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Unlawful Signage created millions in parking fines   -  Monday 11 February 2013

According to a BBC report incorrect signage suspending parking bays in various local authority districts in London are deemed unlawful.

This has come to the surface when a fine issued in 2010 was deemed unlawful by a judge when it was discorvered that the bays were suspended using incorrect signage.  To read more on this article follow the link....

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Yarm town centre parking problems - Thursday 31 January 2013

Currently the local authority, Stockton Council manage and enforce the car parks in Yarm.

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Reports finds charging for parking is not responsible for decline of high streets - Tuesday 15 January 2013

A recent combined report undertaken by the the British Parking Association (BPA), the Association of Town & City Management (ATCM), Springboard Research Ltd and Parking Data & Research International (PDRI) is not responsible for the decline of the High Street.

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Reduced Speed gets public support - Monday 7 January 2013

20mph zones are continuing to gain public support a recent survey in the Independent shows.

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Tory Councils charge more than the opposition - Friday 4 January 2013

A report from the Labour Party states that "Conservative-run councils bring in more income from parking charges than Labour town hall..."

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Somerset Town Council wants to take on car paks lease - Thursday 20 December 2012

Nailsea, a small town in Somerset has asked if they can take over the lease of car parks.

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Yarm town centre parking problems - Thursday 31 January 2013

Currently the local authority, Stockton Council manage and enforce the car parks in Yarm.

Read the full article >>

Reports finds charging for parking is not responsible for decline of high streets - Tuesday 15 January 2013

A recent combined report undertaken by the the British Parking Association (BPA), the Association of Town & City Management (ATCM), Springboard Research Ltd and Parking Data & Research International (PDRI) is not responsible for the decline of the High Street.

Read the full article >>

Reduced Speed gets public support - Monday 7 January 2013

20mph zones are continuing to gain public support a recent survey in the Independent shows.

Read the full article >>

Tory Councils charge more than the opposition - Friday 4 January 2013

A report from the Labour Party states that "Conservative-run councils bring in more income from parking charges than Labour town hall..."

Read the full article >>

Somerset Town Council wants to take on car paks lease - Thursday 20 December 2012

Nailsea, a small town in Somerset has asked if they can take over the lease of car parks.

Read the full article >>