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Legal guide to UK motoring, sections for law enforcement, Driver licensing, learner and new drivers, buying and selling, speeding fines, owning a vehicle, wheel clamping, traffic information.
Transport - Seventh Report
INTRODUCTION 
ENFORCEMENTLOADING AND UNLOADING
 Police inaction
Civil parking enforcement
Two systems of parking enforcement
Advantages of a single decriminalised enforcement system
 Definitions
Provision of loading capacity
STATUTORY GUIDANCEPARKING STRATEGIES
 The advantages of specific guidance
The need for revised guidance
 Parking as a traffic management tool
Guidance for local transport planning
Good practice guidance on parking strategies
TRANSPARENCYPARKING ACCESSIBILITY
 Publication of annual statistics
Parking as an income generator for local authorities
Enforcement contracts and incentives
Scrutiny of local authority parking operations
 Pavement parking
Road safety
’Blue Badge’ scheme
Parking space: capacity and demand
Planning Policy Guidance
REPRESENTATIONS PUBLICITY AND CONSULTATION
 Timeframes
Grounds for considering representations
Fourteen day discount
Professional service, costs, compensation
 Publicity
Consultation, consent, engagement
APPEALS TO THE PARKING ADJUDICATORS TECHNOLOGY AND DATABASES
 Independence of the adjudicators and quality of service
Lack of awareness of the right to appeal
Powers of the adjudicators
Investigating maladministration
The importance of developing the adjudication service
 Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) register
Continuous vehicle registration
Access to DVLA data
New technologies for parking
Real time information
Technology for enforcement
Technology for processing tickets
PROPORTIONALITY CONCLUSION
 Police inactio
Civil parking enforcement
Two systems of parking enforcement
Advantages of a single decriminalised enforcement system
REPORTS FROM THE TRANSPORT COMMITTEE SINCE 2005
STAFF
LIST OF WRITTEN EVIDENCE
 Training and recruitment
’On-street discretion’

ANNEX - VISIT NOTE
TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDERSFORMAL MINUTES
 Training and recruitment
’On-street discretion’
WITNESSES

LIST OF WRITTEN EVIDENCE

01 British Parking Association Ev 1
02 National Car Parks Limited Ev 6
03 British Parking Association, Supplementary memorandum Ev 19
04 Association of London Government Ev 19
05 Westminster City Council Ev 25
06 Local Government Association Ev 27
07 Manchester City Council Ev 29
08 Winchester City Council Ev 31
09 Westminster City Council, Supplementary memorandum Ev 43
10 Institution of Highways and Transportation Ev 44
11 Technical Advisers Group Ev 47
12 Living Streets Ev 51
13 RAC Foundation for Motoring Ev 64
14 AA Motoring Trust Ev 67
15 Freight Transport Association Ev 70
16 Brewery Logistics Group Ev 79
17 AA Motoring Trust, Supplementary memorandum Ev 91
18 National Parking Adjudication Service, Chief Parking Adjudicator for England and Wales Ev 92
19 Chief Parking Adjudicator for London, Parking and Traffic Appeals Service Ev 96
20 National Parking Adjudication Service, Supplementary memorandum Ev 106
21 Department for Transport Ev 108
22 Department for Transport, Supplementary memorandum Ev 133
23 Brighton and Hove Council Ev 136
24 London Borough of Camden Ev 136
25 Essex County Council Ev 139
26 AppealNow.com Ev 141
27 Campaign for the Protection of Rural England Ev 145
28 Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Ev 148
29 Association of Train Operating Companies Ev 150
30 Metric Martyrs Defence Fund Ev 152
31 Metric Martyrs Defence Fund, Supplementary memorandum Ev 154
32 Mr Richard M Bentley Ev 155
33 Disabled Persons Transport Advisory Committee Ev 159
34 Road Haulage Association Ltd Ev 161
35 Transport for London Ev 163
36 FirstGroup plc Ev 166
37 Association of International Couriers and Express Services Ev 169
38 British Retail Consortium Ev 171
39 The London Motorists Action Group Ev 175
40 Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment Ev 183
41 British Security Industry Association Ev 185
42 K J Bower Ev 186
43 Mr Bill Urmenyi Ev 188
44 Mr Malcolm Akerman Ev 189
45 Mr Geoff Simmons Ev 189
46 Mr Mike Lewis Ev 189
47 Mr Michael O’Connor Ev 190
48 Mr Simon Aldridge Ev 191
49 Association of International Courier and Express Services, Supplementary memorandum Ev 194
50 Association of Chief Police Offices of England, Wales and Northern Ireland Ev 194



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