25 Apr 2018Local Transport Today News
Intu Potteries retains Park Mark

Intu Potteries retains Park Mark

The intu Potteries shopping centre in Stoke-on-Trent has retained its Safer Parking Scheme Park Mark award for car parks for 16... continue

15 May 2018Parking Review News
NCP secures lease on Royal Liverpool University Hospital car park

NCP secures lease on Royal Liverpool University Hospital car park

NCP has secured a 29-year lease for the multi-storey car park serving Royal Liverpool University Hospital. The 702-space facility provides spaces for hospital staff. NCP has committed to investing around £300,000 on improvements throughout the car park.... continue

15 May 2018Parking Review News
Volvo Cars and Amazon offer delivery-to-car in USA

Volvo Cars and Amazon offer delivery-to-car in USA

Volvo Cars is partnering with Amazon to bring in-car delivery of packages to customers in the United States. The service is made available via a smartphone app that connects with the Volvo On Call... continue

15 May 2018Parking Review News
Dacorum council renews Indigo parking enforcement contract

Dacorum council renews Indigo parking enforcement contract

Dacorum Borough Council in Hertfordshire has awarded Indigo a new parking enforcement services contract. Indigo has been providing parking services for Dacorum in towns such as Berkhamsted and Hemel Hempstead for 14 years. Indigo... continue

15 May 2018Parking Review News

Swansea drivers abuse of disabled bays exposed

Over 1,600 motorists in Swansea have been penalised for parking in disabled bays without displaying a Blue Badge over last year. Figures released by Swansea Council reveal that between March 2017 and February 2018 some 1,660 drivers were fined for illegally parking in the bays. A total of 344... continue

15 May 2018Parking Review News
Bracknell's Princess Square car park gets a new lease of life

Bracknell's Princess Square car park gets a new lease of life

The Lexicon in Bracknell is one of the biggest town centre regenerations in the UK. In addition to 70 new shops and restaurants, the project also encompasses improvements to the Berkshire town’s existing High Street buildings and the... continue

14 May 2018Parking Review Features
Responsible parking management is essential for a better parking experience

Responsible parking management is essential for a better parking experience

Andrew Pester

Every day, millions of us go about our daily lives because parking is... continue

14 May 2018Parking Review Opinion

Are a record number of penalties really being issued?

The number of parking charge notices being issued to drivers parking on private land has risen by almost a million in just 12 months to a new high, analysis of official data by the RAC Foundation suggests. The motoring research organisation said its examination of DVLA data shows that in the last... continue

14 May 2018Parking Review Opinion
14 May 2018Parking Review Opinion
Works start on Lowestoft retail scheme

Works start on Lowestoft retail scheme

Work has begun on the 21,000 square metre retail park in Tower Street, Lowestoft, Suffolk. The scheme will turn a redundant brownfield site into a... continue

12 May 2018Parking Review News
Hempstead Valley shopping centre to be expanded

Hempstead Valley shopping centre to be expanded

New retail units and a parking deck will be created at Hempstead Valley shopping centre near Gillingham in Kent. While the new parking deck will make up for some of the lost spaces there... continue

12 May 2018Parking Review News
Ashford Designer Outlet Centre to be expanded

Ashford Designer Outlet Centre to be expanded

Parking for 725 cars is being provided as part of the expansion of McArthurGlen’s Ashford Designer Outlet in Kent.  When the 30,500 squre metre extension opens in... continue

12 May 2018Parking Review News
Swindon leisure venue plans unveiled

Swindon leisure venue plans unveiled

A 900-space car park features in proposals to develop a retail, leisure and hotel scheme in Swindon, Wiltshire. Developer SevenCapital has... continue

12 May 2018Parking Review News
The Crown is restored to Ipswich as new car park takes shape

The Crown is restored to Ipswich as new car park takes shape

A new multi-storey car park is set to open in the centre of Ipswich. The 546-space Crown car park has been created by Ipswich Borough Council to replace a structure demolished in 2009. The new £5.5m multi-storey park replaces... continue

12 May 2018Parking Review News

Cardiff hospital car parks renovated

Two car parks serving the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff are undergoing a major renovation lasting three months. USL was appointed as principal contractor to deliver a multi-disciplined project over a 12-week period starting in February. The works include: cold-applied liquid roofing to... continue

12 May 2018Parking Review News
Rhyl car park renovation will help coastal town's regeneration

Rhyl car park renovation will help coastal town's regeneration

The planned renovation of a car park in Rhyl will make it more user-friendly and help attract tourists and visitors to the North Wales coastal resort.  The £2m car park refurbishment is part of a wider regeneration of the town, which... continue

12 May 2018Parking Review News
12 May 2018Parking Review Opinion

Reforms urged to demand forecasting

Ten recommendations for improving travel demand forecasting and transport policy in the face of uncertainty have been made by the Commission on Travel Demand following a 12-month inquiry.     The Commission calls for demand to be forecast against a wider range of future growth... continue

11 May 2018Local Transport Today News

Jones ‘must not decide fate of M4 relief road’

Welsh first minister Carwyn Jones has been urged by one of his own backbenchers to leave to his successor the decision on whether to proceed with building the controversial M4 Relief Road at Newport. Jones, who recently announced he will step down in December, said last month that he had not... continue

11 May 2018Local Transport Today News
EEH vents frustration about Oxford-Cambridge road study

EEH vents frustration about Oxford-Cambridge road study

Andrew Forster

The England’s Economic Heartland grouping of... continue

11 May 2018Local Transport Today News

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