The Practical Problems Faced by the University of East London in Meeting the Parking Restraints within PPG13

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Sandland, S. 2006. The Practical Problems Faced by the University of East London in Meeting the Parking Restraints within PPG13. World Review of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development. 3 (2), pp. 152-175. https://doi.org/10.1504/WRSTSD.2006.009320
AuthorsSandland, S.
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In increasing usage of its Docklands campus, the University of East London is subject to limits on parking provision, guidance for which is given in PPG13. Commuters balance opportunity costs when assessing their willingness to pay to commute. Staff members display opposing views with respect to their reliance on the car, but the car users both justify the need, which depends upon their home location and alternative provision, and articulate the difficulties in changing practice. The government is encouraging the use of car share schemes which could potentially be a viable solution. Compressed working weeks or home working depend upon the nature of teaching staff duties and must be supported by management and technology if a cultural change can be achieved that continues to provide a quality service for the students.

KeywordsCommuting; Parking Restraints; Public Transport Provision; Home Working; Managing Change
JournalWorld Review of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development
Journal citation3 (2), pp. 152-175
ISSN1741-2242
Year2006
PublisherInderscience
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