The Enforcement Summit returns as an in-person event at the iconic Edgbaston Cricket ground.
The 2022 summit will explore latest policy, legislative and operational developments in the field of traffic, parking, air quality and debt recovery regulation.
The event encompasses: local authority enforcement operations; management of parking on private land; and the collection of road traffic, parking and other debts.
The Enforcement Summit will provide an opportunity to meet peers, colleagues and other professionals in both structured discussions and at informal networking sessions, including a drinks reception to close the day.
Enforcement 2022 exhibition
The exhibition enables attendees to check out the latest systems and services on offer to the traffic, parking and air quality management sector.
Themes for discussion include...
Civil parking enforcement
Moving Traffic Enforcement
Clean air schemes
Tackling nuisance vehicles and persistent evaders
Balancing education and enforcement to encourage compliance
Intelligence-led enforcement and debt recovery
The role of civil enforcement agents in multi-agency enforcement operations
Managing appeals and representations
Engaging with vulnerable debtors
The prevention of anti-social behaviour (littering, fly-tipping, noise issues)
Multi-agency enforcement operations
Training civil enforcement agents and the back office
The use of ANPR as an enforcement and detection tool
The effective collection, management and use of data
The regulation of car parks and private land
Who you will meet
Local authority officers
Councillors and stakeholders
Parking operators and contractors
IT system suppliers
Legal service providers
ANPR system specialists
Consultants and academics
Citizens and debt advisory services
Please note that the agenda is currently being programmed.
The day will comprise a series of expert-led panels discussing key themes. The draft programme is as follows:
Click HEREfor speaker biographies.
Registration: Tea & Coffee served in the exhibition area
Session 1: A changing world
This keynote session will focus on how major legislative and policy changes are affecting the enforcement sector, including
Local authority enforcement of moving traffic under the Traffic Management Act
The roll-out of Clean Air Zone and air quality schemes
Road user charging
Steve Stamp, Project Director, Conduent Transportation
The changing enforcement landscape
John Siraut, Technical Director, Economics, Jacobs
How to build a Clean Air Zone
Nigel Coltman, General Manager, Egis
Going the distance: Could distance-based road user charging be the way forward?
Scott Hooton, Director, Project Management, Conduent Transportation
Morning Break: Tea & Coffee served in the exhibition area
Session 2: Effective enforcement
This session will explore the latest approaches to enforcing traffic, parking and clean air regulations, with an emphasis on:
Dealing with persistent offenders and scofflaws
Effective use of ANPR, data and personnel
Anjna Patel, Principal Officer Parking and Safer and Sustainable Travel Team, Sandwell MBC and Chair Elect of the Board, British Parking Association (BPA)
National action against nuisance vehicles
Alan Wood, Strategic Account Director, Just
Protecting public space
Dyl Kurpil, Managing Director, District Enforcement
The regulation of parking on private land
Chris Naylor, Membership & Operations Manager, International Parking Community
Moving Traffic: Implementing Part 6 of the Traffic Management Act
Nick Ruxton-Boyle, Director of Environment, Marston Holdings
Managing representations and appeals
Sarah Randall, Assistant Director of Traffic and Parking, and Rabina Iqbal, Customer Relations Manager, London Borough of Newham
Networking Lunch: Food and refreshments served in the exhibition area
Session 3: Engagement and education
This session will explore ways of improving compliance with traffic, parking and environmental regulations, and ensuring debts are recovered in an ethical manner. It will cover topics such as:
Building an understanding to help compliance (signage, advertising, etc.)
Early engagement with offenders
Identifying and working with vulnerable debtors
Learning and development: Enhancing front line and back office skills
Diversity and inclusion
Louis Ellis, Director, TRACE Enforcement Services
Diversity and inclusion in the enforcement sector
Hannah Fuller, Co-founder, Women in Parking
Positive change: Reform of the enforcement sector
Russell Hamblin-Boone, Chief Executive Officer, CIVEA
Session 4: The road ahead
A look at how enforcement technology can improve compliance. This session will explore:
Innovative uses of ANPR
The effective use of data
Integrating front line and back office systems
Connected payment systems
Trevor Taylor, Operations Director, Conduent Transportation
Bringing it all together
Lee Roche, VP Platform Software Development & Integration, Conduent Transportation
Driving transformation and innovation through parking services
Dave Herbert, Chief Executive, ZatPark
Lease and fleet vehicles: Challenges and solutions
Richard Williams, Co-founder and Director, Transfer 360
Existing technology will driver future compliance
Dave Wearmouth, Commercial Manager, Imperial
ParkAbility Designated Space Management
Karl Russell, Technology Director & Partner, Parking & Property Management Ltd & Mark Briggs, Director of Partnerships & Development, Nimbus Disability
*Published programme is subject to change
Please note that the agenda is currently being programmed. Updates to follow.
& Editor, Parking Review
Mark Moran is the editor of Parking Review magazine and programmer of Traffic + Parking.
Mark has been the editor of Parking Review magazine since its launch in 1989. Besides the magazine, he launched and organises the annual British Parking Awards and a number of of other regular events.
In parallel to writing about traffic and parking, Mark is also a contributing editor to LTT, curates the Transports Responds bulletin and launched Evolution, a new digital magazine covering the emerging worlds of electric vehicle charging infrastructure and shared mobility.
Commercial Manager, Imperial
Dave Wearmouth has over 15 years’ experience within the parking enforcement, transportation and urban mobility markets and has a keen interest in (and focus on) the challenges facing Local Authorities around improving compliance and increased use of public transport to help reduce congestion and improve air quality. Dave is now leading the Business Development team for Imperial Civil Enforcement Solutions - one of the UK’s largest and most experienced providers of parking, environmental and traffic management systems. With his knowledge of the enforcement, environmental and traffic management sectors, Dave is helping to consolidate the company’s position as one of the most progressive, innovative and responsive solutions providers in the market.
Chief Executive Officer, CIVEA
Russell was appointed as Chief Executive Officer of CIVEA in January 2018 having previously held the post of Chief Executive of the Consumer Finance Association, where he was responsible for working with legislators and regulators and partnering with consumer organisations to raise standards in the short-term lending industry. Throughout his career he has been involved in the leadership of trade associations. As such he has become a proficient commentator and spokesman, both through his work with policymakers and through his media profile. Russell is consistently named in the Credit 500, as one of the fifty top influencers. He has also held senior positions at the Finance and Leasing Association and the Energy Retail Association, now known as Energy UK. He has worked in Downing Street for the Chief Whip and the Cabinet Office as private secretary to the Leader of the House of Lords and Lord Privy Seal. Outside of work, Russell is a keen angler and is active in church as a Lay Worship Assistant.
Customer Relations Manager, London Borough of Newham
Rabina Iqbal is the Parking Customer Relations Manager at Newham Council responsible for the correspondence, appeals and debt recovery team. Being one of the longest serving managers in the service having started her parking career working in Enforcement and then moving into Service Development and Notice Processing. She holds a degree in Leadership and Management in addition to holding Yellow and Green belt certificates in Lean Six Sigma.
She maintains a positive attitude, taking pride in her work and places customer service at the heart of everything she does. Leading her team through change with great passion and making improvements along the way to achieve goals in minimum time.
Some of her achievements have been:
Reducing representation response times to 5 working days
Placing Newham in ‘fourth place for number of appeals refused for total number of PCNS issued’ in comparison to other London boroughs.
Provided an ethical public sector approach to the collection of the Councils debts through Covid-19.
Nigel joined Egis in 2021 having assisted the organisation in winning the Greater Manchester Clean Air Zone via a competitive tendering process. Nigel’s main role was in the shaping of the bid throughout the dialogue phase and in assisting with the commercial modelling of Egis’ response. Nigel is now overseeing the roll out of this contract for Egis with the intention of sending the service live as and when the political situation is resolved.
Previous to joining Egis, the past 23 years Nigel has held senior roles within the transportation, licensing and parking environments predominantly working for public sector clients.
Major public sector clients he has worked alongside have included:
Many Local Authorities, including most London Boroughs, a number of Metropolitan Cities as well as County and District Authorities - Delivering parking and associated customer related services,
Transport for London – Taxi and Private Hire Licensing and Congestion Charge Schemes,
Highways England – Dartford Crossing free flow project and operation,
DVLA – Nationwide untaxed vehicle immobilisation service,
Heathrow and Gatwick – Coaching services.
For the last 10 of these years Nigel has been operating at Board level, mainly with NSL ltd and more recently with Egis. In that time, these roles have encompassed the strategic positioning of these organisations, taking on an active role in senior stakeholder management, both internally and externally, with the continued focus on the delivery, growth and success of the services being offered.
Trevor is degree educated as a Civil and Structural Engineer. He worked in utilities and highway maintenance for a number of years before moving into the parking sector in 2001.
Trevor’s 21 years’ in the parking sector has been focussed on operational delivery, working initially for Central Parking System (now Apcoa), before moving on to NSL for 14 years.
Trevor has held a number of operational management positions. As Business Controller for NSL he was responsible for 17 local authority contracts across the north of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. He was also responsible for NSL’s two shared service centres which employed over 300 staff providing back-office services to a range of local authority and central government clients.
Trevor moved to Conduent Transportation in 2018 and during the last 4 years he has supported the provision of operational services, in addition to technology services, for clients across the UK. During his tenure the business has secured 3 on street enforcement service contracts and successfully supported a number of local authorities with resilience PCN processing.
Trevor continues to support business development activities whilst overseeing the successful delivery of the on street and back office services provided by Conduent Transportation to Oxfordshire County Council.
Trevor is a firm believer in embracing new technology. Using data analytics to compliment human intelligence and leadership, combined with a people first culture, can provide significant benefits and efficiency opportunities across the parking sector for all local authorities.
Assistant Director of Traffic and Parking, London Borough of Newham
Since 2009 I have managed Enforcement and Representation Teams. Throughout my 12 years at Croydon Borough Council moving between Policy and Performance, the Infrastructure Team, Representation Team and Enforcement Team until I became Head of Service in 2016. In 2021 I was appointed Assistant Director of Traffic and Parking at Newham Borough Council. I am also part of the BPA TTF Technology Transformation Forum which I Chair and whose main projects are the standardisation of parking standards and the National Parking Platform.
UK Regional Director, Conduent Transportation
With over 12 years' industry knowledge and a solid technical support background, Chris leads operational delivery of Conduent's UK parking and public safety business.
An innovative thinker, he ensures Conduent solutions address client needs, enhance existing operations and offer future additional capability.