The British Parking Association today launches its new 5 year strategy which sets out how the Association will continue to actively represent and promote the sector, by advancing knowledge, raising standards and professionalism, and using its influence for the benefit of all.
Developed in consultation with its members, this is the third 5 year strategy produced by the BPA. It engenders collaboration between stakeholders, members and government to support growth for communities, improve compliance amongst those managing and using parking facilities, and encourage fairness and consistency to achieve the vision of excellence in parking for all.
The BPA is committed to promoting innovation, technology, growth and sustainability, and continue as always to promote the very highest of standards with the aim of making parking a recognised profession.
Its Council of Representatives reflect the major areas of activity and influence within the Association. On joining members align themselves with both a regional and sectoral electoral college and these colleges create the constitution of the Council of Representatives. The strategy reflects each of these colleges ensuring that a wide range of views across the entire membership are represented.
Chief Executive Andrew Pester said, “I am delighted with the publication of our new strategy which sets out the BPA’s key aims for continuing to raise standards across the parking sector. We are committed to supporting our members by improving the service we provide, as well as broadening our appeal to organisations and individuals who are new to parking.”
“We will continue to make parking a recognised profession and seek to influence government and stakeholders to recognise the need for parking management, and we aim to keep the consumer at the heart of our thinking by increasing public confidence in the way parking is managed.
To read the strategy in full visit this page