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276 - 7 April 2015: News
Parking Review
British Parking Awards
(l-r) Gary Lee, Lee Goodes and Paul Connolly (APCOA),  Steve Bogg, Martin Draper and 
Paul Buckley (HAL) and Phil Wills (APCOA)
Heathrow Terminal 2’s massive car park has over 1,500 parking spaces and its control room now looks after more than 23,000 parking spaces... continue
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Michael Robinson, Simon Moon, Ade, Philippe Cherpin (SIX Payment Systems, sponsor) and Nicola Waight
Portsmouth Park & Ride acts as a gateway to the city, and as means of reducing congestion. The 663-space surface facility opened on 5 April 2014... continue
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Manny Rasores (jury member), Marcus Brodin (FES) and Tim Duke (NCP) with Ade Adepitan
Britain’s largest parking operator NCP is upgrading lighting across its estate, replacing old light fittings with 66,000 energy efficient LED... continue
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Parkopedia’s Christina Onesiroan Martinez
Parkopedia is an online parking encyclopaedia that allows drivers to find the closest parking to their destination, telling them how much it will... continue
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Chris Whapples, Russell Simmons and Jeff Jones with Ade
The mission of the British Parking Association Structures and Asset Management Special Interest Group (SAMSIG) is to make sure car parks remain safe... continue
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Annette Bonner and Lorna Day (Kent), Robin Chantrill-Smith (Thanet), Simon Blundell (Tunbridge Wells), Faye Wilson (Maidstone & Swale) and Andy Westwood (Kent) with Ade
The Parking Safety Project was developed by the South East Parking Group and Kent County Council Transport Planning to help schools counter dangerous... continue
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Michael Darby, Teena Khatun,
Terry Collins, Mirsad Bakalovic
Anita Haylock, Colin Sims, Lolita Muhammad, Stephen Willie and Norman Rabess with Ade
The east London borough of Tower Hamlets is taking a customer focused approach to parking that seeks to meet needs of residents and businesses,... continue
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Allhallows was a tired 1960s car park that faced demolition. However, Bedford Borough Council had a vision for it becoming a gateway to the town... continue
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Metric’s Richard Boultbee, Penny Winder of Alpha Parking and Ade
Retailers recognise the benefit in providing ‘free’ parking for their customers as this is seen as a value added experience for their... continue
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Allen Herve, Kelle Akala, Chloe Tovey, John Denton (Q-Park, sponsor), Paul Symonds, Beverley Pharo, David Bryce-Smith, Ben Stephens and Vinit Shukle with Ade
The London Boroughs of Bromley and Bexley have created a shared parking service with the aim of improving customer experience by sharing best... continue
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The ‘Don’t Park Here’ music video saw 1,000 pupils from across Cambridgeshire promote safer parking around schools. Cambr... continue
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Westminster’s streets are no longer patrolled by civil enforcement officers (CEOs). Instead the streets are walked by marshals who are briefed... continue
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Portsmouth has made prosecuting Blue Badge cheats a priority. People who use stolen, fake or ‘borrowed’ Blue Badges are breaking the law... continue