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267 - 27 June 2014: News
Parking Review
Viewpoint
Nick Lester
Nick Lester
The 1950s was the golden age of parking. You could park where you wanted, when you wanted, without difficulty and it was all free! Like so many... continue
Parking Review
Debates
Graham Williams
It’s grossly unrepresentative for sections of the media to keep judging all outsourced service providers by the results... continue
Parking Review
Viewpoint
Gavin Mullen
For decades The John Lewis Partnership has set new standards in excellence in UK retail. Whether it is their department stores or Waitrose food... continue
Parking Review
Viewpoint
Graham Rose
Grahame Rose
The end of wheel clamping in most off-street locations means that parking management companies are embracing new ways of ensuring drivers comply with... continue
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
Seoul`s pink bays
Mark Moran
The misconception that women are not as good at driving or parking as men seems to be prelevant in many cultures. The most recent example of this... continue
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
The film All the Presidents Men told the story of Watergate
Deniz Huseyin
The underground car park used by Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward to meet the anonymous source known as “Deep Throat” is to be... continue
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
The misspellings and bad grammar of road sign-makers and painters is something that amuses news editors the world over. A conspicuous one was a road... continue
Categories: signs & lines, NCP
Parking Review
Mike Macey on...
Mike Macey
Mike Macey
Highways vs. Parking. The title of this article sums up how it can often feel as if two key areas of traffic and kerbside management are at... continue
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
A calmer chameleon
Civil enforcement agency Equita advertises itself as ‘the natural choice’, a theme that sees its marketing literature and adverts feature... continue
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
ICES`s comic strip creation
Imperial Civil Enforcement Solutions (ICES) has a track record of creating themed stands at Parkex. Recent years have seen the IT, training and... continue
Categories: enforcement, staff, Imperial
Parking Review
Viewpoint
Nick Lester
Think of Texas and what do you get? Big cities, big cars, big freeways, big skies. And the same is true of parking events, as was shown at the annual... continue
Parking Review
Letters
Trevor Clark
Trevor Clark
Unfortunately the ‘Parkex 2014 Preview’ item titled “Mapping parking in a digital world” in the June Parking Review does not... continue
Parking Review
Letters
Sarah Anglim
Sarah Anglim
Valet parking is a service designed to eliminate the need for customers or guests to park their own vehicles. Whether at a hotel, restaurant or... continue
Parking Review
Letters
Mike Bracey
I read with interest your article “Mad about the bays” in the June edition of Parking Review and decided to watch the Parking Mad TV... continue
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
Starling is a suspected arsonist
A spate of car fires in the Orkney Islands have been caused by birds nesting in vehicle engine compartments. Four recorded blazes took place on the... continue
Categories: Scotland