| Q-Park Charles Street in Sheffield has been named the most unusual car park in the UK in a study completed by hiyacar and YourParkingSpace.
Q-Park are proud to be attending, sponsoring and speaking at Parking and Property 2019.
Hosted at 15Hatfields near Southbank on May 16th, the focus of the exhibition is building the parking business model of the future. This year’s event will see speakers and delegates discussing topics such as economic changes, evolving driver and customer behaviour, emerging vehicle technologies and much more.
Does the future of parking park itself? One of Audi’s top experts will be attending the event to present their new developments in automated valet parking. In addition to this, Gatwick Airport’s head of car parks will be there to discuss their upcoming trial of robots that collect customer’s cars and park them on their behalf. If successful, this initiative could streamline parking services and create a more efficient use of space.
What impact will autonomous vehicles, electric cars and car share companies have on the parking business model as we know it? The exhibition will see a panel of architects, automotive experts and parking operators gather to discuss the impending changes to the parking landscape.
What was learned from the Liverpool multi-storey fire on NYE 2017/2018? Experts from mainland Europe will be presenting their experience of major car park fires and the effects on legislation in their respective countries. Also, ahead of the BPA Report on Fires in Car Parks being published, the author will be in attendance to discuss the findings and provide an advanced look at the report.
Q-Park look forward to networking with delegates to discuss the future of parking and the wider automotive landscape.