BPA Elections

Through the commitment and hard work of our members, we are able to achieve our objectives and values. Representation is at the heart of our Governance and our members play a direct role in shaping the direction of the Association by nominating themselves or others and voting for their preferred candidates to be elected to vacant positions.  Below you will find links to all current vacancies:

To nominate yourself for a position please click the relevant box below or email elections@britishparking.co.uk  

Vacancies on the BPA Board

Our Board are the Directors of the Association, whose core role is to provide coherent leadership to the Association by effectively integrating the skills of the Board and the management team during their term of office.

Vacancies on the Council

Our Council provides a forum for significant matters to be discussed, future strategies considered and major decisions taken. Council members play a key role in the Association's governance and holds BPA Board to account.

Vacancies on the Public Affairs and Communications Board

Our Public Affairs and Communication Board oversees the design, development and delivery of our communications and marketing strategy, including stakeholder engagement, informing and influencing government and the promotion of BPA brands, products and services.

Vacancies on the Professional Development & Standards Board

Our Professional Development and Standards Board aims to maintain and enhance our position as the recognised professional body by promoting and maintaining standards, skills and the development of individuals working in the parking sector.

Vacancies on the Operational Services Board

Our Operational Services Board oversees the day-to-day delivery of the BPA Approved Operator Scheme (including POPLA), the Safer Parking Scheme and other similar schemes developed by the BPA, while supporting and driving a positive profile of the BPA, its members and the parking profession. 

Vacancies of the Technology, Innovation and Research Board

Our Technology, Innovation and Research Board oversees the development and delivery of our research strategy and programme and assists the Association and our members to stay at the forefront of innovation by informing members of new technology and promoting and encouraging take-up by members. The TIR board will also work collaboratively with the Public Affairs and Communications Board to support and evidence its work.

Members considering putting themselves forward to contribute to the work of the Council of Representatives, Board or group should make themselves aware of the BPA’s  'Conflicts of Interest' policy. Declarations of Conflicts of Interest are requested at the start of all meetings and members may be required to leave the meeting during any items where a conflict is identified.