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Parking Review
Developments
Patrick McDonnell
Construction work is set to start on a £65m office development in Glasgow city centre, more than a year after it secured planning permission.... continue
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Enforcement
Michael Brady
Buses are a vital element of the transport infrastructure of many cities across the UK. Many now feature dedicated bus lanes and measures such as bus... continue
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Technology
A version of SignPlot that can spell check traffic signs and determine how big they should was launched at Parkex and Traffex 2013. Simon Morgan,... continue
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Yellow Lines
Cambridge can lay claim to having the shortest double yellow lines in the country, with one set measuring just over a foot in length. The 33cm... continue
Parking Review
Developments
Proposals have been put forward for a £35m revamp of the Elliot’s Field Retail Park, near Rugby, in Warwickshire. The plans include... continue
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Construction
One of Lincoln's largest car parks is to close for five months to allow the second phase of a refurbishment plan. The 458-space Lucy Tower car... continue
Parking Review
Developments
Parking spaces for 400 vehicles features in plans by Inverclyde Council to revitalise Gourock town centre. The project includes a new one-way system,... continue
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Payment systems
Phone parking has been introduced at a leisure centre in Camberley, Surrey, to differentiate between non-paying leisure centre members and casual... continue
Parking Review
Operational
Work has started on a new parking guidance system in Weston-super-Mare to show drivers available parking spaces in town centre and seafront car... continue
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Operational
Over 1,500 children from 38 schools across the boroughs of Kensington & Chelsea and Hammersmith & Fulham took part in a project to design a... continue
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Enforcement News
Cornwall Council has branded a Liskeard barber a safety risk after he warned motorists about civil enforcement officers (CEOs) by using a megaphone.... continue
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News Lead Story
Deniz Huseyin
Claims that fines may have been unlawfully issued for parking suspension offences because signage was not authorised by the Department for Transport... continue
Parking Review
Parking Policy
The over-provision of traffic signs can have a detrimental impact on the environment and causing information overload for drivers, warns the... continue
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Viewpoint
Chris Fry
The Cabrini Report exposes a surprising series of failings in one of the fundamental services required by disabled motorists, says Chris Fry, founder... continue
Parking Review
Letters
Steve Brown
Like many parking professionals, I sat up with bated breath and watched Parking Mad, the first mainstream parking documentary for some time.... continue
Parking Review
Operational
An extra £3.9m is to be invested in Scotland’s cycling infrastructure over the next two years. The money was announced by the Scottish... continue
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Operational
Concerns about safety of children at William Hogarth and St Mary’s Catholic School, in, west London, has led to a petition being launched... continue
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Awards
Q-Park has been awarded a European Standards Parking Award (ESPA) for their recently refurbished Chinatown car park, Soho. It recently refurbished... continue
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Developments
Three Cornish bays sell for grand total of £160k Three residents parking bays put up for auction in St Ives have sold for £160,000. Five... continue
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Articles
Patrick McDonnel
During the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics 6,900 penalty charge notices (PCNs) were issued for traffic and parking contraventions relating to the... continue
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