Monthly journal Parking Review has been the definitive source of news and intelligence on the UK and international public and private parking sectors since 1989.
Plan B Covid regulations will be phased out

Plan B Covid regulations will be phased out
Mark Moran

UK government advice to work at home with immediate effect as “Plan B” measures are phased out, the prime minister has announced. Announcing the loosening of Covid regulations, Boris Johnson told Parliament that mandatory wearing of face coverings in public places will end next... continue

19 Jan 2022Parking Review News
IPC addresses rise in abusive, violent and criminal behaviour

IPC addresses rise in abusive, violent and criminal behaviour

A dedicated online portal for parking operators to report incidents of verbal or physical abuse of staff or theft and vandalism at any of their car parks has been launched by the International Parking Community (IPC). The new reporting... continue

17 Jan 2022Parking Review News
17 Jan 2022Parking Review News
Oxfordshire consults on local transport and connectivity plan

Oxfordshire consults on local transport and connectivity plan

People who live, work in, or visit Oxfordshire are urged to have their say on a plan to deliver a zero carbon transport network by 2040. Oxfordshire County Council’s cabinet approved the draft Local Transport and Connectivity Plan (LTCP)... continue

17 Jan 2022Parking Review News
West Midlands parking app launched

West Midlands parking app launched

Swift is well known as the West Midlands regional travel card which can be used for paying for buses, trams and trains. It is now... continue

17 Jan 2022Parking Review News
Concern at rising number of private parking notices

Concern at rising number of private parking notices

The RAC Foundation has raised concerns over an increase in the number of parking charge notices (PCNs) being issued to drivers alleged to have breached rules when parking on private land. Companies... continue

17 Jan 2022Parking Review News
Blue Badge fraudster convicted in Greenwich

Blue Badge fraudster convicted in Greenwich

Investigators from the Royal Borough of Greenwich have secured a conviction for Blue Badge fraud. Abdul Khan from Plaistow was found guilty at Bromley Magistrates Court on... continue

17 Jan 2022Parking Review News
West Midlands Police target car thieves

West Midlands Police target car thieves

West Midlands Police’s policy of targeting car theft gangs led to the arrest of more than 2,600 suspected car thieves and recovery of over 1,000... continue

17 Jan 2022Parking Review News
Two convicted over West Midlands' crime spree

Two convicted over West Midlands' crime spree

Two men have been convicted of a crime spree in the West Midlands that saw the theft of two high value cars and over £70,000 in cash in less than two weeks in August... continue

17 Jan 2022Parking Review News

Car thieves misuse tracking devices

An electronic device designed be stuck on items to help people keep track of belongings has emerged as the latest tool of car thieves in Canada. Police in York, Ontario, have recorded at least five incidents where domestic tracking devices have been used to follow the location of people’s... continue

17 Jan 2022Parking Review News
Iberia Express works with ParkVia

Iberia Express works with ParkVia

Spanish low-cost airline Iberia Express has appointed pre-booked parking provider ParkVia as its exclusive parking... continue

17 Jan 2022Parking Review News
17 Jan 2022Parking Review News
APCOA and UPS form logistics partnership

APCOA and UPS form logistics partnership

APCOA Parking and courier services company UPS have launched an international partnership that will see car parks used as micro-logistics hubs in Ireland and... continue

17 Jan 2022Parking Review News
CoMoUK launches mobility hub toolkit developed for Scotland

CoMoUK launches mobility hub toolkit developed for Scotland

Collaborative Mobility UK (CoMoUK) has created the free guide with the aim of driving the creation of more sustainable transport options. The Mobility Hubs Toolkit publication is specifically aimed at Scotland. It contains information... continue

17 Jan 2022Parking Review News

British Land rethinks portfolio and embraces hubs

Property company British Land is moving away from its traditional portfolio of shopping centres and office buildings and towards logistics hubs. It plans to buy and convert car parks and empty retail centres into urban distribution hubs for online shopping and same-day grocery deliveries. The short... continue

17 Jan 2022Parking Review News
Oxfordshire residents call in parking patrols

Oxfordshire residents call in parking patrols

Residents across Oxfordshire have been letting the new officers know where they should patrol. Oxfordshire County Council took control of civil parking enforcement in the... continue

14 Jan 2022Parking Review News
10 Jan 2022Parking Review News
8 Jan 2022Parking Review News

Action to make car washes are legal workplaces

The Safer Parking Scheme will be working with the Responsible Car Wash Scheme (RCWS) and Police Crime Prevention Initiatives (Police CPI) as part of its work to reduce crime in car parks. The hand car wash sector has been identified as a sector where workers are at risk of exploitation in the form... continue

7 Jan 2022Parking Review News
Iberia Express works with ParkVia

Iberia Express works with ParkVia

Spanish low-cost airline Iberia Express has appointed pre-booked parking provider ParkVia as its exclusive parking... continue

4 Jan 2022Parking Review News

EU still not recognising UK Blue Badges

British Blue Badge are still unable to use their parking permits in Europe due to Brexit. Blue Badge holders had enjoyed automatic recognition when Britain was a member of the EU, but the talks on a replacement scheme now appear to have stalled. However this stopped on 31 December 2020 when the EU... continue

4 Jan 2022Parking Review News
Biopharmaceutical company’s HQ to be built on Stevenage car park

Biopharmaceutical company’s HQ to be built on Stevenage car park

A former Stevenage Borough Council car park is being redeveloped as the European manufacturing headquarters of a biopharmaceutical company. The £66m development which will see the former Marshgate car park site become the home of Autolus. The... continue

4 Jan 2022Parking Review News

NHS sets up Nightingale surge hubs

Coronavirus surge hubs were set up by the NHS at hospitals across England in preparation for a potential wave of Omicron admissions. The eight temporary Nightingale units, which each house about 100 patients, were created on sites such as surface car parks. The Nightingale hubs are located... continue

4 Jan 2022Parking Review News
Fetch driverless vehicles to be trialled on streets of Milton Keynes

Fetch driverless vehicles to be trialled on streets of Milton Keynes

A trial of driverless cars is to take place on public roads in Milton Keynes. The Fetch system will allow people to order a car through an app. A variety of vehicle types are remotely controlled by an operator and initially a ‘safety driver’ will ride in... continue

4 Jan 2022Parking Review News
Free to view
22 Dec 2021Parking Review News

TransportXtra is part of Landor LINKS

© 2022 TransportXtra | Landor LINKS Ltd | All Rights Reserved

Subscriptions, Magazines & Online Access Enquires
[Frequently Asked Questions]
Email: subs.ltt@landor.co.uk | Tel: +44 (0) 20 7091 7959

Shop & Accounts Enquires
Email: accounts@landor.co.uk | Tel: +44 (0) 20 7091 7855

Advertising Sales & Recruitment Enquires
Email: daniel@landor.co.uk | Tel: +44 (0) 20 7091 7861

Events & Conference Enquires
Email: conferences@landor.co.uk | Tel: +44 (0) 20 7091 7865

Press Releases & Editorial Enquires
Email: info@transportxtra.com | Tel: +44 (0) 20 7091 7875

Privacy Policy | Terms and Conditions | Advertise

Web design sussex by Brainiac Media 2020