Legion Parking Services win National award

Effective On Street Management Award for Legion Parking Services

At Parking Review’s Annual Awards presentation on Friday, 10th March, Legion Parking Services, together with their partners Cambridge City Council, won the prestigious national Award for Effective On Street Management.

Managing Director David Evans said “This is a tremendous achievement for ourselves and Cambridge City Council. We have worked closely with the Council to develop and implement a method of parking enforcement that has been extremely well received by the public.”

Since the implementation of Decriminalised Parking Enforcement in Cambridge in 2004, there has been a significant reduction in city centre congestion and illegal parking activity, improved safety near schools as a result of better visibility, and protection of resident only spaces.

At the recent anniversary of the Contract, Cambridge City’s Chief Executive said that he was extremely happy at the way the first year of DPE had gone and how well the public had reacted to it, and this view was endorsed by Cambridge County Council.

The Parking Review Award is testament to Legion Parking Services’ commitment to delivering excellent customer service, achieved by working in close partnership with the Council to ensure effective management of Cambridge’s on street parking provision.
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