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Articles: Issue 235 30 Sep 2011

NCP: A national service

National Car Parks’ Jo Cooper believes enhancing the company’s physical, human and digital assets benefits clients and landlords alike

National Car Parks, or NCP, has long been shorthand for car parking in Britain. Even after having undergone several changes of ownership, the  sale of its long leases and freehold sites and a de-merger in 2007 from on-street services arm NSL, NCP remains one of the UK’s biggest parking operators.

Now owned by Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund, NCP operates around 800 sites across the country, of which over 100 are ones it rented back from property investors who purchased the...

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