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Parking Review
Safer Parking
The Safer Parking Scheme team is now using a green car as part of its fleet. Graham Chapman (right), the London and Chilterns development manager,... continue
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Enforcement
Newcastle City Council has responsibility for more than 10,000 on- and off-street parking spaces across the city, including eight multi-storey car... continue
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Crime
The most effective use of CCTV is in tackling vehicle crime in car parks, according to new research for the Home Office. The review of 44 research... continue
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Letters
I am pleased to see that my article on Park Mark in February’s Parking?Review has caused a debate to open. Richard Hein at Winchester council... continue
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Debates
At CP Plus we see anything that raises the benchmark for our industry as a huge benefit. That’s why we fully support both the Park Marks and... continue
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Staff issues
Civil enforcement officers (CEOs) working for Chiltern District Council have been issued with lone worker communication devices. The council has... continue
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Safer Parking
Premier League team Bolton Wanderers has become the first football club to sign up to the Safer Parking Scheme. The car parks at the Reebok Stadium... continue
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Operational
London business leaders have condemned the prospect of monthly “go slow” demonstrations through central London by motorcyclists... continue
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People News
Bill Butler has been named as the new chief executive of the Security Industry Authority (SIA). SIA chairman Baroness Ruth Henig announced the... continue
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Safer Parking
Four more car parks in Bognor have attained Park Mark status. The Hotham Park, Regis Centre, Rack Garden and Lyon?Street car parks are all run by... continue
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Business News
Formed just one month ago to improve fairness and standards within the parking industry, the BPA Approved Operator Scheme Board has restated its... continue
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Training
Civil enforcement officers in Tunbridge Wells are now part of the ‘extended police family’ thanks to Community Safety Accreditation... continue
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Enforcement News
The British Parking Association has made significant changes to the Approved Operator Scheme (AOS), which seeks to encourage greater fairness in the... continue
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Debates
Richard Hein replies to Michael Robinson’s recent critique of the Safer Parking scheme I read the article in March’s Parking Review by... continue
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Crime
A woman from Greater Manchester who used her mother’s disabled badge because she was late for work has been ordered to pay £450,... continue
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Enforcement News
Patrick McDonnell
An Edinburgh man has been fined £800 for assaulting a parking attendant after receiving a penalty charge notice for parking on a yellow line... continue
Categories: crime, Scotland
Parking Review
Crime
Patrick McDonnell
A woman from Greater Manchester who used her mother’s disabled badge because she was late for work has been ordered to pay £450,... continue
Parking Review
Crime
Patrick McDonnell
Crime in car parks across Darlington, County Durham, has fallen to a record low thanks to CCTV monitoring, according to figures released by the... continue
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Staff issues
An Edinburgh man has been fined £800 for assaulting a parking attendant after receiving a penalty charge notice for parking on a yellow line... continue
Parking Review
Crime
Crime in car parks across Darlington, County Durham, has fallen to a record low thanks to CCTV monitoring, according to figures released by the... continue
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