Keith Banbury, has joined Alpha Parking as an Associate

Former chief executive of the British Parking Association (BPA), Keith Banbury, has joined Alpha Parking as an Associate.
Banbury led the BPA from 2001 until his retirement in November. During his seven year tenure, he was responsible for many initiatives to help raise standards in the parking industry, including development of the sector skills strategy for parking, the approved operators scheme and the safer parking scheme and was awarded an OBE for services to the parking industry in 2006.

Keiths appointment will help us reinforce our role as the primary consultancy company in the UK parking sector providing a holistic service to clients whether public or private, says Alpha Parking director, Penny Winder. His main focus will be the scope of our new car park division concentrating on all aspects of developing, designing and running off-street car parks.

I am greatly looking forward to assisting Alpha Parking in emphasising its position as the leading consultancy organisation in parking and in developing new business opportunities for it, particularly in all matters related to off street car parks, adds Banbury. The industry continues to grow and become more professional. Clients large and small will, over time, need more specialised and dedicated support services in parking and this is where Alpha comes in.
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