05/07/2016 - PiPA: NHS trust achieves gold-standard at House of Commons reception

The BPA was delighted to award the latest Professionalism in Parking Accreditation (PiPA) to Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust at last week's President's Reception. In the magnificent surroundings of the House of Commons, new BPA President Stephen Brown (pictured on the left) presented the trust's PiPA certificate to Keith Fowler, the trust's Head of Facilities Services (pictured on the right). PiPA is a new, audited accreditation for...

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The BPA was delighted to award the latest Professionalism in Parking Accreditation (PiPA) to Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust at last week's President's Reception.

In the magnificent surroundings of the House of Commons, new BPA President Stephen Brown (pictured on the left) presented the trust's PiPA certificate to Keith Fowler, the trust's Head of Facilities Services (pictured on the right).

PiPA is a new, audited accreditation for organisations, and is currently available for healthcare landowners such as NHS trusts and higher and further education landowners such as universities and colleges. Organisations that hold PiPA are at the forefront of a revolution in parking professionalism and, through PiPA, the BPA recognises and celebrates the highest standards of professionalism in parking.

To learn more about PiPA, including how your NHS trust, university or college could apply for the accreditation, click here.

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