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1 Introduction by Cllr Feryal Demirci
I am pleased to introduce Hackney’s Annual Parking Service’s Repo2009/10. This is my first year as Lead Member for Neighbourhooforward to being part of an exciting team that helps make Hackney’s roadsrt for ds and I looksafer, cleaner and greener for all residents, businesses and visitors to thecil as an responseonsolidated andm glad to say that this has taken place without affectingto deliver high quality services. Here are some of theachievements in 2009/10:helpedwerenew and purchase resident permits online. From 2010/11 residents andble to apply, renew and purchase visitor vouchers as well asresident permits. We are also looking at allowing PCNs to be paid andof our oldones. Westarted this process in 2008 when we purchased and installed 148 pay andines. This was done in partnership with other councils to helplaynergyons.Fraud Team toty accessacross the borough for those who genuinely have a need for the allocateddisabled parking spaces. To date the blue badge team has had a 100%success rate for prosecution, exceeding the Cabinet’s expectation.We have expanded our work in impounding untaxed vehicles by usingautomatic number-plate recognition to identify vehicles without a current taxborough.Last year saw many changes within Parking Services and the Counwhole. You may have heard a lot about cuts in the public sector – iParking Services went through a restructure which has cstreamlined teams. I’their ability
In 2009/10 Parking Services procured a new IT system which hasmake it possible for us to provide online services. In February 2010launched the Resident permit online module which allowed users to apply for,visitors will be achallenged using the internet.
In our efforts to promote a greener Hackney we have replaced allmains powered pay and display machines with solar powereddisplay machachieve savings. In 2009/10 we replaced a further 278 pay and dispmachines. The new fleet will significantly reduce the main electrical eusage of 166,000KWh per year and as a result reduce CO
In our bid to make Hackney safer we introduced a Blue Badgetackle blue badge misuse. We also wanted to help improve mobili