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Parking Review
Business News
Judicial Review listens to Proserve dispute with DVLA  An enforcement company has argued in court that it should be given access to vehicle... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy
John de Waal, the barrister who drafted an opinion on parking on private land for the RAC Foundation, will represent motorist Barry Beavis at the... continue
Parking Review
News Lead Story
Mark Moran
The British Parking Association is stepping up its campaign to encourage the government to regulate off-street parking. The BPA is arguing the case... continue
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Debates
Caroline Hamilton
The cover story on Parking Review’s May issue, ‘Seeking balance can be unfair’, demonstrated... continue
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Letters
Michael Green, ChallengeTheFine
The Court of Appeal has ruled that private parking tickets are lawful. If this ruling is left unto... continue
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Letters
Will Hurley and John Davies, directors, Independent Parking Committee
Since the Independent Parking Committee’s launch in August 2013 we have made great strides i... continue
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Crime
A south London man was given a suspended jail sentence after fraudulently attempting to evade parking tickets. Nathan Grant from Streatham appealed... continue
Categories: appeals, crime, enforcement
Parking Review
Enforcement News
Deniz Huseyin
A parking adjudicator was wrong to reject an appeal relating to a suspended bay, a High Court judge has decided. The case was taken to Judicial... continue
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People News
Malcolm Daughtrey has joined the Independent Parking Committee (IPC) in the new role of business development manager.  “My role within IPC... continue
Categories: appeals, enforcement, people
Parking Review
News Lead Story
Mark Moran
The British Parking Association (BPA) is arguing that there is a need to end the current situation where there are two trade bodies for the private... continue
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
The ParkingEye vs Beavis case prompted Ross Clark, a columnist in The Spectator, to call the practice of issuing parking charges for overstaying in... continue
Categories: appeals, enforcement
Parking Review
IT
Imperial Civil Enforcement Solutions (ICES) has worked with Peterborough City Council’s parking team to refine the capabilities of a dedicated... continue
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IT
Parking correspondence software developer Barbour Logic launched a customer-facing version of its Response Master system at Parkex. Response Master... continue
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Cover Story
Michael Robinson
The current parking adjudication service is probably no longer fit for purpose. The cause of the problem, ironically, lies in a desire to promote a... continue
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Enforcement News
The British Parking Association (BPA) has appointed Ombudsman Services to run POPLA (Parking on Private Land Appeals), the appeals service that... continue
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Enforcement News
An online campaign that is seeking to stop the DVLA selling vehicle keeper details to private parking companies has amassed over 45,000... continue
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Enforcement News
Deniz Huseyin
All parking fines issued at the visitor attraction Chiswick House in west London are invalid due to “an administrative error”, the London... continue
Parking Review
Enforcement News
Deniz Huseyin
Canterbury City Council has rejected an adjudicator’s ruling that it had misinterpreted traffic regulation orders (TROs) for the St Lawrence... continue
Parking Review
British Parking Awards Lead Story
Beth Rutherford joined Ealing Parking Services as an apprentice six years ago and is now identified as one of Ealing’s ‘Future... continue
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