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Parking Review
Case Studies
Accusations that Parking on Private Land Appeals operates an unwritten ‘50/50’ rule to achieve the appearance of impartiality have been... continue
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Parking Policy
Civil parking enforcement should be introduced across Scotland, the British Parking Association says in its latest Master Plan for Parking in... continue
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News Lead Story
The capital’s Parking and Traffic Appeals Service (PATAS) has been renamed London Tribunals. The new service supports two separate teams, as... continue
Parking Review
News Lead Story
The Supreme Court will hear motorist Barry Beavis’s appeal against a parking penalty issued by ParkingEye on 21 July. The court will decide on... continue
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News Lead Story
The two independent appeals services for parking on private land have adopted different approaches to resolving cases possibly affected by Supreme... continue
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News Lead Story
A London local authority parking partnership has helped a South Yorkshire council clear a build up of drivers’ correspondence. Bromley and... continue
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Enforcement News
Delivery companies are winning 72% of parking appeals in London, according to figures released by the Freight Transport Association (FTA).  A... continue
Parking Review
News Lead Story
Deniz Huseyin
A Judicial Review has rejected enforcement firm Proserve’s argument that it should not have to belong to an accredited trade association (ATA)... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement News
Deniz Huseyin
Citizens Advice has reported that the numbers visiting its website seeking information about private land parking charges has nearly tripled in the... continue
Parking Review
Case Studies
Mark Moran
The enforcement of private parking has started attracting the interest of consumer affairs and investigative television programmes. Recent months... continue
Parking Review
Debates
The Independent Parking Committee IIPC) appeared on the BBC One consumer affairs programme Watchdog in an edition that looked at parking on private... continue
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Parking Review
People News
The Traffic Penalty Tribunal has appointed barrister Stephen Knapp as its deputy chief adjudicator. Knapp has been an adjudicator at the Traffic... continue
Parking Review
Letters
Michael Greenslade
In the June issue of Parking Review Caroline Hamilton, the chief parking and road traffic adjudicat... continue
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Letters
Caroline Sheppard
Michael Robinson’s article in the May edition of Parking Review does insufficient justice to... continue
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Letters
Patrick Troy
The British Parking Association (BPA) has replied to an open letter from the Indepe... continue
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Awards
Mark Moran
The annual search for the best annual parking report produced by a local authority has reached the short listing stage. Annual reports are statements... continue
Parking Review
News Lead Story
The Independent Parking Committee (IPC) has accused the British Parking Association (BPA) of seeking to return to the era when there was just one... continue
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Business News
Judicial Review listens to Proserve dispute with DVLA  An enforcement company has argued in court that it should be given access to vehicle... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy
John de Waal, the barrister who drafted an opinion on parking on private land for the RAC Foundation, will represent motorist Barry Beavis at the... continue
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