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Parking Review
Feature
Deniz Huseyin
THE manner in which unauthorised parking is tackled on private land will change significantly over the next year, predicts Costas Constantino, owner... continue
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News Lead Story
Deniz Huseyin
Six parking enforcement firms have been banned from receiving the details of vehicle keepers for at least three months. The DVLA imposed the ban... continue
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Case Studies
Mark Moran
One of Britain’s earliest multi-storey car parks is undergoing a dramatic transformation designed by architects Potter & Holmes. The Talbot... continue
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Case Studies
The 1,600-space multi-storey car park at Basildon University Hospital was built in 2008 at a cost of £8m. This investment paid off when it was... continue
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Case Studies
Macclesfield’s Jordangate multi-storey car park, owned by Cheshire County Council, has undergone an extensive refurbishment carried out by... continue
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Case Studies
The Queensgate shopping centre in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, has celebrated 30 years of service. The mall was opened by Queen Beatrix of the... continue
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Enforcement News
Brighton has extended its residents’ parking zones in the centre of the city in response to complaints from residents that they could not find... continue
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Operational
A scheme to help improve safety outside a number of Leicestershire schools is to include parking restrictions. Work near the Brocks Hill Primary,... continue
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Operational
Bournemouth is removing yellow lines from a number of streets in the south coast resort. The council has removed more than half-a-mile of lines in 16... continue
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Case Studies
Trevor Clark
The staff at traffic order specialist Buchanan Order Management (BOM) have long recommended that signs and markings be monitored or audited to ensure... continue
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Case Studies
Local government austerity measures have given many councils some difficult decisions to make in recent years, and retaining an effective and robust... continue
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News Lead Story
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Debates
Patrick Troy, chief executive of the British Parking Association (BPA), appeared on the BBC consumer programme Watchdog on 19 April to answer... continue
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Debates
Martin Cutts
Few things matter more in the parking industry than the legibility of signs and notices. Unless these are clear, motorists are likely to break the... continue
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Viewpoint
Grahame Rose
The Protection of Freedoms Bill, which is due to get Royal Asset in the spring, is set to introduce a number of changes for operators. One of the... continue
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Yellow Lines
Caught short dashing for le dernier Metro? We spend a lot of time promoting the concept of integrated transport, with smooth transitons between the... continue
Categories: safety, signs & lines
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
The Guardian recently posed the following question in its “Notes & Queries” section: Does anybody else suffer from ‘Empty Car... continue
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Technology
An electronic signing system that directs drivers to empty parking bays has been installed at the Grand Marche multi-storey car park in St Helier on... continue
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Letters
Mike Bracey
Your article in August, headed “Lorry controls will be flexible during Games”, stated that: “London Councils has agreed to more... continue
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Parking Policy
East Renfrewshire Council has commissioned consultant JMP to carry out a traffic regulation order (TRO) review to support the council’s... continue
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