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Creative Car Park Ltd is a privately owned car park management firm established in 1995. The company provide car park management equipment, hardware and software, to car park operators in the United Kingdom. The company’s head office is in London and currently employs between 50-60 staff throughout England, Scotland and Wales. It is a member of the British Parking Association, on the Approved Operator Scheme, member of the Institute of Parking Professionals and an approved Safe Contractor.

In 2003 it launched TrafficGuard, a software program to analyse vehicle movements and trends within car parks.

In 2004 it became the first operator in the United Kingdom to offer Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) as a method of car park management.

In 2009 it was awarded a contract to manage Oxford Airport’s car park in London.

In 2010 became the official ANPR provider to BemroseBooth Mobile.

In 2012 the Chief Executive Officer appeared at Parkex in London with a presentation entitled “Integrating Phone and Pay, Payment machines and ANPR – The Complete Automated Solution”

The company manages over 700 car parks for managing agents, retail parks, private land owners and shops including: Knight Frank, ING Real Estate, CBRE, Empire Cinemas, Hathaway Retail Park, S.I.P Car Parks, Whole Foods Market, Coral Group, Everyone Active, Tesco, Premier Inn, Travel Lodge, McDonalds, The Co-operative, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Brent Cross Shopping Centre, Oak Mall Shopping Centre, Rivergate Shopping Centre, Royal London and Strettons.

Services: Clamping alternatives, Car park consultancy, Facilities management, White labelling, Manual ticketing, Traffic wardens, Self ticketing, Pay and display operations, Car park leasing and purchasing, Access control, Phone and pay for parking, Debt recovery

Products: Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) hardware , Barrier systems, Ticketing equipment, Handheld devices for traffic wardens, Back office software (TrafficGuard), Ticketing equipment, Touch screens, Card machines, Metallic and electronically signage, Patrol vehicles

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