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At home with parking control management

Do you need parking control management?

The home of parking control management

If you run a business or have a piece of land that is being misused by people parking for reasons other than to do business with you or with your blessing then Link Parking may have the parking control management solution that solves your problems.
Using a space that is owed by someone else is clearly a conscious thing after all, we all recognise that a parking area is owned by somebody and furthermore that space was not purchased at great expense to provide people with a free place to park. It is common sense right? But in many cases individuals ignore the obvious and take up spaces that were obviously intended for use by the business and that will inevitably cost you both time, ill feeling and money.

Working with you on parking control management

At Link Parking we work with you to ensure these seemingly inconsequential parking misdemeanours do not go unchallenged, and where appropriate people are punished for using your space for their own gains.
You simply do not have to suffer for individuals that abuse your land. Simple measures will often mean no punishments are served, as people are made aware that this is not a public space and they cannot park here unless it is for legitimate reasons or those who have prior permission to use the space.

Often signage is the best form of parking control management

It may well be that people are using the spaces that you are paying for out of a lack of knowledge that the space is indeed private land. Signage and some well positioned cameras are often all that is needed to stop the majority of individuals from using the spaces or land as a public car park.
We will create all the necessary signs and put in place the relevant infrastructure to secure your parking spaces for the sole use for which they were intended. We will also have a maintenance program in place to keep your site as it should be, with clearly visible warnings for potential users that unless invited the spaces are not for them. The signs will also explain that if they are using the services of your business, the length of time they are able to park on site before requesting additional privileges from you.
One reason you may use the latter option is for example if you have a restaurant or shop near a city centre or commuter hotspot. You want people to come in and spend money with you but you do not want people to then leave the car for a much more extended period of time whilst they go elsewhere. Large companies like McDonalds Restaurants are now using these measures to overcome the problem of busy car parks becoming blocked up by people not even in the restaurant and in some cases people that have not even used the business.
If you have a problem piece of land or car park then Link Parking want to hear from you so we can help you resolve the problems and let you get on with the day to day running of your business.