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News Lead Story: Issue 244 6 Jul 2012

New BPA president unveils Master Plan for Parking

Anjna Patel sets out priorities for 2012-13

Launching the Independent Appeals Service, which will listen to drivers’ complaints about enforcement in private car parks once wheel clamping is banned in England and Wales, is the biggest immediate challenge facing the British Parking Association (BPA), says its new president Anjna Patel.

The appeals service is a key element of the BPA's latest ‘Master Plan for Parking’, published yesterday. Patel unveiled the 2012-13 Master Plan for Parking at the House of Commons during...

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