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Carving out a place in history

Carving out a place in history

The Bailey car park in Skipton, North Yorkshire, lies in the shadow of a Medieval castle tower. The team that run it has commissioned a hand-carved ‘meaningful stone’ created by the West Riding Stone Carving Association.  The carving features the words Nearer Storam, which was the... continue

12 Nov 2019Parking Review Opinion
Spaceplay's Trinity Square car park model is just the ticket for Get Carter fans

Spaceplay's Trinity Square car park model is just the ticket for Get Carter fans

The massive form of the Trinity Square car park once towered above Gateshead. The Brutalist multi-storey, designed by the Owen Luder Partnership, became an icon on account of playing a prominent role as a location and background in the 1971 gangster film Get Carter. While the car park has now been demolished, the... continue

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12 Nov 2019Parking Review Opinion

Is there a lack of disabled spaces in London?

National Car Parks (NCP) should do more to improve levels of accessibility across its London estate, an investigation by the BBC suggested. Journalist Martyn Sibley made a film for Inside Out London that followed up complaints that the parking company is letting down disabled motorists due to bad... continue

12 Nov 2019Parking Review Opinion

BPA welcomes movement on code of practice for parking on private land

The British Parking Association’s chief executive, Andrew Pester, has welcomed news that the British Standards Institute is to draft the new code of practice for parking on private land. “We are pleased to see the government's announcement over the weekend that will progress the Parking... continue

6 Nov 2019Parking Review Opinion
Looking forward to what PATROL does next

Looking forward to what PATROL does next
Jamie Macrae

It has been a privilege to have spent over five years of my life as PATROL chair, with all the rewarding, engaging... continue

4 Nov 2019Parking Review Opinion
A year in the life of London Tribunals

A year in the life of London Tribunals
Caroline Hamilton

London Tribunals supports the Environment and Traffic Adjudicators and the Road User Charging Adjudicators, which... continue

4 Nov 2019Parking Review Opinion

Paris is converting underground garages into mushroom farms

Paris built many underground car parks in the 1960s and ’70s as housing blocks mushroomed across the city.  Policies developed by the city authorities to curb use of polluting vehicles, as well as the spread of new cab and bike services, have led to a fall in car ownership. As a result,... continue

1 Nov 2019Parking Review Opinion

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