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Parking & Property: Building a better future for towns and cities

The only event connecting parking and property professionals

15 March 2017
Parking & Property takes place on 8 June
Parking & Property takes place on 8 June
Nigel Williams
Nigel Williams


Parking & Property 2017

8 June: 15 Hatfields, London

Parking & Property is the only annual event dedicated to off-street parking. Over the past 7 years the conference has provided a forum for debate and sharing best practice among public and private sector car park owners and operators, developers, planners and companies supplying design and equipment services.

The conference content is developed by Nigel Williams, managing director of Parking Matters, and Mark Moran, editor of Parking Review. The programme is devised in close consultation with the speakers, who are drawn from parking operators, developers, architects, construction companies, retailers, technologists, consultants and professional organisations. This means the programme reflects the business, legislative and technological changes affecting the provision, operation and use of car parks.

Topical and expert debate

Parking & Property focuses on how technical innovation and societal trends are changing the relationship between parking, property and retail

The 2016 conference explores how retailers and shopping centre owners are making parking facilities a positive part of the shopping experience by creating more attractive facilities and using parking as part of their marketing and loyalty programmes. The day also featured presentations by specialists in property management, Intelligent Mobility and the Internet of Things (IoT).

The programme drew together leading figures from the European parking sector. The 2016 keynote presentation was delivered by Theo Thuis, chief operating officer of Q-Park, the major European parking operator. 

Other organisations at this event were British LandCiscoIntu PropertiesLondon Councils and Muse Developments.

There was also a policy update, provided by the British Parking Association, on the UK government's consultation on the operation and regulation of car parks.

Past events have seen presentations by organisations such as Heathrow Airport Ltd, Indigo, JustPark, NCP and Parkopedia

Networking and contact making

The day concludes with The Parking & Property Social, an opportunity for conference delegates to network with the speakers and exhibitors over drinks and canapés.

However, the Parking & Property experience does not end with the close of the conference and exhibition. There is ongoing discussion of key themes in the Parking & Property LinkedIn group, and a stream of feature and comment articles in Parking Review throughout the year. We hope that you will engage with the ideas online and print between now and next spring's conference.

To find out more about Parking & Property contact Mark Moran, editor of Parking Review.

Email Mark Moran by clicking here

Parking & Property 2016

Last year's event took place on 12 May in London. Key areas of discussion were: the changing role local authorities as car park asset owners; new technology and intelligent parking; the convergence of on-street and off-street parking; and driving value for car parks.

The speakers

The speakers included:

  • Andrew Barton, project director, Muse Developments
  • Roger Binks, customer experience director, Intu Properties
  • Maria Hernandez, business development and solutions strategist, Internet of Everything, Cisco
  • Nick Lester-Davis, corporate director of services, London Councils
  • Justus Loebler, PhD student, Imperial College London
  • Andrew Luck, transport manager, London Councils
  • Guiliano Mingardo, senior researcher, transport economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  • Mark Potter, director, Potter & Holmes Architects
  • Guy Slocombe, director of property, investment and estates, Westminster City Council
  • John Taylor, director, USL Group
  • Theo Thuis, chief operating officer, Q-Park Group
  • Patrick Troy, chief executive officer, British Parking Association
  • David Tudor-Morgan, head of retail property management, British Land
  • Keith Williams, associate director, Parking Matters
  • Nigel Williams, managing director, Parking Matters

The exhibition

Parking & Property is also a marketplace, with the seminar complemented by an exhibition showcasing services and technology. Delegates are able to network and see the latest systems and services during social sessions held in the supporting exhibition.

In 2016 the exhibitors included:

For details of how to sponsor or exhibit at Parking & Property contact Tracy Hawley.

The seminar and its supporting exhibition are managed by Landor LINKS.

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