The British Parking Awards 2021 schedule has been re-set and the entry deadline extended. This will enable the first round of judging to take place during June. Once the finalists are decided, site visits and follow-up enquiries will be take place during July and August, coronavirus travel restrictions allowing. The winners will revealed at the Royal Lancaster London on 24 September.
Entries that have already been received can be updated and re-submitted.
Please let us know what your submissions will be as soon as possible.
Categories: Please read the category criteria and decide which awards you are going to enter. Make sure you address all the points in the detailed award criteria.
Entry forms: You can send in entries as standalone Word, PowerPoint or PDF documents. The information provided on the form can be complemented by either a Word document or as a PDF. Either include images within this document or as a separate image gallery document.
Word count: Entries should be concise, ideally between 1,000-1,500 words (Leaflets, reports and other supporting material do not count toward the word count).
Supporting evidence: Assemble photographs, videos and and any additional supporting material in a user-friendly manner. If the jury want to see more information they will ask for it.
Sending in entries:
You can email entries as Word and/or PDF documents to: .
Hard copies: If you want to send a reference version of the entry, A4 is the most user-friendly format for hard copies. Send these to:
British Parking Awards
Apollo House, 359 Kennington Lane
London SE11 5QY
To discuss the categories, criteria and submitting your entry contact:
Managing editor, Parking Review
FAQs: The judging process:
Entry to the competition is free.
The British Parking Awards are judged by a panel drawn from across the parking, automotive, consultancy and related fields.
Each entry is read by at least three jury members prior to short listing
The jury reserves the right to consider repositioning entries across categories.
Once entries are short listed, follow-up questions and, where necessary, visits are conducted. All short listed car parks are visited with a view to checking the 'driveability' of locations.
The full list of judges will be published ahead of the awards ceremony.
Judges are asked to flag up potential conflicts of interest when assessing or debating entries.
The jury's decisions remain anonymous but summaries are made available to entrants who ask after the event.
The jury's decision is final.
*Note: Submitting an entry acknowledges that edited versions of entries will be published in Parking Review magazine and its related websites in the build-up to the awards. Extended versions of winning entries will be published in Parking Review magazine and on www.TransportXtra.com after the ceremony. If you include commercially sensitive material in an entry please indicate.
Created and presented by Parking Review magazine, the British Parking Awards are an independent competition. The awards recognised the leading examples of car park management, enforcement, design and team work.