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JustPark enters on-street payment sector

JustPark enters on-street payment sector
Mark Moran

JustPark is to expand its off-street parking solution and enter the cashless on-street market, the company’s founder and CEO Anthony Eskinazi has revealed to Parking Review. JustPark has spent the last decade building up a service that enables drivers to book off-street parking spaces,... continue

4 May 2017Parking Review News

UK Parking Control says it will contest £1m VAT bill
Mark Moran

Operator UK Parking Control (UKPC) has paid HM Revenues and Customs over £1m in relation to a disputed VAT bill, but has signalled its intention to contest the claims in court.  UKPC specialises in the management of off-street parking and is particularly active in the retail sector. The... continue

4 May 2017Parking Review News
ZatPark enters on-street market

ZatPark enters on-street market
Mark Moran

Parking management software provider ZatPark has announced its move into the on-street... continue

4 May 2017Parking Review News
CitiPark launches low-emission discount

CitiPark launches low-emission discount

Parking operator CitiPark has introduced a new parking tariff based on the emissions of the vehicles parking at its Clipstone Street site within... continue

30 Apr 2017Parking Review News

ParkCloud offers pre-booked parking at Aberdeen Airport

Parking reservation service ParkCloud is now offering spaces at car parks at Aberdeen Airport. Serving over 3.8 million passengers in 2015, Aberdeen is the third largest airport in Scotland and 14th largest in the UK. With an average 7.8% growth per annum since 2012, recent developments include the... continue

30 Apr 2017Parking Review News

Bouwfonds pays £210m for car park investment portfolio

A property portfolio business comprising car parks in the UK, France, Germany, the Netherlands and Spain has been sold for over €250m (£210m ).  Bouwfonds Investment Management (Bouwfonds IM) is acquiring the car park portfolio from special property fund Bouwfonds European Real... continue

30 Apr 2017Parking Review News

German investment company launches European parking property fund

A German investment company has launched a specialist parking property portfolio. Munich-based investment manager Catella Real Estate has launched a new real estate alternative investment fund called Catella Parken Europa. The fund has an equity target of €200m and will invest in parking... continue

30 Apr 2017Parking Review News

International Parking Community membership reaches 100 mark

Membership of The International Parking Community (IPC) has now reached 100. The IPC, which was launched in 2013, is a DVLA accredited trade association, which enables its members to access vehicle keeper data when seeking to enforce parking charge notices issued on private land. The IPC was... continue

30 Apr 2017Parking Review News

CP Plus is first parking company to adopt Surveillance Camera Code self-assessment

CP Plus claims to be the first car parking management company in England and Wales to have successfully completed the Surveillance Camera Code (SCC) self-assessment process.  The SCC sets out 12 guiding principles identified by the Home Office and Surveillance Camera Commissioner that seek to... continue

30 Apr 2017Parking Review News
Bosch and Daimler believe automation will make cars available to non-drivers

Bosch and Daimler believe automation will make cars available to non-drivers

Car-maker Daimler and technology company Bosch are to work together on developing a fully automated driverless system by the start of the next decade. The two German companies believe driverless vehicles will be able to act as shared urban resources and be used by both non-car owners and non-drivers... continue

30 Apr 2017Parking Review News
BluepointLondon signs green energy for Source London charge points

BluepointLondon signs green energy for Source London charge points

BluepointLondon and SSE Energy have signed a renewable energy agreement for the Source London EV network. All the energy powering Source London charge points will now be sourced exclusively from either wind or hydro.   BluepointLondon will work with SSE... continue

28 Apr 2017Parking Review News

RingGo reports data breach to Information Commissioner

An update of a parking payment app left some users seeing details of other drivers’ accounts after cashless parking provider RingGo released a new version of its iPhone app on 11 April.  The company said that on 16 April a problem emerged in the way the new app addressed the database... continue

17 Apr 2017Parking Review News
Councils are ‘inconsistent when handling PCN challenges', claims Press Association

Councils are ‘inconsistent when handling PCN challenges', claims Press Association

Drivers’ chances of successfully challenging penalty charge notices (PCNs) varies significantly across the country, suggests research conducted by the Press Association (PA). While English local authorities approve only one in 10 appeals against on-street PCNs, others accept nearly every challenge, reports the PA, which... continue

30 Apr 2017Parking Review News

Scottish court says motorist must pay £24,500 private parking debt

A motorist who ignored parking restrictions because she did not believe parking charges were valid in law is now faced with a £24,500 bill following a judgment from The Scottish Court Service.  Carly Mackie ignored hundreds of parking notices for leaving her car at Dundee’s... continue

30 Apr 2017Parking Review News
Scottish councils generate a £40.3m parking surplus, say RAC Foundation

Scottish councils generate a £40.3m parking surplus, say RAC Foundation

Local authorities in Scotland made a £40.3m surplus  from their parking activities in 2015-16, according to analysis conducted for the RAC Foundation. This is 12% higher than in the 2014-15 financial year when £36.1m was reported. Data analysed for the RAC... continue

30 Apr 2017Parking Review News
Parking & Property 2017 speaker line-up revealed

Parking & Property 2017 speaker line-up revealed

Parking and property professionals have long lived by the mantra ‘location, location, location’. But while location remains important, the era of data analytics and connected cars... continue

5 May 2017Parking Review News

BPA publishes new 5-year plan

The British Parking Association (BPA) launched its new five-year strategy at Parkex 2016. The plan, which covers 2017-22, sets out how the association will seek to represent and promote the sector by advancing knowledge, raising standards and professionalism and using its influence. This is the... continue

10 Apr 2017Parking Review News
Cosentino joins Zatpark team

Cosentino joins Zatpark team

Michael Cosentino has joined parking IT specialist Zatpark to the new role of local authority business... continue

30 Apr 2017Parking Review News
Park Consult teams up with People and Places

Park Consult teams up with People and Places

Park Consult and The People & Places Partnership have come together to form People, Place & Parking Process. The People & Places Partnership are specialists in the... continue

30 Apr 2017Parking Review News
Brown leaves Equita after a decade

Brown leaves Equita after a decade

Steve Brown has left civil enforcement agency Equita after 10 years to pursue new opportunities. Brown has been the bailiff... continue

30 Apr 2017Parking Review News
Bristow & Sutor appoints Harling

Bristow & Sutor appoints Harling

Stephanie Harling has joined Bristow & Sutor’s client development management team, where she will work with local... continue

30 Apr 2017Parking Review News
Allen is new WPS service manager

Allen is new WPS service manager

Parking equipment manufacturer WPS has appointed Mike Allen as national service manager. Allen joins WPS from Gilgen Door... continue

30 Apr 2017Parking Review News
Boultbee heads up IPS in UK

Boultbee heads up IPS in UK

Richard Boultbee has left Metric Group to become executive director of IPS (UK), the British operation of... continue

30 Apr 2017Parking Review News
Pester is BPA’s new chief executive

Pester is BPA’s new chief executive

The British Parking Association’s chief operating officer Andrew Pester has become the organisation’s chief executive on a... continue

10 Apr 2017Parking Review News
British Water publishes code of practice for assessing sustainable drainage systems

British Water publishes code of practice for assessing sustainable drainage systems

British Water, the UK water industry’s representative body, has published a code of practice for assessing surface water treatment technologies, including those for run-off from car parks and roads. The introduction of sustainable drainage systems (SuDS) as a planning requirement across the UK on new developments (and... continue

30 Apr 2017Parking Review News

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