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Parking Review
Business News
The most distinctive aspect of the media’s coverage of the announcement of the country’s first workplace parking levy (WPL) in Nottingham... continue
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Debates
Pictured are the injuries sustained by a civil enforcement officer (CEO) working for the London Borough of Haringey. Regrettably this is not an... continue
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Debates
A radical rethinking of front-line streetscene services could yield new benefits for residents and raise performance. Councils should adopt street by... continue
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People News
A man who has been a farrier to royalty is Metric Parking’s new salesman in the north of England. Patrick Beecroft has succeeded Richard... continue
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Enforcement News
Transport minister Sadiq Khan has announced that legislation to crack down on rogue parking firms will go before parliament in the autumn (PR... continue
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Clamping
The Automobile Association has stepped up calls to ban the clamping of cars parked on private land in England and Wales. The motoring group claims... continue
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Congestion
Nottingham City Council has received backing from the government for a workplace parking levy, which is earmarked to fund a £67m redevelopment... continue
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Congestion
The Department for Transport (DfT) will be retaining the requirement that local authorities must obtain approval from the secretary of state when... continue
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Developments
Parking standards for new office developments in outer London could be relaxed in an attempt to breathe new life into the sector. This is one of the... continue
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Hospitals
Residents living around the new Royal Derby Hospital are renting out their private parking spaces to staff working at the site, due to a parking... continue
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Staff issues
Rochdale and Edinburgh have become the latest authorities to sign up to NSL’s Partnership Plus scheme with local police services. Partnership... continue
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Yellow Lines
The worldwide economic meltdown is now starting to affect the public as well as the  sectors on both sides of the Atlantic. Faced with a growing... continue
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Yellow Lines
A true story, apparently Outside Bristol Zoo there is a car park for 150 cars and eight coaches. It was manned by a very pleasant attendant with a... continue
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Enforcement News
NSL Services Group and Westminster City Council have introduced six cycles into their on-street parking operation. The cycles provide an... continue
New Transit
Bus News Lead Story
Stagecoach Yorkshire have introduced a new travel scheme which aims to cut the amount of tax employees pay on their earnings.   The new... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement News
The Notting Hill Carnival, which took place over the August Bank Holiday weekend, posed parking and traffic management challenges across two central... continue
New Transit
Environment Lead Story
Andrew Garnett
FirstGroup is to incentives drivers at its UK bus division with a £2m reward pot for improved driving standards. The scheme is linked to the... continue
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People News
Fancy dress was the order of the day at the annual Metric Parking summer party, held in Swindon last month. Staff and their families were invited to... continue
New Transit
People
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport has welcomed Graeme McFaull, CEO of Wincanton, as its new president.  One of McFaull’s... continue
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