10 November 2014
In-Town Parking: What Works?
Practical experiences and insights
WYG sponsors the symposium “In-Town Parking: What Works?” organised by the Association of Town and City Management (ATCM) and taking place on Tuesday 11th November, from 9.30am-4.30pm, at the Richard III Conference Centre in Leicester.
The event couldn't be held at a more fitting venue when we remember that, in February 2013, a skeleton found during the archaeological excavation of a Leicester car park was identified as that of Richard III, the last Plantagenet king.
However, car parking in town centres is a very contemporary issue that has raised numerous complex questions and become the object of extensive debate.
This symposium will take a practical and insightful look at “What Works” at home and abroad. It is based on the recent report published by ATCM.
We are delighted to have contributed our expertise to the ATCM parking research report and to sponsor this event.
For more information about the programme, please visit the ATCM website