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Parking Review
Introduction
Mark Moran
The Protection of Freedoms Bill proposes to outlaw clamping on private land in England and Wales, as well as imposing new limitations on the use of... continue
Parking Review
Car Crime Lead Story
Viv Nicholas
The European Secure Vehicle Alliance is leading the debate on preventing auto-crime, explains Viv Nicholas The car is a fantastic invention, but... continue
Categories: ANPR, crime, police, DfT, DVLA, Home Office
Parking Review
Traffic Management
The government is developing guidance on how organisations can calculate greenhouse gas emissions from business and commuter travel. A pilot travel... continue
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News Lead Story
Patrick McDonnell
A new blue badge that is harder to copy, forge and alter is to be introduced as part of far-reaching changes to the disabled parking scheme,... continue
Parking Review
Operational Lead Story
London, Milton Keynes and the North East of England are to receive millions of pounds of government cash to install electric vehicle charging points.... continue
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Enforcement News Lead Story
The British Parking Association (BPA) has introduced a drivers licence style penalty points system to ensure compliance with its approved operators... continue
Parking Review
Profiles
Deniz Huseyin
A new generation of average speed cameras have received Home Office type approval to enforce 20mph limits on residential streets. The SPECS3 system,... continue
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Profiles
Deniz Huseyin
A change of policy at the Department for Transport (DfT) will allow councils to roll out 20mph limits across large areas. The current Circular 1/06... continue
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Park & Ride
Prospective train operators will have to include plans for station travel plans in their bids for three franchises under draft plans published by the... continue
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Enforcement News
The shortlist for the PATROL Annual Report Award was announced at Parkex 2010. The councils shortlisted are Brighton & Hove Council, Colchester... continue
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Enforcement News
Mark Moran
Motorist groups have called for the creation of a new body with the power to investigate reports of repeated malpractice by councils, and for... continue
Parking Review
Construction
Improved parking forms a key element of a £1.5m investment in upgrading rail infrastructure in Northumberland. The Department for Transport... continue
Parking Review
Debates
Parking enforcement is a highly emotive issue. Hardly a day goes by without a story in a newspaper somewhere detailing how an unfortunate motorist... continue
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Enforcement News Lead Story
The use of cameras to enforce parking is both underhand and unfair, the AA has stated. It is harder for drivers to collect evidence and mount a... 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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Parking Policy
Parking standards for non-residential developments in England will be scrapped under new planning policy just published. Planning Policy Statement 4... 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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Transport
Local authorities are facing an expensive road repair due to the number of potholes created by the heavy snow falls and prolonged cold spells that... continue
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Enforcement News
London's local authorities now have powers to coordinate works better. Eighteen London councils and Transport for London (TfL), have been granted... continue
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Editorial
When over 400 cars were abandoned in Basingstoke by drivers caught in heavy snow falls on 21 December the vulnerability of Britain’s road... continue
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