Speaker biographies

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Keith Hanshaw Julian O

Keith Hanshaw

Managing Director
Project Centre

Keith joined Project Ccntre in 2015 and has led the company through its most successful period of growth and transformation.

Keith was previously Director of Public Realm at the London Borough of Waltham Forest.

He has over 25 years' local authority experience.

Sam Margolis

Transport Policy & Programmes Team Manager
Camden Council

Sam has worked in local government for over a decade, starting at Tower Hamlets as an Active Travel Officer before spending 5 years at Royal Borough of Greenwich as a Principal Transport Planner.

He is now Transport Policy & Programmes Team Manager at Camden Council, responsible for writing and helping deliver the new Camden Transport Strategy – including a range of ambitious parking policies and projects.

Prior to local government Sam spent over 3 years on the National Express graduate scheme, eventually becoming Operations Manager of a bus depot in Surrey.

Julian O'Kelly

Head of Technology, Innovation and Research
British Parking Association

Julian joined the BPA in April 2018, following a wide ranging career in Senior Research and Project Management roles with the NHS and Voluntary Sector, and is a past Research Fellow for the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability, Queen Mary University of London, and Aalborg University, Denmark.

He supports the strategic development of the BPA as it relates to technology and innovation, helping members understand and respond to the opportunities posed by advances in data, apps, integration, shared mobility, payment systems, connected, automated and electric vehicles.

In addition he leads on a range of research initiatives, both internal and in partnership with universities and key stakeholders such as the Department for Transport.

Louise Hutchinson Andrew Potter Penny Winder

Louise Hutchinson

PATROL (Parking and Traffic Regulation Outside London)

Louise Hutchinson has been Director of PATROL since 2006.  PATROL represents 310 local authorities in England (outside Wales). PATROL’s primary function is to make provision for independent adjudication for appeals against enforcement penalties.  

This is delivered through the Traffic Penalty Tribunal that provides adjudication for parking, bus lanes and, in Wales, moving traffic penalties. Road user charging adjudication is also provided for appeals arising from penalties issued at the Dart-Thurrock River Crossing (Dart Charge), the new Mersey Gateway Bridge (Merseyflow) as well as the congestion charge zone at the Durham Peninsular.

PATROL is also committed to improving information that assists public understanding of the objectives of civil enforcement as well as the enforcement and appeals process. The PATROL Parking Annual Reports by Councils (PARC) Awards scheme recognises and shares best practice in local authority reporting.  

Prior to joining PATROL, Louise was Director of a voluntary sector organisation delivering services to people with disabilities where public awareness and stakeholder engagement were just as essential.

Andrew Potter

Parking Perspectives

Andrew Potter has been providing transportation consultancy support for over 25 years, working for global consultancies in the UK and abroad. He provides guidance and analysis for town centre regeneration, support and assurance on parking demand, capacity and need, and strategic solutions for authorities who wish to bring forward car parks for other development or make other changes to influence parking choice and behaviour.

His analysis and comment is drawn from ideas and research from the academic world, conference and journals and remains active in exploring and examining what other jurisdictions around the world are doing to change how parking is provided.

He is a director at Parking Perspectives.

Penny Winder 

Alpha Parking 

Penny Winder is Director of independent parking consultant Alpha Parking, which helps implement and support CPE from the first stages of development through to CPZ design, consultation, car park review and optimisation, signs and lines review, ParkMap and Traffic Order bureau service, surveys and traffic counts, IT and manuals.

Alpha has quickly established itself as the leading consultant in parking training and mystery shopping, offering City & Guilds approved courses to local authorities and private sector clients.

Jenny Wiles

Regional Director (North) Living Streets

Jenny is the Regional Director (North) for Living Streets, the UK charity for everyday walking. She currently leads a team delivering projects in schools, workplaces and communities across the north of England, develops strategic partnerships and influences policy and investment in the walking agenda. During 2018, Jenny was seconded to provide strategic walking advice to Chris Boardman, Greater Manchester’s Cycling and Walking Commissioner, contributing to the development and delivery of his Made to Move vision. She recently completed a MSc. Future Cities at Northumbria University, with a dissertation focussed on the relationship between the street network and rates of walking to school.   

Peter Davies

Head of Digital Transformation, Canterbury City Council

Peter has worked across local government for 15 years, with the majority of his time spent delivering or leading change programmes.  Over the past three years Peter has led the council's digital transformation agenda.  

One of the most successful projects has been in parking services, moving to a fully digital systems for permits and ANPR-led off street parking.  Having won two awards for their digital approach at the 2019 National Parking Awards for these projects, Peter will share the journey the council, and customers, have been on in moving to a parking service that is fit for the digital age

Mark Moran

Mark Moran

Editor and Conference Programmer
Parking Review

Mark Moran has edited Parking Review since issue No.1, published in 1989. For 30 years Mark and his team have built the magazine into the leading independent news journal for parking management, design and enforcement professionals.

Mark launched the annual British Parking Awards, which culminates in a gala lunch held in London every spring, as well as events such as Parking & Property and Traffic & Parking, which takes place in December.

He was a founding member of the original industry-wide steering group that devised and implemented national standards for parking personnel, including the NVQs for civil enforcement officers and back office staff.

For the most comprehensive news on the parking sector, check out Parking Review online at: www.parkingreview.co.uk

Mark is a member of The Society of Editors.

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