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Priority lanes, bay suspensions and £200 fines set for 2012 Olympics
Deniz Huseyin

Priority lanes will be in operation during the 2012 Olympics, with 60 miles of roads in the capital reserved for accredited Olympic vehicles only. The ‘Games Lanes’ will form part of the... continue

2 Sep 2010Parking Review Supplements
Wirral CEOs set for lollipop role

Wirral CEOs set for lollipop role
Patrick Mcdonnell

Wirral Borough Council is considering a proposal to use civil enforcement officers (CEOs) as... continue

1 Sep 2010Parking Review Supplements
Norfolk plants roadside trees to slow speeders

Norfolk plants roadside trees to slow speeders
Deniz Huseyin

Trees and hedges are being planted on rural roads in Norfolk as a traffic calming measure. About 200 trees have been planted on the... continue

1 Sep 2010Parking Review Supplements
Time to move beyond ASBOS, says Home Secretary

Time to move beyond ASBOS, says Home Secretary

The government has hinted that it may scrap anti-social behaviour orders, with Home Secretary Theresa May announcing that it is “time to move beyond the ASBO”. She accused... continue

1 Sep 2010Parking Review Supplements

Courts owed £1.3bn in unpaid fines and orders

A National Audit Office (NAO) report reveals that Courts in England and Wales are owed £1.3bn in unpaid fines, confiscation and compensation orders due to inadequacies in financial management at the Ministry of Justice (MoJ). The watchdog said that the department was failing to operate... continue

1 Sep 2010Parking Review Supplements
Bill for cleaning streets tops £850m

Bill for cleaning streets tops £850m
Patrick Mcdonnell

The environmental campaign Keep Britain Tidy has revealed that the bill to clean up England’s streets... continue

1 Sep 2010Parking Review Supplements
‘Minor offences should come under civil law’

‘Minor offences should come under civil law’
Patrick Mcdonnell

Criminal laws dealing with petty offences should be scrapped, according to the body responsible for reviewing the law in England... continue

1 Sep 2010Parking Review Supplements

Women with £18k in unpaid fines made bankrupt

A driver who ran up more than £18,000 in penalty charge notices has been declared bankrupt. Claire Williams, a paralegal in Aberdeen, ran up the bill in a year by parking near to her law firm’s office in the city centre. She was repeatedly issued with £60 fines for her black... continue

1 Sep 2010Parking Review Supplements
‘Incentives would reduce roadworks disruption’

‘Incentives would reduce roadworks disruption’
Patrick Mcdonnell

London First, the business membership organisation, has released a report on roadworks and the cost of congestion, concluding that a new... continue

1 Sep 2010Parking Review Supplements

School safety scheme a success

A safety scheme aimed at preventing parents from parking dangerously outside primary schools in an area of Worcester has been declared a success by the city council. Spontaneous patrols by police officers and civil enforcement officers took place at two schools in the Warndon area to encourage... continue

1 Sep 2010Parking Review Supplements

Average speed trial for Poole school

An average speed camera system is to be trialled at a primary school in Poole, Dorset. The six-month trial of Siemens new SafeZone cameras will start at Springdale First School in September. The cameras will measure the average speed of vehicles travelling between two points, but data collected... continue

1 Sep 2010Parking Review Supplements
Farewell to speed cameras?

Farewell to speed cameras?
Deniz Huseyin

Last month Oxfordshire County Council pulled the plug on its fixed and mobile... continue

31 Aug 2010Parking Review Supplements
Power to the pupils!

Power to the pupils!
Patrick McDonnell

Offenders are being ‘invited’ to go back to... continue

31 Aug 2010Parking Review Supplements
Going, going, gone: End of the speed camera

Going, going, gone: End of the speed camera
Patrick McDonnell

Savage cuts government spending on road safety schemes could see thousands of speed cameras switched off across England and... continue

31 Aug 2010Parking Review Supplements
LaneWatch: the automated solution

LaneWatch: the automated solution
Deniz Huseyin

Unattended camera enforcement is increasingly proving to be a cost effective way of improving road... continue

31 Aug 2010Parking Review Supplements
Pedal patrols hit streets of London

Pedal patrols hit streets of London
Patrick Mcdonnell

London's new Police Cycle Task Force (CTF) has made 36 arrests along with the security marking of more... continue

31 Aug 2010Parking Review Supplements

Understanding the 'Big Society'

The general public support the coalition government’s proposal of the ‘Big Society’ but lack of knowledge holding them back. One in three British adults (37%) has not heard of prime minister David Cameron’s ideas for a ‘Big Society’, according to new research... continue

31 Aug 2010Parking Review Supplements
First Aid for the Big Society

First Aid for the Big Society
Mark Moran

LOW?LEVEL anti-social behaviour could be tackled through the introduction of conflict... continue

31 Aug 2010Parking Review Supplements

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