellow lines to let passengers use cash... continue
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Consultations
Ealing council’s consultation exercise for a controlled parking zone (CPZ) failed to make residents aware of the risks of displacement parking,... continue
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Profiles
There has been plenty of debate in the parking sector surrounding the reasons for the across-the-board drop in revenues and how this has been... continue
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People News
Transport for London (TfL) has appointed John Mason as its new director of taxi and private hire at the Public Carriage Office (PCO). Mason,... continue
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People News
Gill?Flynn has joined Imperial Civil Enforcement Solutions as senior project manager. This role will see her have overall responsibility for the... continue
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Enforcement News
Transport for London (TfL) is set to soften its approach to traffic enforcement as part of its ‘Fair deal to drivers’ programme. TfL said... continue
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People News
Independent consultant John Elliott is the new media contact and ‘webmaster’ for the Local Authorities Technical Advisers Group (TAG).... continue
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Crime
A motorist who tried to use a fraudulent disabled badge to park for free in Manchester city centre has been to fined  £500, after a... continue
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Enforcement News
A County Durham driver who had a penalty charge notice (PCN) overturned on appeal has accused the council of using “sleight of... continue
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People News
Rod Williamson, city services team leader at City of Lincoln Council, is making a bid to become a best selling author. Williamson, whose role... continue
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Yellow Lines
Parking Review regularly receives requests for information and advice on parking issues from all kinds of people and from all over the world. Last... continue
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Procurement
This article was born of a great sense of frustration and concern.  Time and time again conversations with colleagues in the parking world... continue
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Enforcement News
Drivers caught using bus lanes in Manchester escaped fines after a computer virus forced the city council to cancel their tickets. Council computers... continue
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Enforcement News
The West Midlands conurbation authorities are preparing a business case for rolling out a second phase of Red Routes. Red Route programme manager Rod... continue
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ANPR
ANPR International will be unveiling a rapid deployment automated number plate recognition system at the Enforcement Summit. The portable Sherpa... continue
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Enforcement News
A new scheme in Edinburgh sees NSL Services’ 130 parking attendants and council environmental wardens becoming the ‘eyes and ears’... continue
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