Camden contract retained by NSL

NSL has retained its parking contract with the London Borough of Camden.
The authority has appointed NSL to a new contract for an initial six year period, with an option for further extensions up to a maximum of ten years. Graham Williams, NSL's Commercial Director, commented: "Camden's streets are among the busiest in the UK, so managing parking on them is a high-profile and challenging service. "We have been very pleased to work with Camden for several years and delighted that they have given as another opportunity with this new contract. "We are very proud of NSL's industry leading expertise in recruiting and providing high-quality people to deliver this important public service, and we look forward to working with Camden to ensure that the highest quality is maintained.

"The new contract is designed to reflect the partnership approach. NSL and Camden will be collaborating much more closely on, for example, recruitment and training, to ensure that the service continues to be delivered to high quality standards.

The new operation will begin in April 2010 and will feature CCTV enforcement, staffing of the council's CCTV centre, Smart Cars and vehicle removals.

The contract also seeks to be sustainable with vehicles meeting the Council Green Fleet Vehicle Policy, and a commitment to an ongoing reduction in the carbon footprint .
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