Wednesday 27th June 2018
Spotlight on Parking is a free half day seminar that typically takes place from 10:00 to 13:30, including a buffet lunch.
The aim of the seminar is to provide a focused half day of useful presentations on current parking topics, combined with the opportunity to network with other parking professionals.
This year the assigned theme of the seminar is “Perceptions of Parking” and speakers include:
- Caroline Hamilton, Chief Parking & Traffic Appeal Adjudicator for London; Caroline will both Chair the seminar and make a presentation on Perceptions and the Future in relation to the Parking Adjudication Service
- Dr Adam Snow, Lecturer at Liverpool John Moores University Law School; Dr Snow has specialised in the field of parking regulation including a number of research projects. Most recently, he completed a report for the RAC Foundation on the enforcement of road traffic laws and especially automated means of enforcement.
- Sagie Evbenata, of the Ford Motor Company; Sagie is a Senior Product Manager in Ford’s Smart Mobility Innovation Department. This focuses on future mobility solutions, development and implementation
The seminar will take place at The Royal Society, located just off Pall Mall; a short walking distance from Charing Cross train station.
If you are interested to attend please fill out the form below: