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Issue 277 - 2 May 2015: Features
Seeking balance can be unfair

Seeking balance can be unfair
Michael Robinson

The current parking adjudication service is probably no longer fit for purpose. The cause of the problem, ironically, lies in a desire to promote a vision of the appeals services as being fair and impartial. The maintenance of a 50:50 outcome at the appeals stage is crucial to the appearance of the appeals service. Maintaining this means that the parking adjudication services uphold weak appeals and thus actually end up undermining the work done... continue

Car Crime
Park Mark: A secure brand

Park Mark: A secure brand
The Park Mark logo now appears on over 5,000 car parks across the UK, signalling to drivers that the facility displaying its distinctive... continue

Securing Dundee’s future

Securing Dundee’s future
Dundee City Council was an early adopter of the Safer Parking Scheme, joining in 2005. This was after the scheme was re-launched, having formerly... continue

A tick in the right box

A tick in the right box
The Safer Parking Scheme has been embraced by NCP. Britain’s largest parking operator regards the process of attaining Park Marks as helpful... continue