Latest news:
[Revert to latest issue]

[List view] | [Standard view]
Issue 270 - 25 September 2014: Opinion
Creating a garden city one parking bay at time

Creating a garden city one parking bay at time
Mark Moran
Parking bays around the world are being turned into gardens, bike clinics, performance spaces, art installations and even health clinics. Created as... continue

Mike Macey on...
Why the British Parking Awards matter

Why the British Parking Awards matter
Mike Macey
The British Parking Awards lunch is a fun event, but while the presenters inject a degree of humour into the proceedings, there is a clear purpose... continue

Debates
Portsmouth patrols were a positive parking programme

Portsmouth patrols were a positive parking programme
Portsmouth City Council’s investigations into Blue Badge fraud featured in a BBC One documentary series last month. The city council’s... continue

Letters

Contrary to popular belief, the police have not given up on car crime
Roger Powell

A report by HM Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) suggests that the police have “almost given up” on car crime. The BBC described “a devastating report for the police”, quoting the Inspector who led... continue

UK residents must register cars imported from EU
Naveed Ahmed

I read an article in the September edition of Parking Review about untraceable overseas motorists with interest and just wanted to point out the article stating that the EU allows European vehicles to drive on UK roads for... continue

Viewpoint
Walsall launches Parking Awareness days

Walsall launches Parking Awareness days
Glynnis Jeavons
Our first ‘Parking Awareness’ day, held last month, was the first in what will be a regular series of meetings which seek to build a... continue

My neighbours love to party on the street

My neighbours love to party on the street
Deniz Huseyin
Besides bringing together neighbours, street parties show what life might be like in a less car-dominated world. The street where I live in... continue