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British Parking Association

Stuart House
41-43 Perrymount Road
Haywards Heath
West Sussex
RH14 3BN
United Kingdom

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'BPA helps make NHS parking better'

The British Parking Association (BPA) has been working with the Department of Health in updating parking guidelines for NHS Trusts, which have been published. The guidelines include case studies of good practice that other NHS Trusts are encouraged to emulate.


BPA: Everyone should be able to appeal against unfair parking enforcement

The British Parking Association says it wants to ensure parking enforcement is undertaken fairly, reasonably and responsibly. It says rogue ticketing on private land causes distress to motorists and small businesses alike and should be properly regulated.


Government recognises that proper parking and traffic management remains vital to communities

In a speech made as the parking profession congregated for its annual Parkex show yesterday (Tuesday 10 June), Robert Goodwill MP, Under Secretary of State for Transport said the vast majority of parking is being managed in a proportionate way


British Parking Association: Scottish Conservatives just scaremongering

Scottish Conservative transport spokesman, Alex Johnstone MSP has declared that the move from police wardens to private parking operators in Scotland would provide a gravy train of profits for the private operator. “This is just scaremongering ”, says Patrick Troy, Chief Executive of The British Parking Association (BPA).


Pro parking in healthcare

First published in 2010, the British Parking Association (BPA) has re-published its Charter for Healthcare Parking which aims to strike the right balance between being fair to patients, visitors and staff ensuring facilities are managed effectively for the good of everyone.


Charter for hospital parking launched

The British Parking Association (BPA), backed by the NHS Confederation and the Healthcare Facilities Consortium, launched a Charter for Hospital Parking this week.