Q-Park Clerys project impresses at Parking & Property 2017

Parking is an essential element in urban infrastructure. Without well thought out and implemented parking provisions, towns and cities would cease to function. As the number of car owners expands and the premium on land increases, car park operators need to keep up with innovative, smart and cost saving solutions.

On the 8th June Parking and Property 2017 offered both public and private sector car park owners, operators, developers, planners and companies supplying design and equipment services an excellent opportunity to examine the latest thinking in the planning, funding, design, construction, upkeep and day-to-day operation of parking facilities.

The successful one day event, organised by Landor Links, was dedicated to off-street parking, and provided the perfect place for discussion and knowledge-sharing with key industry players.

Dan Lemajic, VAR Network Manager, Nualight, details “It was encouraging to see so many people at the conference who are genuinely passionate about finding innovative methods to enhance car park and property spaces. Whilst attending the presentations, it was clear to see that Nualight lighting solutions can offer the operators the solutions they need in order to achieve their energy saving targets and provide brighter, safer spaces for the end users. It was an interesting day and our recent Q-Park, Clerys project was very well received. The topics, speakers and organisers were great and we are looking forward to next year already.”

To read the Q-Park Clerys case study click here or for more information on the Nualight car park range visit:

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