Annual Conference 2021


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Over three exciting days, our conference will reflect, take stock, and move forward in a more considered and positive manner, challenging old ways of doing things and considering the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead. What’s more, you are in control of what you want to watch; as you register you can build a personalised schedule and with 26 experts speaking over three days, we couldn't be more excited about our line-up.

Day one focused on Professional Development

Day two, A New Dawn for Parking, looks at the impact of the pandemic in the morning and the effect of climate change on transport and parking in the afternoon

Day three, A Dawn of Legislative Change, explores how changes to legislation and policy changes for England, Scotand and Wales will shape the parking profession




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As always our Annual Conference is FREE to attend.  If you can, please make a donation to our members' chosen charity Macmillian. COVID has had a detrimental impact on cancer diagnosis and treatment, but your contribution can make a difference. Thank you.


Annual Conference 2021 Programme Summary by British Parking Association

Sessions now avalible to watch on demand  Day one Day two Day three (member log on required)

For the second year in a row, our conference is FREE, and we would be grateful if you could please donate to the BPA members' chosen charity, Macmillan. The pandemic has had a detrimental impact on cancer diagnosis and treatment, and we want to help Macmillan continue the amazing work they do in supporting those living with cancer.


We are excited to anounce that our Keynote Speaker for Day Three sees the return of Ken Hughes

The Big Take Back: An Accelerated Future

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Post pandemic, customers are on a recovery journey. Understanding the values and psychology of recovery are key if we are to position our offering within the mobility industry to survive and thrive in this new world. The digital future that was already unfolding has been significantly accelerated over the past 18-months in consumer behaviour, and the decade ahead is one of significant opportunity. Change offers new markets, new customers and new ways of working, but only if we embrace agility.

How we live, work and move are all up for grabs post-pandemic. The mobility and parking industry is set for the most disruptive decade of its existence. The perfect storm of technology, consumer expectation and data will explode the remit of opportunity. Be part of that opportunity

Ken Hughes

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