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Cornwall Council switches to JustPark

Cornwall Council switches to JustPark
Mark Moran

Phone parking services at Cornwall Council car parks will be provided by JustPark. The council said that the switch to the new provider would save around £140,000, with the savings being reinvested into maintaining the county’s roads and car parks. JustPark took over the running of the... continue

7 Dec 2017Parking Review News

Mouchel Traffic Support rebranded following WSP acquisition
Mark Moran

Parking enforcement software supplier Mouchel Traffic Support has been re-branded as WSP Traffic Support. The new name is part the integration of Mouchel business units into the WSP Global group. Traffic Support has been working in the enforcement market for over 15 years. Its core service is the... continue

21 Nov 2017Parking Review News
Parkeon and Cale enter merger negotiations

Parkeon and Cale enter merger negotiations
Mark Moran

Parking system manufacturers Parkeon and Cale have entered into exclusive negotiations that could bring about their... continue

17 Nov 2017Parking Review News
ParkCloud signs deal with Eindhoven Airport

ParkCloud signs deal with Eindhoven Airport
Mark Moran

Online parking reservation provider ParkCloud has signed partnership with Eindhoven Airport in the... continue

16 Nov 2017Parking Review News

Italian airline teams up with ParkCloud
Mark Moran

Italian airline Blue Panorama has chosen is working with UK company ParkCloud, to provide its customers with online parking reservation services.   Using ParkCloud ‘touch points’ on its website and email marketing, Blue Panorama hopes to increase its ancillary revenue by... continue

10 Nov 2017Parking Review News
Independent Appeals Service reviews year of challenges to PCNs issued  on private land

Independent Appeals Service reviews year of challenges to PCNs issued on private land

Almost 17,500 appeals against parking charges issued on private land were heard by the Independent Appeals Service (IAS) last year. The service provides motorists with independent redress in matters concerning the issue of a private parking charge by members of the International Parking Community’s Approved Operator Scheme. The appeals... continue

11 Dec 2017Parking Review News

Parking and traffic contraventions increase in London
Mark Moran

The total number of penalty charge notices (PCNs) issued by boroughs and Transport for London (TfL) in 2016-17 was 10% higher than last year, statistics published by London Councils show. A focus on more serious contraventions is behind the rise, with higher level parking PCNs and moving traffic... continue

5 Dec 2017Parking Review News
English councils’ combined parking surplus rises 10% to £819m, says RAC Foundation

English councils’ combined parking surplus rises 10% to £819m, says RAC Foundation
Mark Moran

English councils generated a surplus of £819m from their parking operations... continue

28 Nov 2017Parking Review News
Over 6m PCNs could be issued on private land, warns RAC Foundation

Over 6m PCNs could be issued on private land, warns RAC Foundation
Mark Moran

The DVLA sold 1,429,703 vehicle keeper records to the private... continue

28 Nov 2017Parking Review News

Westminster reduces parking tickets by 70% over 13 years
Mark Moran

Westminster City Council now issues 70% fewer penalty charge notices (PCNs) than it did 13 years ago, with 322,454 being written last year compared to almost 1.05m in 2003-04. The reduction is attributed to a number of reasons, including greater motorist compliance and education, more available... continue

28 Nov 2017Parking Review News

Welsh councils generate £37.4m from parking, says RAC Foundation
Mark Moran

Local authorities in Wales made a combined surplus of £14m on parking activities in the last financial year, according to an analysis undertaken for the RAC Foundation. The figure for 2016-17 was 1.4% higher than the £13.8m surplus made in 2015-16. The rise was the fourth consecutive... continue

17 Nov 2017Parking Review News

Camden council to tackle engine idling
Mark Moran

Camden Council has approved new measures to help reduce emissions from stationary idling vehicles that create pollution on the roads of the north London borough. The new powers, agreed by the full council on 20 November, mean civil enforcement officers (CEOs) will now be able to issue fixed penalty... continue

28 Nov 2017Parking Review News

Hounslow introduces £50 parking permit surcharge for diesels
Mark Moran

Residents with diesel vehicles in the west London borough of Hounslow now have to pay a £50 surcharge for parking permits The new parking permit charging schedule, which came into effect in mid-October, see drivers of diesel cars pay up to £130 for a 12 month resident’s permit to... continue

28 Nov 2017Parking Review News

North East Lincs set to nearly halve the cost of resident permits
Patrick McDonnell

The cost of residents’ annual parking permits in North East Lincolnshire could fall by nearly half if the council adopts the recommendations of transport consultancy Systra. This follows a major review of parking, car parks, pricing and strategy in Grimsby and Cleethorpes. The cost of a... continue

16 Nov 2017Parking Review News
Government drops plan to build £250m lorry park in Kent

Government drops plan to build £250m lorry park in Kent
Mark Moran

A government plan to build a lorry park in Kent to... continue

15 Nov 2017Parking Review News
Loughborough council sites receive safer parking and disabled parking awards

Loughborough council sites receive safer parking and disabled parking awards
Mark Moran

All five council-run car parks in Loughborough town centre have secured the... continue

17 Nov 2017Parking Review News
1 Dec 2017Parking Review News

Inverurie station car park expands as interchange takes shape

The car park at Inverurie rail station in Aberdeenshire is being extended. The work will add a third more spaces, bringing the total number of spaces in the car park to 140. The project is an early phase of the Inverurie Transport Interchange being undertaken by Aberdeenshire Council, Nestrans and... continue

11 Dec 2017Parking Review News
Kettering General Hospital deck completed

Kettering General Hospital deck completed
Patrick McDonnell

Kettering General Hospital’s new car parking deck opened on 1 December. The new deck provides 240 additional car... continue

11 Dec 2017Parking Review News
Princess Anne opens Kemble Station’s new car park

Princess Anne opens Kemble Station’s new car park
Mark Moran

Parking at Kemble Station in Gloucestershire has been doubled following the completion of work on a new car park officially opened by Princess... continue

17 Nov 2017Parking Review News

PATROL launches latest round of the Parking Annual Reports by Councils Awards
Mark Moran

PATROL’s annual search for the best parking report produced by a local authority is underway. The Parking Annual Reports by Councils (PARC) Awards recognise best practice by local authority parking teams in communicating with the public and other key stakeholders. Reports will be judged by an... continue

11 Dec 2017Parking Review News
APH wins Best Airport Parking trophy at British Travel Awards for 8th year running

APH wins Best Airport Parking trophy at British Travel Awards for 8th year running
Mark Moran

Airport Parking and Hotels (APH) was named as the ‘Best Airport Parking... continue

5 Dec 2017Parking Review News
Parking system that rewards drivers of low emission cars makes finals of National Air Quality Awards

Parking system that rewards drivers of low emission cars makes finals of National Air Quality Awards
Mark Moran

A car park payment system that gives drivers of less polluting vehicles cheaper parking is among... continue

17 Nov 2017Parking Review News
Lucy Porter to present British Parking Awards 2018

Lucy Porter to present British Parking Awards 2018
Mark Moran

The winners of the British Parking Awards 2018 will be revealed on Friday 8 March by the comedian Lucy Porter. Parking Review launched the British Parking Awards in 2002. Now in their... continue

15 Nov 2017Parking Review News

Man jailed for attack on Kent parking officer

A man has been jailed for two years for an attack that left a civil enforcement officer with a fractured shoulder. The attack on a street in Sheerness, Kent, was captured on CCTV. Daniel Corneille from Sheerness pleaded guilty to grievous bodily harm at Maidstone Crown Court.  The CEO, who... continue

5 Dec 2017Parking Review News

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