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An appeal to protect everyone’s freedoms

The BPA is arguing the case for an independent appeals service for parking on private land, says Kelvin Reynolds

The Protection of Freedoms Bill, which is likely to get Royal?Assent this spring, is set to ban the use of wheel clamps on private land in England and Wales. The British Parking Association (BPA) had initially argued the case for retaining clamping as a means of protecting the rights of private landowners as various as retailers, offices and churches. This argument has been lost, so the debate has moved on to how best to balance the interests of drivers and landowners when the main way of...

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