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Low Emission Zone enforcement begins in Edinburgh

Low Emission Zone enforcement begins in Edinburgh

A scheme that restricts the most polluting vehicles entering the city centre of Edinburgh is now being enforced.   A Low Emissions Zone (LEZ) was introduced in Edinburgh on 31 May 2022, along with LEZs in Glasgow, Aberdeen, and Dundee, restricting the most polluting vehicles. In Edinburgh, a... continue

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3 Jun 2024Parking Review News

Work on Edinburgh’s workplace parking charge stopped

Plans to introduce a workplace parking levy (WPL) scheme plan in Edinburgh have been suspended after councillors voted against paying £100,000 to develop a final proposal for the project following a public consultation. City of Edinburgh Council has been studying the case for a workplace... continue

24 May 2024Parking Review News
Corrie becomes MD of JustPark, UK

Corrie becomes MD of JustPark, UK

JustPark has announced the promotion of Mary Corrie to managing director of JustPark, UK. In this new role, Corrie will be... continue

14 May 2024Parking Review News
Croydon proposes new Healthy School Streets

Croydon proposes new Healthy School Streets

Croydon Council is consulting residents on a proposal to introduce six new Healthy School Streets to improve road safety around schools and encourage pupils to walk, cycle... continue

8 May 2024Parking Review News
Car club barriers faced by disabled people to be investigated

Car club barriers faced by disabled people to be investigated

The barriers facing disabled people in accessing car clubs are to be investigated by national shared transport charity Collaborative Mobility UK (CoMoUK) in partnership with transport research consultancy TRL. CoMoUK and TRL have been given a... continue

8 May 2024Parking Review News
APCOA's Challis to lead West London business action group

APCOA's Challis to lead West London business action group
Mark Moran

West London Business has announced that Kim Challis,... continue

3 May 2024Parking Review News
Marrs is new British Parking Association vice president

Marrs is new British Parking Association vice president

Mike Marrs has been named as the vice president of the British Parking Association for 2024-25. The appointment follows a vote of the BPA Council. Marrs will take over responsibilities from Richard Walker, who becomes... continue

3 May 2024Parking Review News
European posting for BPA's Jefferies

European posting for BPA's Jefferies
Mark Moran

Yasmin Jefferies, the British Parking Association’s business development manager, has joined the... continue

3 May 2024Parking Review News
1 May 2024Parking Review News
Op de Beeck to step down as APCOA CEO

Op de Beeck to step down as APCOA CEO
Mark Moran

Philippe Op de Beeck will be stepping down as chief executive of European parking operator APCOA. Bert Pijls... continue

1 May 2024Parking Review News
Hospital multi-storey opens up development options

Hospital multi-storey opens up development options

University Hospitals of the North Midlands (UHNM) NHS Trust officially opened its new staff car park in Newcastle-under-Lyme. The car park has 1,680 spaces for staff, including 84 for electric... continue

1 May 2024Parking Review News

Green light for Derby hospital plan

Plans for a car park and a shuttle bus service to serve the Royal Derby Hospital have been approved. The 368-space park & ride system at Kingsway Boulevard will be in place for up to two years while a new multi-storey is built. The bus would run every 20 minutes with the site operating from 8am... continue

1 May 2024Parking Review News

Oxfordshire’s new P&R mothballed until access road funding secured

Oxfordshire County Council has completed work on a £51m park & ride site, but has yet to secure funding for an access road. The funding to construct the road in and out of the 850-space car park in Eynsham, Oxfordshire, has not yet been secured. The car park, located off the A40, was... continue

1 May 2024Parking Review News

Cornish parking charge changes
Mark Moran

The cost of seasonal parking tickets in Cornwall have been cut by 50% to help make parking more affordable for those who need to park regularly in a council car park. Available to drivers who live in Cornwall for at least six months of the year, the Resident Season Ticket can be bought to cover a... continue

1 May 2024Parking Review News

Cash to continue at some York car parks
Mark Moran

Cash payments will continue in two York City Council car parks after resident feedback. During consultation on plans to go cashless, several responses from the public explained why they need to pay by cash. The council has thus agreed that Bootham Row and Castle car parks will continue to accept... continue

1 May 2024Parking Review News
A new vision for parking in Buckinghamshire

A new vision for parking in Buckinghamshire
Mark Moran

Buckinghamshire Council has unveiled a new strategy for parking across the county. The policy document starts to align the... continue

1 May 2024Parking Review News

BBFI reports surge in fake Blue Badges
Mark Moran

Blue Badge Fraud Investigation (BBFI) has reported a notable increase in counterfeit French disabled Blue Badges appearing in London. The specialist fraud investigation company said individuals are illicitly using permits which seem to have been produced in both China and the UK to unlawfully... continue

1 May 2024Parking Review News

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