New Contract with Lincolnshire County Council

New Contract with Lincolnshire County Council

On the 6th June 2018 APCOA Parking Services commenced a new contract with Lincolnshire County Council to provide the Council with their Notice Processing service.

The new 5-year contract will see APCOA working with Lincolnshire County Council to provide this full back office service to the Counties parking enforcement contract which is also operated by APCOA Parking Services.

To assist APCOA in providing this service APCOA are working with Swindon based Parking Enforcement specialists Chipside who are well known throughout the parking industry.

In a similar vein to the Parking Enforcement framework agreement, the new agreement will also give the option to Districts within County to also join the framework agreement.

Mick Phoenix, Network Management Commissioner, for Lincolnshire County Council commented, "This is the start of a Unique partnership and we are all looking forward to the development of a successful long-term relationship"


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APCOA PARKING Group is Europe’s leading parking management company with more than 45 years of industry expertise. APCOA Group’s 5,000 employees manage approximately 1.4 million individual parking spaces at over 9,000 locations in 13 European countries. These include parking spaces at 1,800 city and shopping centre locations, 400 hotels, 150 hospitals and 58 European airports. With its consistent “asset light” business model, APCOA is a trusted partner for private and public real estate owners.

APCOA’s advanced IT platform is the interface between its car parks, business customers, partners, car drivers and their vehicles. Thus, APCOA is able to offer its business and end customers innovative services and products to improve the efficiency and comfort of their mobility experience. In addition to the company’s customers, these innovative services also create environmental benefits: APCOA actively contributes to reducing CO2 emissions in cities and at traffic intersections by reducing the volume of traffic searching for parking spaces with the aid of digital services and the company’s intelligent traffic management system.


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