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Payment systems
An app-based ‘one click’ parking payment service that turns a car into a parking sensor has been trialled in the City of Westminster,... continue
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Technology
Xerox has launched a performance management system that uses data analytics to help parking managers handle workloads and patrol routes. CitySight... continue
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IT
The London Borough of Harrow has been increasing its provision of services online, building on its experience of enabling web appeals against penalty... continue
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Profiles Lead Story
Deniz Huseyin
Over the past 30 years Nick Lester-Davis has established himself as a leading authority in the world of parking. With an encyclopedic knowledge of... continue
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Yellow Lines
The story of a new mother who found a parking penalty issued to her car in a hospital car park has become an online sensation in Australia. The... continue
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Enforcement News
Patrick McDonnell
The Traffic Penalty Tribunal has overturned a parking fine issued to a Plymouth driver because the restrictions shown on a par... continue
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Operational
Liverpool City Council’s decision to permanently axe all but four bus lanes has increased bus journey times and operatin... continue
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Operational
Parking problems associated with of Arsenal's stadium are among the reasons that Islington Council is consulting with resident... continue
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News Lead Story
Deniz Huseyin
London Tribunals’ online appeals service had to be temporarily shut down last month after a data protection flaw was discovered by a parking... continue
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Yellow Lines
Declan Tramley, like kids the world over, loves playing cops and robbers. So imagine his surprise when he ended up having to explain his actions to a... continue
Categories: enforcement, police
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
Residents in the picturesque city of Wells have taken to writing notes to drivers who have been deemed guilty of thoughtless parking. A motorist who... continue
Categories: enforcement, residents
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Yellow Lines
Police on the Isles of Scilly have launched a manhunt for a bogus traffic warden. The search started when a man went to the police station on the... continue
Categories: enforcement, police
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Enforcement News
Diplomatic missions and international organisations in the UK amassed 5,307 parking fines, totalling £536,289. This figure is dwarfed by 12... continue
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Business News
The Independent Parking Committee, a trade association for organisations operating parking on private land, has revealed that three organisations,... continue
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Enforcement News
Legal advice prepared for Citizens Advice Scotland suggests that parking charge notices of around £100 issued on private land are not legally... continue
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Enforcement News
A local authority parking team is using a blog written from the perspective of a civil enforcement officer as a way to educate motorists and give a... continue
Parking Review
Operational
The British Parking Association (BPA) has produced some advice on the use of body worn video in the parking sector. The information note covers the... continue
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Business News
Siemens has acquired UK enforcement provider Zenco Systems. The companies have worked on a number of joint technology projects in the UK, including... continue
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Letters
Patrick Troy, chief executive, British Parking Association
There is no such thing as a free parking space: someone has to pay for it. This is true everywhere: in town centres, at the beach and in the... continue
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Case Studies
Managing multiple small-scale inner city car parks is a challenge for operators. The University of Sheffield has implemented a Park Mark-inspired... continue
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