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Heathrow and Arora admit to anti-competitive car park agreement

Heathrow airport will pay a £1.6m fine for restricting competition on parking prices in a lease with the operator of a Terminal 5 hotel.  The fine, which will be imposed by the... continue

4 Nov 2018Parking Review News

Gemini staff undergo WAMITAB training

Gemini Parking Solutions has been providing its staff with accredited training in parking enforcement and notice processing. Recommended by the British Parking Association, these courses are provided by accredited centres through WAMITAB, a charitable organisation offering qualifications for... continue

3 Nov 2018Parking Review News
USA's International Parking Institute embaces world of mobility

USA's International Parking Institute embaces world of mobility

The International Parking Institute (IPI) has changed its name to the International Parking & Mobility Institute (IPMI). The US parking association’s change reflects the interconnected, choice-driven network that now encompasses parking,... continue

3 Nov 2018Parking Review News
Stock to develop Imperial software

Stock to develop Imperial software

Paul Stock has joined Imperial as software development manager. Stock, who has 20 years experience in software development, cyber... continue

3 Nov 2018Parking Review News
ParkCloud expands management board

ParkCloud expands management board

ParkCloud has appointed four new directors as the online parking reservation specialist enters a new phase of... continue

3 Nov 2018Parking Review News

Total Car Parks upgrades Exeter site

Total Car Parks is upgrading a town centre car park in Exeter and extending its opening hours. Isca Place is located near the town centre, Exeter Central Station and Exeter College.  The car park comprises both an open area and a covered section. The upgrade will extend the opening hours for... continue

3 Nov 2018Parking Review News
CitiPark partners with John Lewis & Partners in Cheltenham

CitiPark partners with John Lewis & Partners in Cheltenham

CitiPark has worked with John Lewis & Partners to renovate a multi-storey serving that serves a new John Lewis store in Cheltenham   The operator will also manage the car park, which provides 335 spaces over five... continue

3 Nov 2018Parking Review News

Total Car Parks opens second car park in Doncaster

Total Car Parks (TCP) has opened a second car park in Sepulchre Gate West in Doncaster. The first site opened in May and the second last month. Both car parks are located close to the Flying Scotsman Health Centre and Weldrick Pharmacy and are a short walk from the Waterdale shopping centre, the... continue

3 Nov 2018Parking Review News

Creditcall rebrands as NMI

Creditcall has now rebranded as NMI. The name change follows the payment gateway’s acquisition by NMI, a US provider of payments enablement technology. Creditcall’s core offering is payment functionality in parking, ticketing, transportation and vending and has moved into the world of... continue

2 Nov 2018Parking Review News

North Somerset and L&G buy Sovereign centre

Legal & General and North Somerset Council have jointly purchased the Sovereign shopping centre in the centre of Weston-Super-Mare.  On completion, the shopping centre will be fully let to North Somerset Council, enabling the council to retain over 60% of the shopping centre’s income... continue

1 Nov 2018Parking Review News

Parking and moving traffic fines up 10% in London
Patrick McDonnell

The number of penalty charge notices for parking and moving traffic offences issued in the capital is up 10% compared with the previous year, new data from London Councils has revealed. This year’s figures show that London boroughs and Transport for London issued 5,616,402 penalty charge... continue

15 Nov 2018Parking Review News

Havering’s fixed penalties for school parking offences unlawful, says campaigner
Deniz Huseyin

The London Borough of Havering has been illegally issuing fixed penalty notices (FPNs) for parking offences outside schools for the past two years, a parking campaigner claims. In November 2016 the council passed Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) making parking a criminal offence outside four... continue

14 Nov 2018Parking Review News

PATROL cuts costs to member councils

PATROL has reviewed the basis for charging for 2018-19 and reduced the level for its 300-plus member authorities in England (outside London) and Wales from 35p to 30p per penalty charge notice (PCN). PATROL’s (Parking and Traffic Regulations Outside London) Joint Committee agreed in January... continue

10 Nov 2018Parking Review News

Bath parking patrol officers get e-bikes
Patrick McDonnell

Bath & North East Somerset Council’s civil enforcement officers (CEOs) have taken delivery of three electric mopeds. The CEOs will use the new mopeds to patrol the council’s streets seven days a week. The mopeds replace the existing fleet of petrol mopeds. They have been part funded... continue

4 Nov 2018Parking Review News

Calderdale appoints APCOA

Calderdale Council has retained APCOA Parking as its enforcement services contractor.  The new contract covers both on-street and off-street parking enforcement. APCOA will also provide support for special events and supplementary services as required.  The contract has a four-year term,... continue

4 Nov 2018Parking Review News

Gloucester City Council hires Indigo

Gloucester City Council has appointed Indigo to undertake off-street civil parking enforcement and management services across 14 car parks in the city. The locations include the Eastgate Centre, Hampden Way Car Park and Station Road Car Park. The new contract is for five years, with the potential... continue

4 Nov 2018Parking Review News
Videalert expands software support team

Videalert expands software support team

Videalert has expanded its software support team with two key appointments. Patrick Coyle has been appointed as senior developer. He will be responsible... continue

3 Nov 2018Parking Review News

BPA appoints new area managers

The British Parking Association (BPA) has appointed two new area managers following the departure of Michael Gardner and Phil Taylor. David Dawson has taken over the Midlands, Oxfordshire and Berkshire region, while Ryan Davey takes over the North East. The BPA has a total of nine area managers,... continue

3 Nov 2018Parking Review News
A total commitment to charity

A total commitment to charity

Total Car Parks’ employee Ryan Taylor completed a 90-mile Palace to Palace cycle challenge on 7 October,... continue

3 Nov 2018Parking Review News

Scottish station project underway

Work has begun on the construction of a new railway station in Robroyston in Scotland which will serve a development of 1,600 homes in the area around the site. Located between Stepps and Springburn on the Glasgow to Cumbernauld line, the new station will include step free platform access, together... continue

3 Nov 2018Parking Review News
Huddersfield Central Lodge’s car park awarded Park Mark

Huddersfield Central Lodge’s car park awarded Park Mark

Famous as a celebrity hang-out for the cast of Last of the Summer Wine, Huddersfield Central Lodge Hotel has been awarded a Park Mark for the 12th year running. The lodge has one car park with 50 spaces that caters for... continue

3 Nov 2018Parking Review News
New Retford car park is safe and secure

New Retford car park is safe and secure

A car park operated by Marriott’s in the Lincolnshire town of Retford has achieved both the Park Mark under the Safer Parking and the Disabled... continue

3 Nov 2018Parking Review News
Premier’s Plymouth car park receives Park Mark

Premier’s Plymouth car park receives Park Mark

The Premier Parking Solutions car park in Stuart Road, Plymouth, has achieved the Park Mark Safer Parking Award. The award was presented to Premier Parking Solutions by Inspector... continue

3 Nov 2018Parking Review News

Birmingham reviews parking standards

Birmingham City Council is reviewing parking standards for new developments. The study will look at parking standards throughout the city including a literature review, engagement with stakeholders, site visits and identification of best practice in setting parking standards.  The... continue

4 Nov 2018Parking Review News
Stripe Consulting to design Cirencester multi-storey

Stripe Consulting to design Cirencester multi-storey

Cotswold District Council has engaged Stripe Consulting, a specialist in car park structures, to help create a proposed multi-storey car park at the Waterloo surface parking site in Cirencester. Stripe is... continue

3 Nov 2018Parking Review News

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