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Enforcement News Lead Story: Issue 247 5 Oct 2012

Appeals team prepares for private land hearings

by Mark Moran

Transport minister Norman Baker launched the British Parking Association’s new independent appeals service for private land at the organisation’s annual conference on 27 September.

The BPA has appointed London Councils to operate the new appeals service, which will be called Parking on Private Land Appeals (POPLA).

The new service will commence on 27 October, about a month after the banning of most wheel clamping on private land in England and Wales on 1 October under the Protection...

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