Islington fined £70k for parking appeals data breach

Islington fined £70k for parking appeals data breach

Mark Moran

Islington Council has been fined £70,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) after failing to keep almpost 90,000 people’s... continue

18 Aug 2017Parking Review News
LGA calls for more funding and powers to tackle traffic congestion

LGA calls for more funding and powers to tackle traffic congestion

Patrick McDonnell

The average British motorist wastes £968 and spends nearly... continue

23 Aug 2017Parking Review News
Driver jailed for fatal crash during bid to reach 100mph for Snapchat video

Driver jailed for fatal crash during bid to reach 100mph for Snapchat video

Patrick McDonnell

A driver has been jailed for causing the death of a friend after he... continue

23 Aug 2017Parking Review News
Welsh police forces ask for dashcam footage of dangerous driving

Welsh police forces ask for dashcam footage of dangerous driving

Patrick McDonnell

Police forces across Wales will now accept... continue

23 Aug 2017Parking Review News
Ford launches car and van scrappage scheme

Ford launches car and van scrappage scheme

Patrick McDonnell

Ford has launched a car and van scrappage scheme that enables UK motorists to make savings of up to £7,000 on some new... continue

23 Aug 2017Parking Review News
Parapet collapses at NCP car park in Nottingham

Parapet collapses at NCP car park in Nottingham

Mark Moran

A parapet at an NCP car park in Nottingham City Centre partially collapsed in the small hours of Saturday Morning. No one was injured in... continue

21 Aug 2017Parking Review News
Parkmobile expands UK offices

Parkmobile expands UK offices

Mark Moran

Parkmobile Group has expanded its UK offices to support international growth of its... continue

16 Aug 2017Parking Review News

Five prosecuted for Blue Badge misuse in Bromley

Mark Moran

Five south London drivers have been prosecuted and ordered to pay fines totalling £5,779, including court costs and surcharges, after they were caught displaying a Blue Badge that they were not entitled to use. The convictions followed investigations by the London Borough of Bromley linked to... continue

16 Aug 2017Parking Review News
Bosch launches secure lorry parking service

Bosch launches secure lorry parking service

Mark Moran

German automotive components manufacturer Bosch has launched a system that helps hauliers locate, book and pay for secure truck... continue

16 Aug 2017Parking Review Products & Services

Leicester cuts cost of park & ride for commuters, but other fares rise

Mark Moran

The cost of using Leicester’s park & ride services will be reduced for commuters who buy season tickets, but other fares will be increased. People buying a 52-week ticket from September will see the cost of their ticket dropping from £420 to £320. Those opting for a... continue

16 Aug 2017Parking Review News

Leicester cracks down on dangerous parking

Mark Moran

Drivers who park so they cause a hazard to other road users and pedestrians are being targeted in a road safety crackdown by Leicester City Council. Motorists now face immediate fines if they park recklessly in areas such as school zig-zag markings, in bus clearways or on double yellow lines in... continue

16 Aug 2017Parking Review News
Countryside crime cost £39m in 2016, says insurer NFU Mutual

Countryside crime cost £39m in 2016, says insurer NFU Mutual

Mark Moran

Thefts of farm vehicles are on the increase, with Land... continue

16 Aug 2017Parking Review News

UK government wants to avoid hard border in Ireland

Mark Moran

The British government has said it wants to avoid creating a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland after the UK leaves the European Union (EU) in March 2019. Northern Ireland is the only part of the UK that will share a land border with an EU member state post-Brexit.... continue

16 Aug 2017Parking Review News
81% of people think autonomous vehicles are a good idea, says study

81% of people think autonomous vehicles are a good idea, says study

Mark Moran

Over 80% of the people surveyed (81%) are open to the idea of... continue

16 Aug 2017Parking Review News
UK airport parking business acquires Australian company

UK airport parking business acquires Australian company

Mark Moran

Leeds-based airport parking price comparison service... continue

15 Aug 2017Parking Review News
ParkCloud now taking reservations for Q-Park's Irish sites

ParkCloud now taking reservations for Q-Park's Irish sites

Mark Moran

Online parking reservation provider ParkCloud has... continue

15 Aug 2017Parking Review News

Horizon Parking teams up with Parkonomy

Mark Moran

Horizon Parking has signed a deal with online payment platform Parkonomy.com to promote their parking opportunities in various destinations across the UK. Horizon Parking manages over 1,325 car parks for public and private sector clients in the leisure, residential, education, transport,... continue

15 Aug 2017Parking Review News

Kingston upon Thames retains NSL as parking contractor

Mark Moran

The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames has retained NSL as its parking services provider. NSL has worked for the south-west London borough for over a decade. The new five-year contract has options to extend up to 10 years. It will see the contractor’s 50-strong team undertake civil parking... continue

15 Aug 2017Parking Review News
Cars parked near Luton Airport vandalised

Cars parked near Luton Airport vandalised

Mark Moran

Two cars parked by holidaymakers on streets near Luton Airport have been vandalised. A windscreen and windows were... continue

15 Aug 2017Parking Review News

Football fans pay average of £12 to park at Premier League stadiums, claims INRIX

Mark Moran

English football fans heading to Premier League matches are paying average of £12 a game to park at stadiums, according to a report by vehicle data specialist INRIX. On average across the Premier League, official stadium parking costs £12 a game or approximately half (47%) the cost per... continue

15 Aug 2017Parking Review News
Edinburgh launches Phase 3 of 20mph speed limits

Edinburgh launches Phase 3 of 20mph speed limits

Mark Moran

City of Edinburgh Council has launched the third phase of its roll-out of 20mph speed limits. The council says that calming traffic has... continue

15 Aug 2017Parking Review News

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