The greatest show in parking!

The British Parking Awards are the premier event in the UK parking calendar. This independent competition run by Parking Review and Landor LINKS celebrates the best of British parking.

2020 Awards Show

Rewarding excellence

The annual competition was launched by Parking Review magazine in 2002 to recognise and celebrate best practice, innovation and achievement in the design and management of both public and private sector parking.

The awards ceremony took place following a 4-star gala lunch held in London in March. The 2020 event, organised by Landor LINKS, attracted 120+ entries.

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The timeline

The British Parking Awards 2021 competition schedule has been re-set.

  • The awards competition deadline will be extended to 21 June

  • The Long List will be announced virtually in June

  • The jury will assess entries remotely

  • The Short List will be announced on 23 August (tbc)

  • Detailed judging will take place during July and August (site visits will comply with any Government COVID restrictions)

  • The winners will be revealed at an in-person ceremony to be staged at the Royal Lancaster on 24 September.

Entries that have already been received can be updated and re-submitted.

Marcus Brigstocke to present the British Parking Awards 2021

We are delighted to announce that the winners of the British Parking Awards 2021 will be revealed by the multi-talented comedian and broadcaster Marcus Brigstocke.

He is a regular face on TV shows such as Have I Got News for You, Live at the Apollo, QI and Argumental, as well as starring in comedy dramas such as We Are History and The Savages.

Marcus has had a prolific radio career. He hosted the interview show I’ve Never Seen Star Wars and often appears on The Now Show, Just a Minute and Sorry, I Haven’t a Clue.

As an actor, Marcus has appeared in major stage productions, starring as King Arthur in the Monty Python’s Spamalot, the kindly stationmaster Mr Perks in The Railway Children, Ali Hakam in Oklahoma! and playing the title role in Barnum. He also appeared as a Radio Watford DJ in the Richard Curtis romcom Love Actually.

While stuck at home during the lockdown, Marcus and his wife, comedian Rachel Parris, created The Tuesday Night Club online comedy show, which won a Chortle Award 2021.

Having conquered stage and screen, and won awards himself, Marcus will now step into the parking limelight.

As host of the British Parking Awards, Marcus joins an illustrious roll call of past hosts that includes Dr Xand van Tulleken, Shappi Khorsandi, Richard Hammond, Hugh Dennis, Meera Syal, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Alexander Armstrong, Lucy Porter, the Revd Richard Coles, Hal Cruttenden, Debra Stephenson, Adrian Chiles, John Sergeant and Ade Adepitan.

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British Parking Awards Social

The host and this year's categories were announced by Paul Moorby from MiPermit at the first 'Parking Social' river cruise on 10 September 2019.

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24 September 2021
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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. 

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