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Kensington & Chelsea deploys acoustic cameras to monitor noisy cars

Kensington & Chelsea deploys acoustic cameras to monitor noisy cars
Mark Moran

Acoustic cameras have been deployed in London to monitor noisy drivers to gather more data to help the council enforce in the future. Residents have been plagued by noisy and inconsiderate drivers,... continue

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10 Jun 2021Parking Review News
Traffic volumes exceed pre-lockdown levels

Traffic volumes exceed pre-lockdown levels
Mark Moran

Volumes in towns and cities surpassed pre-pandemic levels for the first time since travel restrictions were introduced in... continue

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10 Jun 2021Parking Review News
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10 Jun 2021Parking Review News
Private parking charge consultation launched

Private parking charge consultation launched

The government is to conduct a consultation on the level of parking charges that can issued to drivers who disregard terms and conditions on private land. The Ministry of... continue

8 Jun 2021Parking Review News
8 Jun 2021Parking Review News

Man drove over Dorset Council CEO’s foot

A man who ran over a civil enforcement officer’s foot has been found guilty of driving without due care and attention. The incident took place in August 2019 in Weymouth, Dorset. The town’s magistrates heard how the CEO had been attempting to issue a penalty charge notice (PCN) to an... continue

8 Jun 2021Parking Review News

BPA disappointed by government’s debt relief stance

The British Parking Association has expressed disappointment that the government’s response to the Debt Relief Order (DRO) consultation does not address its concerns about how parking debt is treated. The consultation covered the monetary eligibility requirements an individual must meet... continue

8 Jun 2021Parking Review News

Vehicle removals law to be corrected

TheHouse of Lords Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee is proposing to correct the Removal and Disposal of Vehicles Regulations secondary legislation. The change would rectify an error and restore the power to civil enforcement officers in England to remove vehicles from a road for parking... continue

8 Jun 2021Parking Review News
NHS parking pass scheme closes

NHS parking pass scheme closes

The government is withdrawing the emergency parking pass guidance it introduced to help key workers travel to work... continue

8 Jun 2021Parking Review News

Fly-parking under Manchester flyover

Motorists have been parking in space beneath a flyover in Manchester city centre . The fly-parking is taking place between two dual-carriageways under the Mancunian Way. It is believed motorists first parked in the spot towards the end of 2020. As more people returned to the roads coronavirus... continue

8 Jun 2021Parking Review News
Newcastle expands cashless payment options

Newcastle expands cashless payment options

City of Newcastle Council is expanding the number of cashless pay-on-exit systems at central car parks. This means people who need to travel by car into the city... continue

8 Jun 2021Parking Review News
Bristol Downs campaigners win car park dispute

Bristol Downs campaigners win car park dispute

Local people have successfully campaigned against cars being parked on Bristol’s Downs for events being held elsewhere in the city. Downs for People (DfP) has been attempting to... continue

8 Jun 2021Parking Review News
20,000 fly-tipping incidents reported weekly

20,000 fly-tipping incidents reported weekly

Almost 20,000 incidents of fly-tipping occur every week in England, the Local Government Association (LGA) is warning. The latest fly-tipping statistics for England 2019/20... continue

8 Jun 2021Parking Review News
Solar-powered cycle security at rail station

Solar-powered cycle security at rail station

Great Northern and Thameslink commuters who cycle to London’s New Southgate station will find their bike parking facilities transformed when they return to rail... continue

8 Jun 2021Parking Review News
Peer-to-peer parking and mobility partnership launched

Peer-to-peer parking and mobility partnership launched

Sharing economy companies YourParkingSpace.co.uk and hiyacar have a formed a partnership revolving around peer-to-peer rental of driveways and cars. The YourParkingSpace.co.uk website lists driveways and parking... continue

8 Jun 2021Parking Review News
EasyPark seals PARK NOW deal

EasyPark seals PARK NOW deal

EasyPark Group has completed its acquisition of PARK NOW Group, a deal that was announced in March. On 1 June... continue

8 Jun 2021Parking Review News
Sullivan joins APT Skidata team

Sullivan joins APT Skidata team

APT Skidata has appointed Ben Sullivan as its new strategic business development manager. Sullivan has spent the past... continue

8 Jun 2021Parking Review News
8 Jun 2021Parking Review News
BPA’s Harper joins EV firm Easee

BPA’s Harper joins EV firm Easee

Rebecca Harper has left the British Parking Association (BPA), where she was membership engagement manager, to work in the... continue

8 Jun 2021Parking Review News

BPA elections paused for a year

The British Parking Association (BPA) has paused elections for a second year running due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The BPA Council of Representatives has decided to postpone all elections due in 2021 for 12 months. John McArdle, BPA president and chair of the council, said:... continue

8 Jun 2021Parking Review News
8 Jun 2021Parking Review News
Grantham gets a new gateway

Grantham gets a new gateway

London North Eastern Railway (LNER) has added more than 100 parking spaces for customers and transformed... continue

8 Jun 2021Parking Review News

Rangers is promoting Ibrox car park plan

Glasgow football club Rangers has revealed plans to build a car park next to its Ibrox stadium. The club wants to create 93 spaces on an area of ground on the east side of the stadium. Rangers is building a fan zone and museum on the Edmiston House site and hope to have work finished for the... continue

8 Jun 2021Parking Review News
Inverness Airport station plan takes off

Inverness Airport station plan takes off

The Highland Council’s planning committee has unanimously approved proposals that will see a new railway station built at Inverness Airport. The plans... continue

8 Jun 2021Parking Review News
8 Jun 2021Parking Review News

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