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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

FORMAL MINUTES



Wednesday 21 June 2006

Members present:

Mrs Gwyneth Dunwoody, in the Chair

Clive Efford
Mrs Louise Ellman
Mr Robert Goodwill
Mr John Leech
Mr Eric Martlew
Mr Lee Scott
Graham Stringer

The Committee deliberated.

Draft Report (Parking Policy and Enforcement), proposed by the Chairman, brought up and read.

Ordered, That the draft Report be read a second time, paragraph by paragraph.

Paragraphs 1 to 315 read and agreed to.

Ordered, That the Annex be attached to the Report.

Motion made, and Question proposed, That the report be the Seventh Report from the Committee to the House.—(The Chairman.)

The Committee divided.


Ayes, 7

Clive Efford

Mrs Louise Ellman
Mr Robert Goodwill
Mr John Leech
Mr Eric Martlew
Mr Lee Scott
Noes, 1

Mr Graham Stringer

Ordered, That the report be the Seventh Report from the Committee to the House.

Ordered, That the Appendices to the Minutes of Evidence taken before the Committee be reported to the House.

Ordered, That the provisions of Standing Order No. 134 (Select committee (reports)) be applied to the Report.

Ordered, That the Chairman do make the Report to the House.


[Adjourned till Wednesday 21 June at half past two o’clock.






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