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264 - 28 March 2014: News
Parking Review
Letters
British Parking Association
Cash pay & display machines are the most commonplace and frequently used method of paying for parking. The advantage... continue
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Essy Eslamian and his eye-catching office furniture
Shappi Khorsandi connected immediately with the audience at the British Parking Awards, but seemed to forge a special bond with one member in... continue
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Rod Williamson
The most entertaining British Parking Awards entry, in terms of layout, was the team submission from City of Lincoln. Presented in the form of a... continue
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The Talking Parking Ticket
There was one entry it was sad not see short listed for the British Parking Awards final. That was The Talking Parking Ticket, invented by Costas... continue
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Nick Kibel about to have his cake...
While not competing in the awards, the fact that it was his 40th birthday meant that Nick Kibel of Bemrose Mobile left the Lancaster London with... continue
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Nouvelle Vague`s A Bande A Part
Music is a big part of the British Parking Awards. There is always a theme to the music that accompanies the winners as they walk to the stage. In... continue
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Debates
This summit understands the challenges that local authorities have in applying their parking management powers and that local authorities and the ... continue
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Debates
Robert Goodwill
Robert Goodwill
As any learner driver will tell you, parking is complex. We ask parking and traffic management to deliver a number of objectives in parallel and... continue