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269 - 30 August 2014: News
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
A three-year old wearing just a nappy drove a 4-wheel drive Jeep through an intersection and into the side of a neighbour’s house, before... continue
Categories: safety, Rest of World
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
Garage 52
A motorcycle workshop in India is thriving as a hub of activity, offering not only repairs and servicing but also parking, bike and scooter hire, art... continue
Categories: Rest of World
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
A French artist known as Le Cyklop has created a series of spray paintings on parking bollards. He paints parking posts yellow paint to make look... continue
Categories: safety, Europe
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
Lucky escape no.1: A driver who struggled to get out of a tight parking space found his car wedged between two buildings above a flight of... continue
Categories: safety, Rest of World
Parking Review
Viewpoint
Phil Grant
Phil Grant
My first job in the parking industry was working as a parking attendant back in 1999 for Bath & North East Somerset Council in the heritage city... continue
Parking Review
Viewpoint
James Gouge
James Gouge
Civil enforcement officers (CEOs) remain the foundation on which the parking sector is built. Without them, the UK's increasingly congested towns and... continue
Parking Review
Debates
Neil Herron
Neil Herron
As someone who came into the parking industry by accident rather than by design, I have witnessed many changes in the last decade. These changes have... continue
Parking Review
Viewpoint
Paul Sharpe
Paul Sharpe
Four months in and the wheels are still rolling; that is the obvious conclusion of the new world of debt recovery reforms that has come into being... continue
Parking Review
Debates
Patrick McDonnell
Health charities have condemned the tactics used by some private operators at hospital car parks across the country. The Daily Mail claimed... continue
Categories: charity, hospitals NHS
Parking Review
Letters
Paul Watters
It remains a constitutional anomaly that the Protection of Freedoms Act allows parking companies belonging to the British Park... continue
Categories: ANPR, enforcement, AA