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270 - 25 September 2014: News
Parking Review
Letters
Roger Powell
A report by HM Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) suggests that the police have “almost given up” on car crime. T... continue
Categories: crime, police, DVLA
Parking Review
Letters
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... continue
Categories: enforcement, DVLA
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
How the 42 Crosby Street scheme will look
The shortage of parking spaces in New York is leading developers to sell garage spaces at prices that cost more per square foot than the luxury... continue
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
The 50-year-old ticket
When on holiday, besides buying souvenirs and taking photos, we pick up  pebbles from beaches, save menus from a restaurant and other objects to... continue
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
People often complain about confusing and wordy parking signs, but spare a thought for drivers in Culver City who were confronted with a sign that... continue
Parking Review
Mike Macey on...
Mike Macey
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 purp... continue
Parking Review
Viewpoint
Glynnis Jeavons and one of Walsall`s CEOs
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
Parking Review
Debates
DMUK`s Helen Dolphin with Portsmouth parking manager Michael Robinson
Portsmouth City Council’s investigations into Blue Badge fraud featured in a BBC One documentary series last month. The city council’s... continue
Parking Review
Viewpoint
A street party E17 style
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