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Local Transport Today
In brief
Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council is offering to manage the back office processes for civil parking enforcement on behalf of three other South... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
Two North Wales local authorities are to merge their parking services teams. Conwy County Borough Council and Denbighshire County Council will... continue
Categories: Parking, Wales
New Transit
Rail News Lead Story
Mark Langman is to lead Network Rail’s devolved business unit in Wales. He will lead a 1,400 strong team, and will oversee the management and... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement Lead Story
Mark Moran
Over four million penalty charge notices (PCNs) are issued by councils outside London, according to the Traffic Penalty Tribunal (TPT). The... continue
Parking Review
Debt Recovery Lead Story
Bailiffs working for Whyte & Co are filming their visits to debtors in a trial with Thurrock and Southend Councils. Three of the audio-video... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement News
Since police traffic wardens stopped parking enforcement in Aberystwyth, mid-Wales, parking problems have heightened in the town. Dyfed-Powys Police... continue
Parking Review
News Lead Story
An independent ombudsman needs to be established to give vehicle owners right of appeal against tickets issued by private car park contractors, says... continue
Local Transport Today
News
Costain has been awarded a contract worth £150m by the Welsh Assembly Government to convert the last remaining single carriageway section of... continue
Categories: Road building, Wales
Local Transport Today
In brief
The Welsh Government has awarded Amey an £8m contract for highway management services. The commission covers the management and development of... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
The Welsh Government this week announced plans for a Cycling Bill that will place a legal duty on councils to provide cycle routes. First minister... continue
Categories: Cycling, Wales
Local Transport Today
Regular news
The Scottish and Welsh administrations are jointly buying an IT system for managing their road networks worth up to £19m. The Welsh Assembly... continue
New Transit
Rail News
First Group has announced that it will be handing back the keys to its Great Western (FGW) franchise in 2013 rather than taking up its option to... continue
Parking Review
Feature
Alan Wood
As the Beach Boys once so pithily put it: “Wouldn’t it be nice to live together in the kind of world where we belong”. Well, yes,... continue
Parking Review
Interview
Paul Sharpe
At a time when newspaper headlines are dominated by spending cuts and the economic crisis, the role of enforcement in maximising collection of... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Jacobs is deploying bilingual bailiffs in Wales who are able to communicate in Welsh as well as English. This complies with the Welsh Language... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Swift has introduced a text messaging service, which sends payment prompts to debtors that have payment schedules. It also sends them reminder texts... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Bailiffs working for Dukes are being equipped with a lone worker device to offer them protection against attacks. Dukes has fitted the Crystal Ball... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Ross & Roberts has been awarded the ‘Beyond the Standard’ Bronze Investors in People (IiP) in recognition of its commitment to... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Task Enforcement, NSL’s debt recovery division, its internal recruitment policy has helped ensure the hiring high quality bailiffs. Rather than... continue
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
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