Parking is an essential public service and can be a positive contributor to local communities. This award will recognise people working within the parking sector who have engaged with and supported their local communities.
The Parking in the Community Award is open to:
Community engagement programmes run by the parking sector
Projects that see car parks become a focal point of community activity
Community and charitable projects enabled by the support of parking teams
Fund-raising initiatives including parking people, etc.
The judges will be looking for evidence of the following:
Working for and with a wider community
Innovative thinking in the preparation, publicising, undertaking of a project/initiative
Degree of success in achieving goal, making changes, improvements, etc.
Public profile achieved for the project or cause.
The following areas should be addressed:
Description of the community engagement projects or tasks undertaken
The inspiration for the project
Details of the individuals or team involved in the project
How this project complements or enhances the parking team's skills and lives
What, if any, parking skills are applied to the community project
How the community engagement enhances the image of parking
How the positive aspects of the project is publicised (if appropriate).
Customer and client feedback/testimonials
Press cuttings/Links to websites
Details of other awards won.
You can either send in entries as standalone Word and PDF documents or use the downloadable entry form.
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.