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.
Holland's one-stop parking payment shop

Holland's one-stop parking payment shop
Hans Oortwijn

The Netherlands is a highly urbanised country where space is always in short demand. Therefore, the country needs to use its space in a smart and inventive way. The country’s municipalities are responsible for their own parking policies. In about 150 of the 390 Dutch municipalities, anyone... continue

5 Jun 2018Parking Review Opinion
Let’s get connected

Let’s get connected
Max Crane-Robinson

Parking is one of the cornerstones of enabling... continue

5 Jun 2018Parking Review Opinion
Parking can be painless

Parking can be painless
Keith Williams

If Hercules had faced a thirteenth labour, it surely would have been... continue

5 Jun 2018Parking Review Opinion
Connected and autonomous vehicles will change the way we live, work, shop and play

Connected and autonomous vehicles will change the way we live, work, shop and play
Kat Hanna

Rapid urbanisation combined with increasing demand for goods and people to be... continue

5 Jun 2018Parking Review Opinion
We are building the future of parking

We are building the future of parking
Nigel Williams

Very powerful forces are pushing the parking sector towards a level of standardisation that would have been... continue

5 Jun 2018Parking Review Opinion
Why the government supports a single code of practice for private parking sector

Why the government supports a single code of practice for private parking sector
Rishi Sunak MP

For many people, their day begins and ends in a car park. The majority of... continue

5 Jun 2018Parking Review Opinion

End of the road for Oxford's fake street signs

Oxford is a historic city, so some visitors may have been intrigued by the very contemporary street names when coming across signs for Facebook Row, Twitter Lane and Snapchat End. However, the social media-inspired signage are not real, but part of a hoax created by a guerrilla artist. About 20 of... continue

1 Jun 2018Parking Review Opinion

Couple who ‘lost’ Ford Fiesta on a trip to Cheltenham reunited with their car

A couple who forgot where they parked their car on a visit to a Cheltenham hospital were reunited with the missing vehicle five days later. Emmanuel Elliott, 81, dropped his partner Hilda Farmer, 79, at Cheltenham General Hospital on 18 May and then parked in a nearby car park. However, after their... continue

1 Jun 2018Parking Review Opinion
Brutally brilliant interior design

Brutally brilliant interior design

London’s iconic Welbeck Street car park looks set to be demolished, but its diamond-patterned concrete façade will live on... continue

1 Jun 2018Parking Review Opinion

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