14 Dec 2018Local Transport Today News
Traffic + Parking: The kerbside is the city’s front line

Traffic + Parking: The kerbside is the city’s front line

Mark Moran

Traffic and parking management professionals will be... continue

13 Dec 2018Parking Review News
Indigo sells UK, German, Czech and Slovak parking subsidiaries

Indigo sells UK, German, Czech and Slovak parking subsidiaries

French parking company Indigo sold several of its European subsidiaries to, including the UK, Germany, Czech Republic and Slovakia operations, to Spain’s Saba Infraestructuras.  The sale reflects Indigo’s strategy to focus on... continue

12 Dec 2018Parking Review News
British Parking Awards deadline extended

British Parking Awards deadline extended

The British Parking Awards 2019 recognises excellence in management, design and innovation in both the on-street and off-street parking sector. To give... continue

12 Dec 2018Parking Review News

Man who attacked Birmingham CEO jailed

A member of a gang who attacked a Birmingham City Council civil enforcement officer has been jailed for nine months. Danyal Bashir, 20, was caught on phone camera footage attacking of CEO Charlie Weston, whose head was repeatedly stamped on in the Alum Rock area.  Birmingham Crown Court... continue

12 Dec 2018Parking Review News
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Senior Lecturer/ Associate Professor of Global Studies

University of AucklandSenior Lecturer/ Associate Professor of Global StudiesThe Faculty of Arts The Faculty of Arts at The University of Auckland seeks applications for a senior scholar and teacher... Auckland, NZ Competitive Salary

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London drivers urged not to block box fire station box junctions

London drivers urged not to block box fire station box junctions

Transport for London (TfL) and the London Fire Brigade (LFB) are reminding motorists not to stop in yellow box junctions. Stopping in these boxes is illegal and can cost the LFB vital time responding to emergencies.  In 2017/18, 123,071 penalty... continue

12 Dec 2018Parking Review News
Essex schools get no parking zones

Essex schools get no parking zones

The North Essex Parking Partnership (NEPP) has launched a parking scheme to encourage parents not to drop their children at the front... continue

12 Dec 2018Parking Review News
On the suicide watch

On the suicide watch

The Secret Parking Manager

There can be no lower point in the world of parking... continue

10 Dec 2018Parking Review Opinion
Design of new Liverpool multi-storey unveiled

Design of new Liverpool multi-storey unveiled

A 1,640-space car park is to be built by Liverpool City Council to replace the King’s Dock multi-storey destroyed by fire on New Year’s Eve. The new car park will... continue

10 Dec 2018Parking Review News
Fire spread in car parks to be reviewed

Fire spread in car parks to be reviewed

A major review of fire safety in car parks is required following the blaze that destroyed a  multi-storey car park in Liverpool almost a year ago. The... continue

10 Dec 2018Parking Review News
Independent Appeals Service publishes annual report

Independent Appeals Service publishes annual report

The Independent Appeals Service (IAS) was created to adjudicate on disputes between parking operators and consumers within the UK parking services industry. It listens to appeals involving parking charge... continue

10 Dec 2018Parking Review Features
IPC plans to provide public sector parking appeals

IPC plans to provide public sector parking appeals

The International Parking Community (IPC) is seeking to run an adjudication service that decide appeals against penalty charge notices (PCNs) issued by local authorities. The IPC currently... continue

10 Dec 2018Parking Review News
IPC expands head office team

IPC expands head office team

The International Parking Community (IPC) has unveiled a new team structure to support its members and deliver... continue

10 Dec 2018Parking Review News

English local authorities see parking surpluses rise again, says RAC Foundation

English local authorities are generating a significant surplus from their parking management and enforcement activities, says the RAC Foundation. Councils in England have seen their parking surpluses rise by almost a third (32%) over the past four years, the motoring body says. Total income from... continue

10 Dec 2018Parking Review News

Welsh councils make combined surplus of £14.4m on parking activities, says RAC Foundation

Welsh local authorities made a combined surplus of £14.4m on their parking activities in the last financial year, analysis by the RAC Foundation suggests. The figure for 2017-18 was 3% higher than the £14m made in 2016-17. The rise was the fifth consecutive annual increase. The data,... continue

10 Dec 2018Parking Review News
Reviewing the evidence

Reviewing the evidence

The Environment and Traffic Adjudicators (ETA) heard over 36,000 appeals against... continue

10 Dec 2018Parking Review Features
The London adjudicators' view

The London adjudicators' view

Caroline Hamilton

The Environment and Traffic Adjudicators (ETA) is the independent appeals tribunal... continue

10 Dec 2018Parking Review Opinion
DMUK calls for more prosecutions of Blue Badge fraudsters

DMUK calls for more prosecutions of Blue Badge fraudsters

Disabled charity Disabled Motoring UK (DMUK) says it wants to see the Blue Badge Scheme properly administered and enforced. The Blue Badge Statistics for 2017/18 released on 29 November 2018 reveal that the majority of local... continue

10 Dec 2018Parking Review Opinion
Blue Badge thefts up six-fold in five years, says LGA

Blue Badge thefts up six-fold in five years, says LGA

The theft of Blue Badges used by disabled motorists in England has risen by 45% in the past 12 months and is up sixfold since 2013, the Local Government Association (LGA) reports. The number of people caught... continue

10 Dec 2018Parking Review News

Private parking sector on course to issue 6.8m PCNs a year, says RAC Foundation

Private parking firms are on course to issue 6.8 million a year, the equivalent of one parking charge notice being written every five seconds, the RAC Foundation claims. The motoring research body has analyses information published by the DVLA that shows in the second quarter of 2018-19 the agency... continue

6 Dec 2018Parking Review News

Mobile camera enforcement aids vulnerable people, says Welsh council

Rhodri Clark

Using a camera car to enforce parking regulations at bus stops, schools and pedestrian crossings helps the most vulnerable members of society, according to an authority that recently began its own mobile enforcement.  Rhondda Cynon Taf Council (RCT) is one of several Welsh unitary authorities... continue

6 Dec 2018Parking Review News

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