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People News: Issue 206 2 May 2009

BPA freezes membership fees

The British Parking Association (BPA) has frozen its membership fees at 2008 levels to help companies cope during the economic downturn.

The association will instead draw on reserves. The BPA says this is possible because it has made sensible investments in recent years.

Patrick Troy, chief executive of the BPA, said: “Many members face a tough year with the economic climate forcing companies and local authorities alike to make some stark choices. This is not the time to be increasing...

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