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Hilton checks in as ParkCloud’s first chair

Hilton checks in as ParkCloud’s first chair

Airport parking reservations specialist ParkCloud has named Peter Hilton as its first chair. Hilton, whose previous role was chief executive of worldwide transport company Holiday Taxis, will act as an intermediary between ParkCloud’s shareholders and the management team, led by managing... continue

10 Mar 2019Parking Review News

NHS unveils parking procurement framework

The National Health Service has unveiled a framework agreement designed to make the provision and maintenance of car parking simpler and cheaper for the public sector. The Car Park Management and Infrastructure Framework Agreement, managed by NHS Shared Business Services, covers a wide range of... continue

10 Mar 2019Parking Review News
PayByPhone to provide NCP mobile payments

PayByPhone to provide NCP mobile payments

NCP has entered into a partnership with PayByPhone to implement mobile payment systems across the operator’s sites. NCP will also partner with Volkswagen... continue

10 Mar 2019Parking Review News
Commuter car-share service launched

Commuter car-share service launched

Commuters in Gloucestershire are being offered a car-sharing scheme that connects people wanting to head into Cheltenham, Gloucester and... continue

8 Mar 2019Parking Review News
Dragon bites on parking loyalty app

Dragon bites on parking loyalty app

An app designed to help drivers get discounted parking won over entrepreneur Jenny Campbell in her final appearance on the BBC’s... continue

8 Mar 2019Parking Review News
1 Mar 2019Parking Review News
Gwynedd to enforce other bodies’ car parks

Gwynedd to enforce other bodies’ car parks
Rhodri Clark

Gwynedd Council is poised to expand its parking enforcement activities at cover car parks belonging to other organisations.... continue

10 Mar 2019Parking Review News

Lords pass private parking reform Bill

A Private Members’ Bill that seeks to reform the regulation of parking on private land looks set to become law after successfully clearing the House of Lords. The Parking (Code of Practice) Bill, which has already passed through the House of Commons, went through the debate and committee... continue

10 Mar 2019Parking Review News
Minister supports a positive approach

Minister supports a positive approach

Local government minister Rishi Sunak has written to the British Parking Association giving his support for the Positive Parking Agenda... continue

10 Mar 2019Parking Review News
Sika hires Whitmore

Sika hires Whitmore

Structural repair materials manufacturer Sika has appointed Stuart Whitmore... continue

8 Mar 2019Parking Review News
10 Mar 2019Parking Review News
10 Mar 2019Parking Review News
A natural look for RSPB reserve's parking area

A natural look for RSPB reserve's parking area

The new visitor centre at the RSPB’s Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve in Nottinghamshire features a coach drop-off area whose surfacing has been selected to look as... continue

10 Mar 2019Parking Review News
10 Mar 2019Parking Review News
HUBER creates car parks with character

HUBER creates car parks with character

HUBER Car Park Systems International has been operating throughout Europe for more than 10 years. To date, HUBER Group has completed more than 220... continue

10 Mar 2019Parking Review News
8 Mar 2019Parking Review News
Vacuum cleaners used to steal meter cash

Vacuum cleaners used to steal meter cash

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is asking motorists not to use cash to pay for parking after criminal gangs were discovered using vacuum cleaners... continue

10 Mar 2019Parking Review News

Vandal jams up Dunblane P&D machines with putty

A vandal attacked most of the pay & display parking meters in the Scottish town of Dunblane by blocking their coin slots with a putty-like substance. Stirling Council said six of its eight pay & display terminals in the town were targeted between 9pm on 11 February and 10am on 12... continue

10 Mar 2019Parking Review News

Stoke CEO to change job after brutal attack

A Stoke-on-Trent City Council civil enforcement officer who was kicked in the face for ticketing a car that parked in a disabled bay has decided to take another job within the authority. He said he no longer wants to put his family through the worry. Daniel Fairclough lost three teeth in the... continue

10 Mar 2019Parking Review News

National Trust parking warden attacked

A man who knocked out a 72-year-old National Trust volunteer has been ordered to do 120 hours of community service. Scott Wade, 26, kicked and punched the unnamed parking attendant following a dispute over a space at East Portlemouth, Devon last August. Wade admitted assault and was ordered to pay... continue

10 Mar 2019Parking Review News
10 Mar 2019Parking Review News
10 Mar 2019Parking Review News

Pair vandalised airport parking CCTV after staff lost car keys

Two holidaymakers attacked CCTV equipment at an off-airport parking site after its operator lost their car keys. Dean Jarvis and Lucy Jones returned to BOMO Parking Services near Bournemouth Airport days after the mix-up and were filmed causing criminal damage to the cameras. The car keys had been... continue

10 Mar 2019Parking Review News
Pickaxe lodged in car bonnet

Pickaxe lodged in car bonnet

A car owner found a pickaxe lodged in the centre of their vehicle’s bonnet after parking it on a street... continue

10 Mar 2019Parking Review News

Man jailed for Soho car park scam

A man who made over £1,000 by impersonating a car park attendant has been jailed for over three months. Malcolm Smith, 38, took half the advertised parking fee at an NCP car park in Soho, central London, and then manually forced the barrier open. Deputy district judge Julia Moffatt jailed... continue

10 Mar 2019Parking Review News

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