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Parking Review
Payment systems
Harlow District Council in Essex has upgraded its Cale BriParc pay & display machines, switching existing MP102 units with the more advanced... continue
Parking Review
Payment systems
Richard Parsons
Parking enforcement and payment systems have probably changed more in the last five years than they did in the previous 20 years. With this point in... continue
Parking Review
Payment systems
Cale Briparc has supplied pay & display terminals for use in Northumbria’s Kielder Water & Forest Park, the largest man-made park in... continue
Parking Review
Payment Systems Lead Story
Bedford Borough Council is now offering drivers the chance to pay for pay & display parking using credit cards. The council now has two Cale... continue
Parking Review
Contracts
The Port of Dover has upgraded pay & display terminals as part of improvements to public parking. The new machines are Cale BriParc MPC... continue
Parking Review
Payment systems
Colchester Borough Council has become the first parking operator to install Cale’s new WebTerminal pay stations in the UK. Five WebTerminal... continue
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Awards
Terry Wogan, Tom Baker and Ozzy Osbourne will all be presenting the British Parking Awards 2010, yet only one person will be in the spotlight.... continue
Parking Review
Technology
A task force to develop a guidance document on how to procure pay & display equipment has been launched by the British Parking... continue
Parking Review
Payment systems
Cale BriParc has developed a series of pay & display machines designed to be linked to the internet. The Cale WebTerminals have a number of new... continue
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Technology
Solar-powered pay & display machines were deployed on moveable ‘islands’ by St Edmundsbury Borough Council as a means of providing... continue
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Technology
Almost as soon as the automobile was invented it became clear that there were many places where demand for parking spaces outstripped supply —... continue
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Business News
A guide to how to select the right pay on foot system has been published by the British Parking Association (BPA). Buyers and specifiers are given... continue
Parking Review
Parkex
Cale BriParc will be exhibiting  a series of machines which are designed to be linked to the internet at Parkex 2009 (Stand P200). The Cale... continue
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Awards
The shortlist for the British Parking Awards has been revealed. These are the entries which have most impressed the judging panel and which now will... continue
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Parking Review
Awards
Top political correspondent and, following Strictly Come Dancing, national treasure John Sergeant will be the host of this year’s British... continue
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Awards
The deadline for submissions to the ?British Parking Awards 2009 has been extended to Monday 12 January. The extension has become a traditional... continue
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Payment systems
St Edmundsbury Borough Council deployed solar pay & display machines on concrete plinths as a means of providing customer support during the... continue
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Business News
Portsmouth City Council is converting all its pay & display parking machines to environmentally friendly solar power. Half of the 300 parking... continue
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People News
Pay-on-foot and pay & display system supplier Cale BriParc has appointed John Hawes as business development manager.... continue
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