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2022 Competitive Category Winners

These are competitive categories that were assessed by the jury.

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Best New Car Park

Sponsored by Compleo Charging Solutions UK


The Best New Car Park Award is a site-specific award that recognises outstanding design and construction techniques that turn car parks into landmark structures. It is open to local authority and private car park operators, owners, architects, developers and construction companies. Car parks entered may be multi-storeys, underground facilities or surface sites.

Winner: Broad Marsh Bus Station & Car Park, Nottingham – Nottingham City Council and Galliford Try Construction

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Car Park Design Award

Sponsored by YourParkingSpace


The design, construction and refurbishment of car parks have seen the development of specialised techniques and procedures. The Car Park Design Award recognises innovative practices and craftsmanship in the construction of new car parks and in the renovation of existing ones.

Winner: Watford Riverwell Car Park, Watford - West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust, HUBER Car Park Systems and Fatkin Design Architects

Communication Award

Communication Award

Sponsored by ZatPark

The Communication Award recognises imaginative, engaging and informative approaches adopted by parking organisations to communicating with the public and other organisations. It encompasses advertising campaigns, websites, social media and publications.

Winner: Introduction of Special Enforcement Areas (SEAs)
– Oxfordshire County Council

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The Back Office Award

Sponsored by JTR Collections


The Back Office Award recognises the excellent work of back office teams working for local authoritires, private parking operators, transport consultancies and civil enforcement agencies.

Winner: Welfare Team, CDER Group

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The Front Line Award

Sponsored by PayByPhone


Parking can be a challenging profession. The Front Line Award is dedicated to parking personnel who engage with drivers and the general public as a part of their day-to-day activities. This award will recognise excellent customer service, communication skills and community engagement, especially during the ongoing pandemic.

Winner: Conduent Transportation team, Oxfordshire County Council

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Parking Team of the Year

Sponsored by CDER Group


The Parking Team of the Year Award recognises the excellent work of both on-street and off-street parking operations. It is open to teams working in both the public and  private sectors. Particular consideration will be paid to responses to the ongoing pandemic.

Winner: Liveable Places traffic order team, WSP 

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Rising Star Award

Sponsored by StructureCare


The Rising Star Award shines a spotlight on the rising stars of parking. The recipients may be young employees or recent joiners of any age. Local authorities and private operators can nominate an individual parking employee, consultant or contractor who has consistently made an outstanding contribution to their team and the wider parking sector.

Winner: Jake England, Group operating manager, North Essex Parking Partnership (NEPP)

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Car Park Renovation Award

The Best Car Park Renovation category looks at how car parks can be transformed into inspiring buildings with a genuine social value and can host a variety of uses.

Winner: Grand Central, Birmingham –
Vinci Construction and Cemplas

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Parking in the Community Award

Sponsored by The IPC

Parking is an essential public service and can be a positive contributor to local communities. The Parking in the Community Award recognises people working within the parking sector who have engaged with and supported their local communities.

Winner: JustCharge community charging network – JustPark

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Parking Technology Award

Sponsored by Go2Sim

The Parking Technology Award recognises advances in the systems used to manage parking. The innovation will be a piece of parking hardware, a device or a wider system that makes the management of parking more efficient and/or customer-friendly.

Winner: Barbour Logic – Challenge Writer​​

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Outstanding Car Park Award

The Outstanding Car Park Award is presented to what the jury feel is the best parking facility in the UK. This operational category is open to new and established car parks owned by either the public or private sectors. The award recognises car parks that are managed, designed and maintained in a way that makes the start and end of each driver's journey a pleasant experience.

Winner: B4 Car Park, Birmingham

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Parking Person of the Year

Sponsored by RingGo

This award is open to all local authorities and private operators that may nominate an individual parking employee who has consistently made an outstanding contribution to the industry and represents a 'model of excellence'. 

Winner: Sarah Randall, Assistant director, London Borough of Newham

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Parking Operator of the Year

Sponsored by SolutionLabs

The Parking Operator category covers parking providers who are creating a positive experience for motorists. The prize recognises work done to create easy-to-understand, non-confrontational and person-centric services.

Winner: Q-Park

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Parking Partnerships Award

Sponsored by APT Skidata

The Parking Partnerships Award recognises the importance of partnership working in the parking sector. The partnership may involve pairings or groups of local authorities, companies, professional bodies, campaign groups and other stakeholders. There will be a particular interest in responses to the ongoing pandemic.

Winner: Launching landmark payment technology – RingGo and Q-Park

2022 Rosette Award Winners

These were special awards reflecting key themes. Their presentations punctuated the event, providing recipients and supporter sponsors with special moments on stage.

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Parking Futures

Sponsored by Debt Recovery Plus and Bristow & Sutor


Parking is an essential urban service without which towns and cities would cease to function. The award will be presented to a person, organisation or project in the UK or internationally that is fundamentally rethinking and reinventing the way in which parking is planned, designed, provided, experienced and marketed.

Entries have been received and are being debated by the jury. The recipient will be revealed at the awards ceremony on 19 October.


  1. EF International Parking Services

  2. John Galsworthy, London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham

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Reinventing the Street

Sponsored by Conduent


Reinventing the Street is a special award that recognises innovative approaches to managing the kerbside and wider street scene in a way that creates vibrant and healthy town and city centres.

Entries have been received and are being debated by the jury. The recipient will be revealed at the awards ceremony on 19 October.

Winner: Dan Hubert and AppyWay

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Parking for a Better World

Sponsored by DCBL


This category recognises the many ways in which parking policy, design and management practice can help improve the quality of the environment and encourage a sense of wellbeing.

Entries have been received and are being debated by the jury. The recipient will be revealed at the awards ceremony on 19 October.

Winner: Workplace Parking Levy, Nottingham City Council

Competitive Categories
Rosette Awards

2022 Special Awards Winners

The recipients were selected by the jury from either the field of entries or wider parking sector.

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MiPermit Inspiration Award

Sponsored by MiPermit


The MiPermit Inspiration Award recognises individuals and organisations that have made a significant contribution to improving parking. Inspiration Award recipients are exemplars of excellent practice that have inspired colleagues, clients and the wider parking community.

Winner: Harrison Woods and the YourParkingSpace Team

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Special Jury Awards

Presented by Parking Review


This awards were presented to exceptional entries that impressed the jury.


  1. Team Comet, Stanstead

  2. Newcastle City Council and the Great North Run company

  3. Taranto Systems

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Lifetime Achievement Award

Sponsored by the British Parking Association


The Lifetime Achievement Award will be presented to a parking professional who has made an outstanding contribution to the sector over the course of their career. Parking organisations and professionals are invited to nominate an individual who has consistently made an outstanding contribution to the industry and represents a 'model of excellence' across their entire career.

Winner: Carol Gibson

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EVolution Award

Sponsored by EVolution magazine


The parking sector is playing a key role in enabling the transition to zero-emission vehicles by planning, providing and managing electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure in car parks and at the kerbside.


Parking Review has marked this trend by launching a website and sister magazine called EVolution.


EVolution is proud to recognise an EV charging initiative drawn from the finalists at this year’s British Parking Awards.


  1. Westminster City Council, Siemens and Ubitricity

  2. Stourton Park & Ride Leeds, Leeds City Council and BAM Nutall

Special Awards
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