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Parking Review
Awards
Mark Moran
London Councils won two awards for the introduction of the country’s first city-wide two-tier “differential” parking penalty... continue
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Parking Review
Letters
Danny Chalkley
Last year proved to be a characteristically eventful one for Westminster’s Parking Service as we continued to deliver further improvements for... continue
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Letters
Mike Bracey
A “sinister” implication of the 20-minute loading rule as applied in London has now surfaced. Whilst attending the recent Central London... continue
Parking Review
Technology
Mark Moran
Westminster City Council is committed to the offering drivers cashless street parking, rolling out on-street zones within which drivers either able... continue
Parking Review
Procurement
Mark Moran
A patchwork of mobile parking systems is growing up nationwide, with rival companies and various councils setting up their own registration... continue
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Enforcement News
Deniz Huseyin
A parking attendant kept his cool when confronted by an angry mother in Hampstead, London, during the filming of the BBC1 documentary Road Rage.... continue
Parking Review
Staff issues
A chauffeur assaulted a parking attendant after being told to move while parked on double yellow lines. At West London Magistrates Court in... continue
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Parking Policy
Deniz Huseyin
An annual parking charge of £200 is to be introduced for London Borough of Haringey staff who drive to work. This forms part of the... continue
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Enforcement News
Patrick McDonnell
Bilateral or multilateral treaties to allow cross-border enforcement of traffic and penalty fines in the EU was among the proposals discussed at a... continue
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Business News
Deniz Huseyin
APCOA Parking has pulled out of a major on-street parking contract with the London Borough of Croydon. The firm walked away from the seven-year deal,... continue
Parking Review
Mike Macey on...
Mike Macey
Under the Traffic Management Act 2004 (TMA) there is an (arguably simplistic) assumption that more detailed and freely available local authority... continue
Parking Review
Business News
Westminster City Council celebrated its 500,000th pay-by-phone transaction by giving a day of free parking at 200 pay-by-phone “golden”... continue
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Safer Parking
The London Borough of Barnet has approved measures to combat anti-social behaviour at its Stanhope Road car park. The improvements include... continue
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Enforcement News
Deniz Huseyin
London boroughs are best placed to pilot moving traffic and parking powers because they are better at securing the local legislation required,... continue
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Enforcement News
A major scaling down of clamping is to be introduced by the London Borough of Haringey. The new policy means that only persistent parking offenders... continue
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Enforcement News
A new database enabling parking attendants in London to identify blue badge misuse and fraud is being trialled. The system, developed by London... continue
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Marketing
Mark Moran
Car Free Day, held on 21 September, has become an annual event in many towns and cities across Europe. While eco-politics can sometimes seem a bit... continue
Parking Review
Letters
Manny Rasores de Toro
I want to share my thoughts on an Islington Council initiative for parking enforcement, as reported in July’s Parking Review. As someone who... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement
Gordon Bell
You may ask whether this is not premature given that, as the new differential charges have only been in place since 1 July. The reason is simple. The... continue
Parking Review
Procurement
Geoff Dudley
The London Partners in Parking (PiP) initiative involves collaboration across local authority boundaries within one city. PiP seeks to harmonise... continue
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