BPA Annual Conference 2018

 

ANnual Confernece 2018

The BPA Annual Conference is a “must attend” event for anyone working in parking, ensuring attendees are kept up to date on all the latest developments and innovations the sector has to offer. This year the Conference will take place on Wednesday 3 October at The Grange Tower Bridge Hotel

As always, we will have a fantastic array of exhibitors who will be on hand to discuss the latest on parking technology, products and services with you. Not only that, we have a thought provoking conference programme where we will be discussing the key issues, challenging current thinking and sharing some of the very best examples of parking management in practice. 

The ticket rates are as follows:

£99 + VAT Public Sector Rate

£199 + VAT Corporate Sector Rate

£299 + VAT Non-Member Rate

 

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We are taking bookings for the Annual Conference Exhibition! Please email Rebecca Harper for more details

 

Gold Sponsors of the Annual Conference 2018 

Videalert

Silver Sponsors of the Annual Conference 2018

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A review of the BPA Annual Conference 2017

 Annual Conference

The BPA Annual Conference took place on Thursday 5 October at Westminster's Grand Central Hall, and what a day it was!

The Conference focused on exploring ways to further raise standards and improve consistency, promoting partnership working within the sector, and looking at how we can change the public’s perception by creating a more positive parking experience.
 

Some notables:

  • Steve Gooding, Director, RAC Foundation gave an opening address on the part we play in creating an improved parking experience
  • The morning started with an interactive panel session, bringing together a wealth of knowledge from both the private and public sectors, to explore how the parking profession needs to work together to improve existing standards and create new ones as part of a positive parking agenda
  • Mid-morning, we had two streams focusing on positive partnerships and how data and technology are influencing the shape of things to come across the parking landscape
  • The Police Federation joined us to discuss their campaign "Believe in Blue". This initiative was used to highlight and celebrate why British policing is the best in the world, and reinvigorate public support for police officers. We drew on the parallels with the parking sector and addressed what we could learn from their experience
  • Michael Caulfield, one of the UK’s leading sport psychologists, steered the day as our facilitator. An expert in his field, Michael captured the key messages from across the day, focusing throughout on a positive mind set and the ways in which we, as a sector, can take responsibility for the direction we take in achieving our goals. He then wrapped up proceedings with an informative keynote speech which left everyone feeling inspired.