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Have Your Say on the Future of Self-Ticketing

The IPC will be hosting a meeting in Macclesfield on April 17th to discuss the self-ticketing provisions in the IPC Code of Practice. The DVLA will also be attending. Any IPC member who utilises self-ticketing is strongly advised to attend. If you would like to attend the meeting or if you would like to submit an idea on how the self-ticketing provisions can be improved, please contact Chris ... Read More

Posted on 03/04/2019 09:44:33

Give Your Business A Boost With A People's Parking Accreditation

The IPC is proud to partner with Helen Dolphin MBE to offer People's Parking accreditation. This accreditation helps provide a caring customer experience, attracts business and harmonises with the Discrimination clauses in a KADOE Contract. It's also endorsed by a number of IPC AOS members. People's Parking accreditation is available on application through the IPC website when uploading your ... Read More

Posted on 13/03/2019 15:03:23

New Case Law Extends Beavis Doctrine

The recent case of VCS Ltd v Ward has very important ramifications for parking operators by extending the Supreme Court decision in ParkingEye v Beavis to "No Stopping" zones. Provided there is ample and correctly worded signage, the Supreme Court decision in ParkingEye v Beavis applies equally to "No Stopping" scenarios as it does to car park overstayers.A full case transcript can be found in ... Read More

Posted on 14/02/2019 17:04:25

Local Authority - Parking Best Practice Forum

The IPC has established a focus group devoted to the unique challenges of being a local authority parking services provider.The Local Authority – Parking Best Practice Forum will be an amalgam of the IPC’s extensive knowledge base delivered through a member-centric symposium. Members will gain comprehensive advice, and support, on all relevant areas of law and statutory regulation.Since ... Read More

Posted on 10/10/2017 08:17:26

Acknowledgement Letter

Posted on 25/11/2016 16:43:49

The IPC celebrates continued growth and launches new initiatives - 2016 Annual Conference a “resounding success” -

“It has been an outstanding year for The International Parking Community (IPC) with membership continuing to grow under our new and more expansive identity, new partnerships forged with key organisations and a host of new initiatives underway.”  Speaking to the large audience at The IPC’s 2016 Annual Conference, Will Hurley, Director of the Trade Association, said he was particularly ... Read More

Posted on 15/11/2016 16:29:40

New Focus Group for Higher Education

The IPC would like to announce the formation of the Higher Education - Parking Best Practice Forum. This new membership option is designed to cater for parking personnel within the higher education sector, and the unique challenges they encounter.The content will be bespoke and tailored to the needs of each university, while drawing upon the IPC’s extensive knowledge and experience.To register ... Read More

Posted on 15/11/2016 16:29:40