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Parkmobile expands UK offices

Parkmobile expands UK offices
Mark Moran

Parkmobile Group has expanded its UK offices to support international growth of its cashless parking brands: ParkNow, RingGo and Parkmobile. The addition of more space to its offices in Basingstoke, Hampshire, comes on the back of investment from the group’s shareholder, German car-maker... continue

16 Aug 2017Parking Review News

UK government wants to avoid hard border in Ireland
Mark Moran

The British government has said it wants to avoid creating a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland after the UK leaves the European Union (EU) in March 2019. Northern Ireland is the only part of the UK that will share a land border with an EU member state post-Brexit.... continue

16 Aug 2017Parking Review News
UK airport parking business acquires Australian company

UK airport parking business acquires Australian company
Mark Moran

Leeds-based airport parking price comparison service... continue

15 Aug 2017Parking Review News
14 Aug 2017Parking Review News

Intel buys Mobileye as part of automated vehicle strategy
Mark Moran

US computer chip manufacturer Intel has signalled its interest in the autonomous driving market by purchasing Israeli technology company Mobileye. Intel is reported to have paid $15.3bn for Mobileye, which manufactures cameras, sensors and software. Mobileye supplies technology to most major... continue

10 Aug 2017Parking Review News
Motorists prefer paying for parking by cash, AA survey reveals

Motorists prefer paying for parking by cash, AA survey reveals
Mark Moran

Most drivers in the UK still prefer to pay for parking by... continue

9 Aug 2017Parking Review News

NSL awarded Investors in People Platinum status
Mark Moran

NSL, a provider of civil enforcement services, has been awarded a Platinum accreditation by Investors in People (IiP). The company, which has 4,000 employees in 250 locations around the country specialises in the delivery of frontline, back office and customer support services in public sector and... continue

9 Aug 2017Parking Review News
ZatPark expands team as client base grows

ZatPark expands team as client base grows
Mark Moran

ZatPark, a provider of hosted cloud IT solutions for parking management, is investing in new staff to manage a rise in... continue

29 Jul 2017Parking Review News
Rate rises will make running retail parking more costly, says JLL

Rate rises will make running retail parking more costly, says JLL
Mark Moran

Shopping centre parking incomes across the UK have remained... continue

29 Jul 2017Parking Review News
There’s still time to change

There’s still time to change
Rhodri Clark

Many car park ticket machines are still rejecting new £1 coins, which became... continue

29 Jul 2017Parking Review News
Parliament to discuss code of practice for managing parking on private land

Parliament to discuss code of practice for managing parking on private land
Mark Moran

A Private Members’ Bill calling for a single code of practice for... continue

26 Jul 2017Parking Review News

Videalert moves to bigger offices

UK traffic enforcement and management system provider Videalert has moved to larger offices in Pinner, Middlesex. The company said it will accommodate expanding sales, project management and technical teams. Tim Daniels, sales and marketing director of Videalert said: “We have experienced... continue

21 Jul 2017Parking Review News

Confusion as Gatwick meet & greet operator goes out of business
Mark Moran

Passengers returning to Gatwick Airport were left unable to find their cars after a meet & greet company went out of business. Gatwick First Parking ceased trading, meaning when their customers arrived at the London airport they found no cars waiting. And with the company not answering calls... continue

20 Jul 2017Parking Review News
Card payment surcharges to be banned

Card payment surcharges to be banned
Mark Moran

Consumers will no longer to be charged extra for paying by debit or credit cards. From January next year... continue

20 Jul 2017Parking Review News
Bank of England unveils polymer Jane Austen £10 note

Bank of England unveils polymer Jane Austen £10 note
Mark Moran

Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England,... continue

20 Jul 2017Parking Review News
Macquarie sells NCP to Japanese consortium

Macquarie sells NCP to Japanese consortium
Mark Moran

Australian investment bank Macquarie is selling UK parking operator National Car Parks (NCP) to a Japanese consortium.... continue

14 Jul 2017Parking Review News
Schools can profit from summer break parking, says online marketplace

Schools can profit from summer break parking, says online marketplace
Mark Moran

Schools could generate revenue by renting out empty parking spaces... continue

13 Jul 2017Parking Review News

Parkonomy launches car wash and valeting platform
Mark Moran

Parkonomy.com has launched an online service that enables motorists to locate and book vehicle wash and valeting services. Customers can search through vehicle washing options and select the service and options that are best suited to their requirements.  Parkwash offers a choice between... continue

13 Jul 2017Parking Review News
Phoenix Parking Solutions joins Parkonomy platform

Phoenix Parking Solutions joins Parkonomy platform
Mark Moran

Online parking platform Parkonomy.com claims it was able to start offering cashless parking services for an operator within 24 hours of signing them up at Parkex 2017. Phoenix Parking... continue

13 Jul 2017Parking Review News

ParkBee expands UK portfolio
Mark Moran

ParkBee, a company that enables private car park owners to market their sites to the general public, has signed up its first car park in Nottingham. Located on Foxhall Road, the car park offers parking for 80p an hour and £4 a day. Spaces are booked via the ParkBee website and payments are... continue

13 Jul 2017Parking Review News

Capita to manage public sector training framework
Mark Moran

Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has selected Capita to manage a framework that will provide bespoke training services to public sector organisations and the Civil Service. The CCS Managed Learning Services framework agreement is designed to enable government departments, councils, NHS Trusts... continue

13 Jul 2017Parking Review News
APCOA to share parking data with INRIX

APCOA to share parking data with INRIX
Mark Moran

Connected car services provider INRIX has added details of all APCOA Parking sites in Europe to its parking... continue

12 Jul 2017Parking Review News

Leicester cracks down on dangerous parking
Mark Moran

Drivers who park so they cause a hazard to other road users and pedestrians are being targeted in a road safety crackdown by Leicester City Council. Motorists now face immediate fines if they park recklessly in areas such as school zig-zag markings, in bus clearways or on double yellow lines in... continue

16 Aug 2017Parking Review News
Edinburgh launches Phase 3 of 20mph speed limits

Edinburgh launches Phase 3 of 20mph speed limits
Mark Moran

City of Edinburgh Council has launched the third phase of its roll-out of 20mph speed limits. The council says that calming traffic has... continue

15 Aug 2017Parking Review News

Fines of £4,700 imposed on owners who abandoned cars in West Sussex
Mark Moran

The owners of three abandoned vehicles have been ordered to pay a total of £4,700 following successful prosecutions by St Edmundsbury Borough Council. Abandoning vehicles is a criminal offence and carries a maximum fine of £2,500 and potentially three months imprisonment. St... continue

4 Aug 2017Parking Review News

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