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.
Customer and client feedback/testimonials
Press cuttings/Links to websites
Details of other awards won.
Created and presented by Parking Review magazine, the British Parking Awards are an independent competition. In their 18th year, the awards recognised the leading examples of car park management, enforcement, design and team work.
8 March 2019
Royal Lancaster, London