It is very true that it is impossible to go forward whilst standing still, and therefore, CP Plus are constantly reviewing new developments and technologies in the car park management services industry to maintain their position as one of the leading providers of car park management services in the UK.
CP Plus saw an opportunity just over 20 years ago to enter the parking industry with an innovative business plan to provide a service that the NHS were very much in need of. After expanding into the private sector, CP Plus now employs more than 400 people and manages 350 car parks. CP Plus has gained ISO 9001:2008, which covers their procedures and operations and also have BS standard accreditation in managed guarding, CCTV operations and vetting and screening procedures. Through their continued commitment to staff, including comprehensive training programmes, CP Plus has gained Investors in People status. Maintaining high standards is important to CP Plus and this is reflected in the quality of their services and the staff that implement them.
CP Plus is the number one car park management provider for the NHS and Roadchef motorway service stations and has achieved this status by being responsive to their client’s needs. CP Plus have never believed in a one size fits all solution to car park management and always involve their clients in making the right decisions based on the CP Plus expertise and their own requirements.
CP Plus believes that car park management technology is the way to take the industry into the future, but will only use car park management technology that works and adds value to the car park management services they offer. If a client’s individual set of circumstances indicate that traditional car park management techniques are more appropriate, CP Plus will not use car park management technology just for the sake of it and will provide the client with the best possible and most appropriate car park management services that suit their requirements.
Recent success stories for CP Plus in 2013 include the retention and expansion of the British Land contract with a focus on facilities management, being appointed to manage the car parks for High Speed 1′s stations for the next 5 years, which include Ebbsfleet Internationl, Ashford International and St Pancras International and being selected to manage the Southbank Centre car parks.