British Parking Awards 2017

Parking Partnerships Award

Sponsored by Conduent

This award recognises the growing importance of partnership working in the parking sector. The award seeks to recognise partnerships that are deeper and more ambitious than a conventional term contract. 

There are many types of partnerships, including those formed between:

  • Cooperation between departments within a local authority

  • Clients and contractors

  • Public sector agencies

  • Professional bodies, charities and campaign organisations

  • Private sector organisations.

Entries may be submitted by one member organisation within a partnership. But all entries should contain testimonials from the partners.

 

The criteria:
The entry should include:

  • Names of organisations within the partnership

  • Names of key managers

  • Nature of partnership: Formal, informal, campaign, contractual, joint venture, etc

  • Objective of the partnership

  • Tasks undertaken by the partnership

  • Extent of sharing of offices, staff, IT systems, etc

  • Evidence of success

  • Future objectives and plans.

 

The judges are looking for evidence of:

  • A partnership rather than traditional client-contractor deal

  • Clear operational, financial or other benefits achieved from the partnership

  • Joint planning, working and deployment of resources

  • Open and clear communication between the partners and their respective stakeholders

  • Potential benefit to wider parking sector as service and/or exemplor.

 

Please supply:

  • Images

  • Customer and client feedback/testimonials

  • Press cuttings/Links to websites

  • Details of other awards won.

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Friday 10 March 2017

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British Parking Awards 2017