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MK1 opened in December 2012 with top fashion brands such as Marks & Spencer, Primark, River Island, H&M, New Look and Outfit and has just over 600 car parking spaces.  The retail park received over 3 million shoppers in its fi...
The Festival Leisure Park in Basildon Essex has successfully retained Safer Parking Park Mark® status following a recent re-assessment by Mike Bibby, BPA Area Manager for Essex Kent & Sussex.  On site outlets include various r...
  The Royals Shopping Centre in Southend-on-Sea retained Safer Parking Scheme status after re-assessment by John Hills, Essex Police Accredited Assessor and Mike Bibby, BPA Area Manager for Essex Kent & Sussex. Over the past t...
The Safer Parking Scheme, launched in 2004, celebrates its 10th Anniversary this year, making it the most successful scheme for car parks. Chelmsford City Council retained Safer Parking status following recent assessments by Mike Bibb...
The BPA fully understands the recent announcement by Health Minister Jeremy Hunt to ensure vulnerable patients and visitors can reclaim fees of up to £4 an hour. The BPA’s Healthcare Parking Charter aims to strike the right bala...

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