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CP Plus will welcome an Independent Appeals Service

Grahame Rose

The Protection of Freedoms Bill, which is due to get Royal Asset in the spring, is set to introduce a number of changes for operators. One of the changes that will directly affect CP Plus and other car park operators going forward is the introduction of an Independent Appeals Service (IAS) for the private parking industry. The IAS will be run by an independent service provider following extensive consultation with many bodies in the parking sector and will be funded by members of the British...

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