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Debates: Issue 241 5 Apr 2012

The politics of parking

Patrick Troy discusses the BPA’s success in working with politicians and civil servants

The views and needs of the parking sector are being listened to by the coalition government, especially with regard to the enforcement of parking on private land and the regulation of bailiffs, insists Patrick Troy, BPA chief executive.

Troy said: “We have been able to take a lead in the argument. We have influenced the Bill, persuaded the government to make amendments,  demonstratingthat we can actually help the government.”

Troy has said it has been important to work with the...

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