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BPA celebrates 50th birthday in style

25 March 2022
A presidential selection: Nigel Williams, Anjna Patel, Paul Necus, Ashley Bijster, Alasdair Macmillan, Jade Neville, Richard Hein, Mike Marrs, Philip Hammer, Peter Guest, Nick Lester-Davis, Andrew Sampson, Alan Clark and Peter Lowe

 

The British Parking Association (BPA) staged a 50th anniversary party at the Dorchester in London on 24 March. The black tie event was attended by parking professionals from across the public and private sector, and saw a gathering of many past presidents and members of the association.

BPA president Mike Marrs told guests: “Our amazing membership community has shown a tremendous ability to evolve and support each other when the going gets tough. We should all be very proud. The BPA is more vibrant and relevant than ever.

“I want to recognise the incredible efforts of our council, board and staff team. Despite significant challenges, our association continues to evolve and innovate and remains perfectly placed for the next 50 years.”

Looking to the future, BPA chief executive Andrew Pester said: “We are working with our board and council members to develop a new strategic plan for the future which will further enhance our agile response to change and relevance in all that we do, underlining our commitment to innovation, offering more on-line services to members, and further improving member engagement. This will set the foundations for further transformation and help our modern association continue our journey towards an increasingly digital native future.”

Caron Fassetta, director of membership and communications, added: “It was a really amazing evening that allowed us to celebrate the past, while looking forward to all that’s coming our way in the future of parking.”

A presidential selection: Nigel Williams, Anjna Patel, Paul Necus, Ashley Bijster, Alasdair Macmillan, Jade Neville, Richard Hein, Mike Marrs, Philip Hammer, Peter Guest, Nick Lester-Davis, Andrew Sampson, Alan Clark and Peter Lowe

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