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The 2023 Enforcement Summit conference

Why attend?

Why attend?

The 2023 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.

Networking opportunities

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 2023 exhibition

The exhibition enables attendees to check out the latest systems and services on offer to the traffic, parking and air quality management sector.

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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
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Who you will meet

  • Local authority officers

  • Parking operators

  • Finance managers

  • Councillors and stakeholders

  • Parking operators and contractors

  • IT system suppliers

  • Legal service providers

  • Training providers

  • ANPR system specialists

  • Consultants and academics

  • Citizens and debt advisory services

The programme

The sessions

The day will comprise a series of expert-led panels discussing key themes.


To download the 2023 presentations click here

Click HEREfor speaker biographies.


Banqueting Suite

Registration: Tea & Coffee served in the exhibition area


West Suite

Session 1: Engagement, enforcement, compliance

Thought-provoking presentations on challenges facing highways authorities, car park operators, property owners, enforcement agencies… and solutions that may solve these problems.


Chair: Daniel Casey, Head of Strategic Development, Conduent Transportation

Educating and engaging with the driving public

The road system is a place governed by rules and regulations designed to keep traffic flowing smoothly and ensure the safety of drivers, their passengers, cyclists and pedestrians. These rules are communicated by signs and lines, set out in the Highway Code and underpinned by driving aides. Drivers only get a licence when they prove they understand the rules. So why do so many people speed, park in the wrong place and generally do driving badly! What can be done to help drivers better understand and comply with the rules of the road? 


This keynote presentation sees the head of one of Britain’s leading experts draw on their experience providing parking, traffic and air quality solutions to the public and private sector.

Nigel Coltman, general manager, Egis


Creating solutions that meet local needs

Fair and effective implementation of traffic regulation by local authorities and their partners can deliver safer streets, healthier neighbourhoods and accessible town centres. Local authorities are implementing a range of area-wide road management schemes, including 20mph Zones, School Streets, Low Traffic Neighbourhoods and Zero Emission Zones. This presentation draws on the implementation ground-breaking initiatives being undertaken in Oxfordshire.

Chris Newman, regional director, Conduent Transportation


Tackling violence and aggression towards parking attendants

Parking is an emotionally charged subject and unfortunately, as front line workers, parking attendants often face the brunt of this emotion. It appears there is an aspect of ‘desensitisation’ to abuse faced and so, to gain more insight into the prevalence of violence and aggression towards wardens, PCM conducted a survey among its operative workforce. 

Annie Oliver, legal and compliance manager, Parking Control Management (UK)



Banqueting Suite

Morning Break: Tea & Coffee served in the exhibition area


West Suite

Session 2: We have the technology

Innovative solutions that can help highways authorities, car park operators, property owners and enforcement agencies.


Chair: Gavin Manger, business development – UK, Egis


Automating enforcement: How far should we rely on ANPR, AI and algorithms?

The use of automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) has transformed traffic enforcement. There are now moves by police forces to deploy facial recognition. And the world is starting to wake up to the benefits of artificial intelligence (AI). But should there be the limits on the use of such powerful tools?

Dean Fennell-Connell, sales director, Conduent Transportation

Unlocking efficiencies through data-driven traffic enforcement

Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs) are the bedrock on which management of our streets is built. Digital mapping is creating accurate restriction data that can be accessed in real-time by local authority parking and highways teams. When integrated with ANPR camera technology this becomes a powerful enforcement tool. 

Dan Hubert, founder and chief executive, AppyWay


Automating the transfer of vehicle keeper liability

Traditionally, when a traffic or parking fine is issued for a rented or leased vehicle the PCN is sent by post to the leasing company, which looks up the liable hirer’s details and sends the vehicle hirer’s name and address back to the ticket issuer. The ticket issuer then sends a new ticket to the hirer. The process takes weeks. However, there is a better way...

Richard Williams, co-founder and director, Transfer360



Banqueting Suite

Networking Lunch: Food and refreshments served in the exhibition area


West Suite

Session 3: Moving forward together

A civil society depends on citizens respecting one another and a range of protocols that define how we interact with one another, the street and on the road. This session explores how public authorities can better regulate and enforce the rules and regulations of the road in an responsive, ethical and transparent manner.

Chair: Jade Neville, president of the British Parking Association (BPA)​


Telling truths: How to respond to misinformation

Many local authorities have faced particular public fury and indignation when proposing and implementing Low Traffic Neighbourhoods and other traffic management schemes. How can public authorities fight back in the modern world of misinformation?

Stefan Rollnick, head of The Misinformation Cell, Lynn Global


Improving driver (mis)behaviour

For many organisations PCNs are a cost of business, and some errant drivers seem to regard a ticket as the price of parking where they are not supposed to. Local authorities and private parking operators alike are calling for the level of parking charges issued to vehicles breaching rules to be increased.

Will Hurley, chief executive, International Parking Community (IPC)


The National Persistent Evader Database

The National Persistent Evaders Database (NPED) is an innovative project that will help identify vehicles belonging to drivers who avoid paying parking fines, road tolls and clean air charges. NPED cross references persistent evaders with vehicles that have no tax or insurance. The initiative, which is supported by the Cabinet Office, is now working with police forces, local authorities and parking providers. 

Alan Wood, founder, National Persistent Evader Database (NPED) & Paul Dawson, group chief executive officer, Agena Group

Debt recovery: Introducing the Enforcement Conduct Board

Enforcement regimes often impose financial penalties. This means the effectiveness of PCNs and FPNs depends on the certainty that they will be paid, or collected if unpaid. CIVEA, the Civil Enforcement Association, will provide a special update on the new Enforcement Conduct Board (ECB), which has been created to ensure that all those who are subject to enforcement action in England and Wales are fairly treated.

Russell Hamblin-Boone, chief executive, CIVEA




Banqueting Suite

Networking Reception

Drinks served in the exhibition area.


Event Close


*Published programme is subject to change

Speaker biographies

Please note that the agenda is currently being programmed. Updates to follow.

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Will Hurley

Chief Executive, International Parking Community (IPC)

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Russell Hamblin-Boone

Chief Executive, CIVEA

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Richard Williams

Co-Founder and Director, Transfer360

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Nigel Coltman

General Manager, Egis


Derek Millard-Smith

Partner, JMW Solicitors

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Chris Williss

Senior Technology Product Manager, Conduent Transportation

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Chris Newman

Regional Director, Conduent Transportation

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Stefan Rollnick

Head of The Misinformation Cell, Lynn Global

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Jamie Ashford

Director, DCB Legal


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Jade Neville

Head of User Experience, Conduent Transportation

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Gavin Manger

Business Development – UK, Egis

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Dean Fennell-Connell

Sales Director, Conduent Transportation

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Alan Wood

Founder, National Persistent Evader Database (NPED)

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Annie Oliver

Legal and Compliance Manager, Parking Control Management (UK)


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Tuesday 25 June 2024 | 15 Hatfields, London SE1

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