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Master Plans 2015 Parking Forum 1 May 2015 Master Plans 2015 Parking Forum 1 May 2015

How it all started • • • First launched in 2010 Product of the How it all started • • • First launched in 2010 Product of the first Parking Summit Debate resulted in series of Actions Developed by the Parking Forum Produced every year since Launched annually at President’s Reception

Purpose and aims Putting the consumer at the heart of our thinking Developing our Purpose and aims Putting the consumer at the heart of our thinking Developing our membership and delivering better value ü Building a consensus with all stakeholders ü Informing and influencing government Promoting innovation, technology and sustainability Making parking a recognised profession

Building a consensus with all stakeholders Building a consensus with all stakeholders

Informing and influencing government Informing and influencing government

The Plans • • • Published in four distinct editions UK, Wales, Scotland the The Plans • • • Published in four distinct editions UK, Wales, Scotland the Island of Ireland Full Welsh translation A common Theme with country specific variations Presentation and design has evolved every year List of notable achievements from past year

Master Plan 2014 – Theme Rights and Responsibilities Master Plan 2014 – Theme Rights and Responsibilities

Master Plans 2014 – The topics • • Professionalism and qualifications Higher standards in Master Plans 2014 – The topics • • Professionalism and qualifications Higher standards in private parking & adjudication Responsible use of CCTV and ANPR and data processing Educating motorist of rules and regulations Better enforcement of Blue Badge Supporting town centre growth Consistency in pavement parking enforcement Promoting Park Mark® and Life Care Planning

Mission accomplished! Mission accomplished!

Master Plans 2015 - Theme Enabling a mobile society Master Plans 2015 - Theme Enabling a mobile society

Master Plans 2015 - Theme üPromote Professionalism üAdvocate Sustainability üChallenge Perceptions üEncourage innovation Master Plans 2015 - Theme üPromote Professionalism üAdvocate Sustainability üChallenge Perceptions üEncourage innovation

Promote Professionalism • Work with Government, its agencies & others to ensure parking services Promote Professionalism • Work with Government, its agencies & others to ensure parking services are delivered fairly and responsibly • Campaign for better recognition and understanding of how and why parking is managed • Lobby for a single standards setting body for management of parking on private land • • • Develop a Professionalism in Parking Award (Pi. PA) to identify those who provide excellence in parking Invest and collaborate with government & stakeholders in the development of new and improved Codes of Practice and Charters where raising standards is a priority.

Advocate Sustainability • We will support and enable the use of renewable energy, solar Advocate Sustainability • We will support and enable the use of renewable energy, solar power and lowemission vehicles. • We will encourage our members to invest in their people enabling them to become professionally qualified. • We will endeavour to increase the number of Park Mark® awards and campaign for greater awareness and investment in life-care planning for all parking facilities • We will enable regeneration and economic viability of our towns and cities

Challenge Perceptions • We will work with DMUK, Living Streets and others to promote Challenge Perceptions • We will work with DMUK, Living Streets and others to promote the development of common standards in the management and enforcement of parking on footways and areas used by pedestrians. • We will encourage greater use of enforcement powers to tackle blue badge fraud. • We will seek better protection and respect for people delivering parking services and for a reduction in abuse and malicious behaviour towards them. • We will work closely with the Information Commissioner to ensure that motorists’ data is properly safeguarded and, where data is acquired for parking management purposes, that it is used appropriately and in accordance with the law. • We will support the DVLA in their enforcement activities where this helps to improve the proper registration of vehicles.

Encourage Innovation • We will encourage investment and innovation in new and existing technologies Encourage Innovation • We will encourage investment and innovation in new and existing technologies to improve the delivery and management of parking services. • We will drive innovation, investment and social responsibility in the design, maintenance, operation and management of all parking facilities and services • We will work with our members to ensure CCTV and ANPR are used fairly and responsibly, providing benefits to operators and motorists. • We will encourage the development and provision of systems and applications that support ‘connected mobility’ and emerging travel planning tools.

Telling everyone about it… • • Launch at House of Commons – June 29 Telling everyone about it… • • Launch at House of Commons – June 29 th 2015 Sent to every MP, MSP, AM and across all Nations Sent to Parking Forum and other key stakeholders Sent to all BPA members and Park Mark award holders PR to all media contacts Publicised on BPA websites Referenced in all MP and stakeholder communications Presented at all BPA meetings and events

Questions ? Questions ?

Future of the Forum Big issues Big names Big sponsorship Big location Future of the Forum Big issues Big names Big sponsorship Big location

Future of the Forum ü Vision is to make the Forum a truly interactive Future of the Forum ü Vision is to make the Forum a truly interactive place where ideas are born, thought-through and implemented. ü Re-invent membership to involve key people in the sector ü Engage BPA Co. R members ü Explore whether MPs or peers could become members rather than attendees ü Sponsorship could deliver the solution created by moving location and timing

A group of transport-related organisations working together to promote the key issues affecting the A group of transport-related organisations working together to promote the key issues affecting the way goods and services move around the world, at the heart of party conferences. Partners include Freight Transport Association, Living Streets, ABTA, AOA, Sustrans, APPLRG

Transport Hub 2015 • Hub partners run a series of fringe events at the Transport Hub 2015 • Hub partners run a series of fringe events at the three main party conferences with panel of MPs and speakers • Sunday night round table dinners with invited MPs • ‘Big Interviews’ with Ministers hosted by DODS • Dedicated website, branding on literature, media/PR and marketing activity • The Hub is looking for new partners!

Transport Hub • • Typical cost is between £ 7 K – £ 9 Transport Hub • • Typical cost is between £ 7 K – £ 9 K per partner Significantly less cost than for attending separately More partners = reduced cost per head First year of new government is ideal time to attend Conference dates: • • • Liberal Democrats - 9 -23 September in Bournemouth Labour - 27 -30 September in Brighton Conservatives - 4 -7 October in Manchester • Contact Dave. [email protected] co. uk for more details