Making chargepoints truly accessible

Making chargepoints truly accessible

Designability, a charity that creates products to enable disabled people to live with greater independence, is to support a Motability project that aims to make electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure in the UK accessible for people living with disabilities. Motability is a national charity... continue

9 Apr 2021Parking Review News
South Coast resorts prepare for lockdown easing

South Coast resorts prepare for lockdown easing

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council has drawn up a seasonal response plan to manage the resort’s beaches, town centres, car parks, parks and open spaces. Last year, the... continue

9 Apr 2021Parking Review News
Lake District gets ready for visitors

Lake District gets ready for visitors

The Lake District National Park Authority is creating additional parking areas as it prepares for an increase in visitors as lockdown restrictions... continue

9 Apr 2021Parking Review News
A plea to staycationers to please park nicely

A plea to staycationers to please park nicely

Hopes are high that as lockdown eases over the next few months popular tourist destinations will see the return of much needed visitors to boost local economies. These communities... continue

9 Apr 2021Parking Review Opinion
Hackney School Streets toolkit updated

Hackney School Streets toolkit updated

Hackney Council has updated its guide to creating School Streets. The Hackney School Streets Toolkit for Professionals is a practical guide designed to... continue

9 Apr 2021Parking Review News
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NEPP launches Park Safe Schools scheme

The North Essex Parking Partnership (NEPP) is to pilot remotely enforcing parking restrictions around schools using cameras. The scheme, known as Park Safe Schools, uses cameras to improve road safety at the school gates and tackle dangerous and illegal parking outside schools. The scheme follows... continue

9 Apr 2021Parking Review News
NHS England releases free parking advice

NHS England releases free parking advice

NHS England and Improvement (NHS E&I) provided NHS Trusts with the full definitions of free parking concessionary groups on 23 March. Free parking at... continue

9 Apr 2021Parking Review News
Royal Parks extends traffic reduction measures

Royal Parks extends traffic reduction measures

The Royal Parks charity will retain traffic management measures designed to reduce the impact of cut-through traffic for another year. The decision follows the completion of... continue

9 Apr 2021Parking Review News
Council pays £1.6m to settle parking enforcement contract dispute

Council pays £1.6m to settle parking enforcement contract dispute

Errors made during the awarding of a parking enforcement contract have cost a council more than £1.6m. Oxfordshire County Council has published the findings of an external review launched after the existing parking enforcement contractor made a... continue

9 Apr 2021Parking Review News
Bath charging Clean Air Zone goes live

Bath charging Clean Air Zone goes live

The UK’s first charging Clean Air Zone (CAZ) outside London went live in Bath city centre on 16 March. The CAZ is intended to bring nitrogen... continue

9 Apr 2021Parking Review News
A clear message for the engine idlers

A clear message for the engine idlers

Idling Action London has launched a new campaign to encourage drivers to switch off when pulled over. Adverts were posted billboards across London,... continue

9 Apr 2021Parking Review News

PM and DfT set out plans for more bus lanes

The UK government has unveiled a £3bn transport strategy for England that it claims will lead to the creation of hundreds of miles of new bus lanes, fares with daily price caps and more evening and weekend services. The Department for Transport (DfT) said the government’s new bus... continue

9 Apr 2021Parking Review News

DfT offices for Leeds and Birmingham

The Department for Transport (DfT) is create a second headquarters in Birmingham and a northern hub in Leeds. The government suggests that expanding the DfT’s presence in the Midlands and the North will boost local economies as government builds back better from coronavirus. The creation of a... continue

9 Apr 2021Parking Review News

Edinburgh introduces Sunday parking restrictions

Sunday afternoon parking restrictions were introduced in Edinburgh city centre on 11 April. The City of Edinburgh Council is also rolling out shared-use parking bays across the city, meaning either permit holders or pay & display customers can use the same spaces. The decision to introduce... continue

9 Apr 2021Parking Review News
Predicting the journey out of lockdown

Predicting the journey out of lockdown

The current, receding lockdown period has been different from those that have gone before, with ZatNation automatic numberplate recognition (ANPR) read... continue

9 Apr 2021Parking Review Opinion
New surveillance and biometrics commissioner named

New surveillance and biometrics commissioner named

Fraser Sampson is the government’s new independent Biometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner, replacing the part-time Biometrics Commissioner and Surveillance Camera Commissioner... continue

9 Apr 2021Parking Review News
EVBox teams up with YourParkingSpace

EVBox teams up with YourParkingSpace

A pre-bookable electric vehicle charging service being developed by online parking portal YourParkingSpace and chargepoint developer EVBox. The... continue

9 Apr 2021Parking Review News

ANPR experts will help develop UK ITS strategy

Business experts from the camera enforcement sector have been elected by fellow executive members onto the ITS (UK) strategy committee. Clearview’s business development consultant Neil Levett and Jenoptik’s deputy managing director Geoff Collins will join the committee that scrutinises... continue

9 Apr 2021Parking Review News
Oxford explores kerbside charging ideas

Oxford explores kerbside charging ideas

ODS, Oxford’s Local Authority Trading Company, and Oxfordshire County Council have won a grant to collaborate on developing an innovative and... continue

9 Apr 2021Parking Review News
Drivers trust electric vehicle roll-out will happen smoothly

Drivers trust electric vehicle roll-out will happen smoothly

Cost, charging infrastructure and range anxiety are the biggest barriers for those unlikely to purchase an electric car in the next five years, a survey by the Transport Focus, the independent watchdog for transport users shows. With sales... continue

9 Apr 2021Parking Review News
Ecotricity teams up with Gridserve

Ecotricity teams up with Gridserve

Ecotricity and Gridserve have announced a major new collaboration to turbocharge development of the Electric Highway, a nationwide... continue

9 Apr 2021Parking Review News

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