NSL, the UK’s largest parking enforcement specialist and part of Marston Holdings, is working in partnership with councils across the UK to help them manage the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The company is providing Covid Marshalls to support the police and council enforcement officers in monitoring and managing busy public areas, to protect local communities and ensure that town centres are safe places to visit.

According to NSL : “The pandemic has reinforced our commitment to working in the community and ensuring that people stay safe as they go about their daily lives. We are proud that our Covid Marshalls are able to make such a positive impact and will continue to work closely with councils over the coming months, delivering a bespoke service to meet their specific requirements as government guidelines evolve.”

With the infrastructure and recruitment processes already in place, NSL has the ability to rapidly scale up its workforce to meet this demand from councils. The company has received hundreds of applicants for each advertised position, many with frontline customer service expertise and newly unemployed as a result of the pandemic. Successful applicants have already been employed with new and existing council clients including Bracknell Forest and Trafford.

According to Trafford Council’s Strategic Growth Team: “We are delighted by the friendly and professional way in which our Covid Information Officers are providing advice and support for local businesses on Covid-safe practices and ensuring safe, socially distanced queuing in public spaces. They are also supporting the night economy, helping to ensure that outside eating/drinking areas are safe and meet government guidelines.”

Covid Marshalls receive full training to ensure the effectiveness of every interaction. They are also fully equipped with PPE including face coverings and hand sanitiser as well as radios and mobile phones. When required, they also wear bodycams and work in pairs when operating at night.

“NSL can scale up to meet client requirements in as little as one week enabling an effective response to be delivered to meet changing government lockdown rules,” continued NSL. “We are committed to ensuring the safety of every employee as well as members of the public and operate strict daily cleansing regimes for all equipment and vehicles used.”

The London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham has installed Videalert CCTV enforcement cameras for pioneering temporary vehicle restriction zones to stop non-residents rat running through SW6 streets including Harwood Terrace, Imperial Road and Bagley’s Lane.

This new scheme followed a six-month trial closure of Harwood Terrace, which began in October to try to reduce the 92 per cent of traffic in the area that came from people who live outside the borough. The cameras use the latest ANPR technology to capture the number plates of motorists who enter these roads with fines issued to those that do not hold a valid Hammersmith and Fulham residents’ parking permit.

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According to Marston Holdings: “We are delighted to be working with the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham on this scheme which will significantly reduce the volume of traffic in this area.

Nine Videalert cameras have been installed as part of the Harwood Terrace scheme and were switched on in mid-July following the installation of relevant signage by the council. These ONVIF compliant HD cameras capture the highest quality images to minimise discard-rates, increase productivity and help reduce the number of appeals. This data is transmitted to the Videalert’s DfT Manufacturer Certified hosted platform which integrates with the council’s permit systems to ensure that resident and key ‘permitted vehicles’ can pass through control points and move around the area without obstacle. Visitors and delivery drivers are accommodated within the scheme via a data push from the host system.

It is anticipated that this scheme will significantly reduce the through traffic east of Wandsworth Bridge Road, including through Harwood Terrace, and improve bus journey times at the Bagley’s Lane junction. Traffic previously able to cut through to New Kings Road will also be eliminated helping to reduce noise, air pollution and carbon emissions in line with the council’s climate emergency strategy. The council is also introducing full width speed humps and planters at the width restrictions to reinforce traffic calming and improve the visual feel of Harwood Terrace.

Videalert’s hosted platform maintains a ‘white list’ of permitted vehicles including buses, taxis, emergency services, refuse trucks and council service vehicles. The cameras automatically capture the number plates of vehicles committing an offence. This data is transmitted to the Videalert platform where evidence packs are automatically compiled for review through a secure online portal prior to PCNs being issued.