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Parking Review
Parking Policy
Plans to bring in parking charges at two Royal Parks in London have won government backing. Margaret Hodge, minister for culture and tourism, has... continue
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Parking Policy
Parking standards for non-residential developments in England will be scrapped under new planning policy just published. Planning Policy Statement 4... continue
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Parking Policy
A consultation exercise in Bournemouth has found that free parking, reliable refuse collection and bowling-green maintenance are the least valued... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy
Westminster has refuted media claims that it plans to increase some on-street parking tariffs and extend the hours of enforcement in order to offset... continue
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Yellow Lines
Motorists were issued with fake penalty charge notices (PCNs) in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, on Christmas Day. The counterfeit PCNs were placed by a... continue
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Profiles
After 20 years of service to Newcastle City Council Neil Cuthbert left the authority at the end of 2009, having taken voluntary retirement. Cuthbert... continue
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Operational Lead Story
Gloucestershire County Council is set to increase residents’ parking permits from £62 a year to £80 over the next three years. The... continue
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Parking Policy
Camden council has introduced parking permits on its housing estates based on how much CO2 the vehicle emits. Under the DVLA’s ‘on-street... continue
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Parking Policy
Free parking permits for environmentally friendly vehicles are being introduced in Lambeth. From April 2010 the £30 permit for the lowest... continue
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Cover Story
The weather is chilly again, and with it comes the season for coughs, colds and maybe even a dose of flu. If you’ve been unlucky enough to be... continue
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Enforcement News Lead Story
Limousine hire companies whose chaffeurs park and wait outside Arsenal’s stadium on matchdays look set to be issued with anti-social behaviour... continue
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Letters
There is a good case for arguing that inter-urban roads could be financed by road charges. One point that needs to be included in this debate is... continue
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Enforcement News
London's local authorities now have powers to coordinate works better. Eighteen London councils and Transport for London (TfL), have been granted... continue
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Editorial
When over 400 cars were abandoned in Basingstoke by drivers caught in heavy snow falls on 21 December the vulnerability of Britain’s road... continue
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Parking Policy
Parking charges in a Nottingham borough are to be cut four months after they were introduced, following protests by traders and residents. Gedling... continue
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Enforcement News
The DfT has reversed its policy on 20mph speed limits by endorsing their implementation across large areas of residential streets without the need... continue
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Enforcement News
Bournemouth’s mobile CCTV scheme has resulted in nearly 800 penalty charges notices (PCNs) being issued for dangerous and anti-social parking... continue
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Operational
Blackpool Council has launched a bike hire scheme as part of its government-backed town cycling initiative. So far nine ‘hubs’ have been... continue
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Crime
Drivers of high-sided trade vehicles such as vans and lorries have been warned that they face fines in Hackney, north London, for parking their... continue
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Operational
Kent County Council is seeking powers to temporarily close roads to allow for filming. The authority received approval from all three political... continue
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