British Parking Association
Official Site: britishparking.co.uk
Wikipedia: British Parking Association
The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's British Parking Association page on 21 February 2018, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
The British Parking Association (BPA), is a British-based trade association that represents the views and interests of its membership drawn principally from the parking and traffic management fields. More fully described as the British Parking Association Limited the association is a company limited by guarantee and non-profit organisation founded in 1968, although the limited company was not registered until 1970.
The BPA's stated aim is to actively represent and promote the sector by advancing knowledge, raising standards and professionalism, and using its influence to deliver excellence for the benefit of all, although the BPA is fully funded by its members rather than any independent source. The association's headquarters are in Haywards Heath, West Sussex and it produces the monthly magazine Parking News.
Although the association does not publish its membership lists, it asserts that there are currently about 720 members which includes manufacturers and suppliers, private car park operators, local authorities, health authorities, airports, the privately owned railway operating companies, shopping centres, bailiffs, debt collectors and consultants. Members, whether from the private or public sectors, pay a subscription based on their parking revenues. There are five levels of individual membership each of which pay a fixed rate fee.
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