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Welcome to the New Zealand Parking Association

The NZPA exists to promote communication, co­operation, education and the maintenance of common ethical standards in the field of parking management. As a trade organisation, we provide these services to local authorities, organisations providing parking services and trade suppliers.

Our aims are:

  • The collection and dissemination of information relevant to the parking industry to keep members well informed
  • Providing access and information about proposed changes that will affect members
  • Facilitating and encouraging discussion on matters pertaining to the parking industry nationwide
  • Liaising with government departments, local authorities and other organisations on parking matters
  • Providing a list of contacts in the parking industry for members of the public 

How the NZPA can help you

The purpose of the NZPA website is to provide contacts, industry trends and related information to the public and our members. Please note that we are not set up to deal with parking complaints from the general public. The NZPA is not a regulatory body, so we are unable to help with any personal parking related issues.

If you are a member of the public and would like to find out more information about car parks in New Zealand along with useful parking tips, check out our Resources page

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Apr 24, 2019

Canterbury District Health Board approves hospital staff car parking building extension

Health board members have approved a proposal to add two floors to a staff car parking building in Christchurch.

Apr 24, 2019

Auckland Council looking to sell carpark buildings to pay for City Rail Link blowout

Auckland Council is looking to sell or lease its four carpark buildings to help pay its share of the $1 billion blowout in the cost of the city rail loop.

Apr 09, 2019

'Intimidating behaviour': Clamping down on wheel clamping

The Government's move to cap wheel clamping fines at $100 was based on anecdotal evidence, media reports, and a lack of overall evidence about the scale of the problem, according to the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE).