The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead at their cabinet meeting today extended the parking enforcement for another two years.
The parking enforcement contract was awarded to NSL for the delivery of parking enforcement service in the borough in July 2017 after transferring existing staff to the company.
Cllr David Cannon said that “the performance has been consistently high, and the majority of the performance indicators have been regularly achieved, in addition, they have been a very valued partner supporting both the Royal Wedding and Royal Ascot.”
The council approved extra funding of £69,336 to run a one-year pilot scheme. It is expected to see a 25% increase in warden deployment hours in the rural and out of town areas of The royal Borough following an emerging need in these areas of the borough.
Parking issues are expected to be reported by resident reporting, community wardens, ward councillors and parish councillors to ensure that targeting of these resources into rural areas.
The new contract will commence on 1st December 2019.