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Ealing to enforce Low Traffic Neighbourhoods using cameras

Ealing to enforce Low Traffic Neighbourhoods using cameras
Mark Moran

Ealing Council is to enforce its trial Low Traffic Neighbourhood (LTN) measures using cameras. The LTNs are designed to minimise non-local traffic using quieter residential... continue

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26 Nov 2020Parking Review News
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25 Nov 2020Parking Review News
‘Tis the season to be jolly careful’ - PM

‘Tis the season to be jolly careful’ - PM
Mark Moran

National coronavirus restrictions will come end on 2 December, with England returning to local tiers, the Prime Minister... continue

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24 Nov 2020Parking Review News
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Council highways teams urged to prepare for winter

Council highways teams urged to prepare for winter
Mark Moran

Local authorities are being advised to stock-up on salt and grit to keep key routes open. Roads Minister Baroness Vere has called upon local authorities across the country to ensure key transport... continue

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24 Nov 2020Parking Review News
Lambeth extends APCOA Parking contract

Lambeth extends APCOA Parking contract
Mark Moran

London Borough of Lambeth has extended APCOA Parking’s contract for a further four-year period. APCOA has... continue

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16 Nov 2020Parking Review News
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Hackney to bring patrol officers in-house
Mark Moran

Parking enforcement officers in Hackney are set to be brought back in-house by the inner London borough. Some 120 civil enforcement officers working for contractor APCOA Parking UK will become council employees early next year. Hackney Council said the move is part of a drive to support the local... continue

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13 Nov 2020Parking Review News

Holiday Extras sells parking site near Gatwick airport
Mark Moran

Holiday Extras has announced the sale of a car park near London’s Gatwick Airport. The land, approximately an acre off Victoria Road in Horley and less than a mile from the airport, was bought by Holiday Extras’ long-term meet & greet parking partner Maple Manor, which plans to use... continue

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13 Nov 2020Parking Review News
Taking on London's bicycle thieves

Taking on London's bicycle thieves
Mark Moran

Londoners are being urged to register their bikes and take advantage of discounts on good quality... continue

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13 Nov 2020Parking Review News

Rapid growth in ANPR usage on private land
Mark Moran

A growing number of private car park operators are installing automatic number plate recognition cameras  (ANPR), research by a motor insurer suggests. The number of planning applications to install ANPR cameras in car parks has increased by 61% over the past two years, according to Churchill... continue

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13 Nov 2020Parking Review News
Car use will grow as public confidence in buses and trains hits a low, says RAC

Car use will grow as public confidence in buses and trains hits a low, says RAC
Mark Moran

More than half (57%) of drivers say having access to a car is more important... continue

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13 Nov 2020Parking Review News
BPA asks motorists to be kind and respect others when parking

BPA asks motorists to be kind and respect others when parking
Mark Moran

The problems caused by selfish and anti-social parking is... continue

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13 Nov 2020Parking Review News
London councils and TfL issue over 6 million PCNs

London councils and TfL issue over 6 million PCNs

London’s boroughs and Transport for London (TfL) issued over 6 million penalty charge notices (PCNs) to motorists they believed had contravened parking, bus lane and moving traffic... continue

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13 Nov 2020Parking Review News
London's traffic and parking teams have kept the capital moving

London's traffic and parking teams have kept the capital moving
Mark Moran

London Councils has praised the way in which the... continue

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13 Nov 2020Parking Review News
Debt Recovery Plus backs People’s Parking

Debt Recovery Plus backs People’s Parking

Debt Recovery Plus (DRP) will be promoting the People’s Parking accreditation scheme to its private parking clients across the UK. The aim is to gain... continue

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13 Nov 2020Parking Review News
Bailiff delivers PPE to Citizens Advice Bureau

Bailiff delivers PPE to Citizens Advice Bureau

Citizens Advice in Birmingham has received several boxes of personal protective equipment (PPE) from Bristow & Sutor, a debt recovery company based in Washford, Redditch.During... continue

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13 Nov 2020Parking Review News

Clark and Fassetta become BPA directors
Mark Moran

The British Parking Association has made two promotions to its senior management team. Steve Clark has been made director of operations and business development, with responsibility for the strategic enhancement and delivery of BPA activities. He will be supported by the appointment of a temporary... continue

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13 Nov 2020Parking Review News
Kintore station reopens after 56 years

Kintore station reopens after 56 years

Kintore re-joined Scotland’s rail network after an absence of 56 years on 15 October with the opening of the town’s new station. Providing... continue

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13 Nov 2020Parking Review News

Highland police share warning over parking fine scam

Police Scotland has alerted the public to a fake parking penalty scam. Highland and Islands Police Division has posted a warning that stated: “Scam email: please be aware of an email that is being sent out. Thankfully the receiver of this email brought it to police attention before paying... continue

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12 Nov 2020Parking Review News
Transport for London secures emergency £1.8bn bailout

Transport for London secures emergency £1.8bn bailout

Transport for London (TfL) has secured a £1.8bn government bailout that will keep Tube and bus services running until March 2021. The funding agreement means that TfL can address its financial shortfall... continue

2 Nov 2020Parking Review News
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Government tells hauliers prepare for Brexit
Mark Moran

The UK Government has announced a series of measures to minimise the risk of disruption to trade at the end of the transition period. Legislation to enable the enforcement of Operation Brock – the traffic management strategy in Kent – has been brought forward to ensure the plans can be... continue

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28 Oct 2020Parking Review News
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