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Setting standards for car parking provision: the case of retailing

Burt S & Sparks L (1991) Setting standards for car parking provision: the case of retailing, Traffic Engineering and Control, 32 (5), pp. 253-258.

Car parking provision is of crucial importance to many retailers and local authorities in their attempts to attract customers to locations. At the same time, the use of cars for leisure and shopping activities is attracting criticism from environmental lobbies. This paper sets out the present position in Great Britain with respect to car parking provision for retailing and reports the results of a series of linked surveys into car parking provision.

car park; local authority; parking provision; retail planning; survey data

AuthorsBurt Steven, Sparks Leigh
Publication date1991
PublisherHemming Information Services
ISSN 0041-0683

Traffic Engineering and Control: Volume 32, Issue 5 (1991)

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