Statement in response to Neil Herrons defeat at the High Court

The British Parking Association (BPA) is pleased that in the High Court Mr Justice Bean has decided that the principles of Controlled Parking Zones (CPZ) are generally fit for purpose and that local authorities undertaking Civil Parking Enforcement (CPE) are not deliberately relying on confusion and misunderstanding to make money out of parking regulations. 
Local authorities play an important role in managing traffic and parking on the UK road network for the benefit of everyone and it is right that they continue to do this in a fair and responsible manner. In 2008 the BPA called for a major review of Traffic Signs Regulations and we are pleased to be working with government on this now. CPZs and the signing of wide area parking controls is a key feature of this review and we are working to ensure that new regulations provide clear and simple rules that will support fair and reasonable enforcement of parking and traffic control.
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