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Friday 23 November 2018


Report Stage Proceedings


Parking (Code of Practice) Bill




This document shows the fate of each clause, schedule, amendment and new clause.


The following terms are used:


Agreed to: agreed without a vote.


Agreed to on division: agreed following a vote.


Negatived: rejected without a vote.


Negatived on division: rejected following a vote.


Not called: debated in a group of amendments, but not put to a decision.


Not moved: not debated or put to a decision.


Question proposed: debate underway but not concluded.


Withdrawn after debate: moved and debated but then withdrawn, so not put to a decision.


Not selected: not chosen for debate by the Speaker.




Sir Greg Knight


Agreed to  NC1


To move the following Clause—



“Appeals against parking charges



This section applies if the parking code contains guidance recommending that all


parking appeals are dealt with by a single person who is independent of persons


providing private parking facilities.



The Secretary of State may, for the purpose of enabling or facilitating persons to


act in accordance with that guidance, enter into an agreement with any person


who appears to the Secretary of State to be so independent for that person to deal


with parking appeals.



An agreement under this section may provide—



for payments to be made by the Secretary of State in respect of dealing


with parking appeals;


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Parking (Code of Practice) Bill, continued



for the person to have power to charge fees, payable by persons providing


private parking facilities, for dealing with parking appeals;



for the maximum amount of any fee chargeable by virtue of paragraph





A person authorised by an agreement under this section to deal with parking


appeals may not authorise any other person to perform that function.



In this section “parking appeals” means appeals against parking charges imposed


by, or on behalf of, persons providing private parking facilities.”




Sir Christopher Chope


Not called  7


Clause  1,  page  1,  line  3,  after “State” insert “within twelve months of the day on


which this Act is passed.”


Sir Christopher Chope


Not called  8


Clause  1,  page  1,  line  3,  after “must” insert “use his best endeavour to.”



Sir Greg Knight


Agreed to  1


Clause  6,  page  3,  line  14,  leave out from “may” to “functions” in line 20 and insert





enter into an agreement with a public authority authorising the authority


to perform any functions of the Secretary of State under sections 1 to 4


(other than the function of laying a code or alteration before Parliament);



enter into an agreement with a person authorising that person to perform




Sir Greg Knight


Agreed to  2


Clause  6,  page  3,  line  28,  leave out “public authority which is” and insert “person”


Sir Greg Knight


Agreed to  3


Clause  6,  page  3,  line  34,  leave out “the final version of”


Sir Greg Knight


Agreed to  4


Clause  6,  page  3,  line  35,  at end insert “for approval”


Sir Greg Knight


Agreed to  5


Clause  6,  page  3,  line  36,  leave out “The” and insert “Once the Secretary of State


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has approved the code or alteration, the”



Sir Greg Knight


Agreed to  6


Clause  7,  page  4,  line  3,  at end insert—


“( )    

where the Secretary of State has entered into an agreement with a person


under section (Appeals against parking charges) (appeals against


parking charges), the establishment and maintenance by the person of a


service for dealing with parking appeals (within the meaning of that





Sir Christopher Chope


Not called  9


Clause  11,  page  6,  line  29,  leave out from “force” to the end of line 30 and insert


“two months after the day on which this Act is passed.”


Sir Christopher Chope


Not called  10


Clause  11,  page  6,  line  31,  leave out subsection (3).


Bill read the third time, and passed.




Revised 23 November 2018