Campaigns

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Phased 3G and 2G switch-off

The 3G mobile service is likely to end in 2025 with 2G networks ending by 2033 at the latest. 

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EV charging infrastructure and bay enforcement

The expansion of EV charging infrastructure across the UK needs to be ready for when sales of new petrol, diesel and hybrid vehicles end by 2035.  With 8-11 million vehicles expected to need charging by 2030 enforcement of EV chargepoint bays will become increasingly important. 

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Preventing suicide in car parks

Suicide is a tragic loss of life, but there are things the parking sector can do to prevent suicide and minimise trauma to parking professionals

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We support DMUK's Baywatch campaign

Disabled Motoring UK's Baywatch campaign monitors the level of disabled parking bay abuse at supermarkets

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Frontline Officer welfare

Frontline parking staff ensure people park safely and considerately.  It is important they are able to do this job without verbal or physical abuse.

Selfish Parker Campaign

Don't be a selfish parker

Our public perception research revealed that anti-social and inconsiderate parking are the biggest frustrations people experience

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Contributing to a safer, more accessible and sustainable environment

The PPA is a national campaign that aims to build public confidence in the parking sector.

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Pavement parking

We lobby government to create a common standard to prevent drivers from parking on pavements 

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Government consultations

We respond to all government consultations that impact our members. Government consultations are an important opportunity to have your say on policy development in the parking, mobility and traffic management sector.  As the breadth of our membership continues to grow so does the breadth of the consultations we respond to. 

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Nuisance vehicles

Nuisance vehicles include those that have either three or more unpaid penalty charge notices (PCNs), no road tax, no valid MOT, or no insurance.

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Enabling camera technology

The Traffic Management Act 2004 (TMA) gives powers to reduce traffic congestion in towns and cities. It includes the traffic signs to which moving traffic enforcement will apply. And includes the sign prohibiting goods vehicles for environmental reasons; such as narrow roads unsuitable for large vehicles, or to protect residents from the nuisance caused by lorries in residential streets. 

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Cleaner air

Our members are committed to improving air quality, reducing congestion and dwell time to find parking spaces to support the government’s clean air strategy