Solutions for answering queries from the public more efficiently, correctly and helpfully.
winners of four innovation awards
we specialise in solutions that answer queries from drivers about Penalty Charge Notices
tried and trusted
by over 60 councils and contractors, including 48% of London councils
our specialist solutions answer queries from drivers about Penalty Charge Notices
Used by back-office correspondence teams to create reply letters to drivers about Penalty Charge Notices. benefits + Increased productivity for correspondence teams. + Unequalled letter quality – plain-English accredited. + Consistently correct letter content and decisions. features + Unique decision-making intelligence. + Creates millions of different letters. + Your policies (780+, eg on leniency) applied automatically. + Excellent adjudication track record. + Just one day of your time to set up. awards + Winner of three innovation awards. Contact us for a demo or quote.
Used by drivers to query their Penalty Charge Notices online, 24/7. benefits + Reduced PCN correspondence. + Increased back-office efficiency. + Improved driver satisfaction. features + Answers queries on the spot/requests specific evidence to upload. + Interactive and learns from users. + Informative reports. + Accessible from computer, tablet, phone. + Just one day of your time to set up. awards + Winner – 2016 Intelligent Parking Award. Contact us for a demo or quote.
tried and trusted by 60+ councils nationwide, including 48% of those in London
a wealth of experience and specialist knowledge
It is now ten years since Barbour Logic introduced its ground-breaking correspondence technology to help local authorities reduce risk, ensure consistency and improve efficiencies in answering queries from motorists who have received a Penalty Charge Notice. The company is marking the milestone with special celebrations on its stand at this year’s Parkex. It will be[…]
Barbour Logic (BL) is delighted to announce that Fiona Deans has joined as Managing Director. Fiona’s remit is to build on BL’s successes to date and drive the company’s next phase of growth. Previously she was COO of Arts Alliance Media (AAM), a technology and software services provider to the cinema industry. At AAM Fiona[…]
The Highways Services Team at Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council has recently been restructured and the number of staff in the Parking Services team scaled down. Consequently, the department has addressed the need for efficiency savings with help from Barbour Logic. In July they implemented Response Master, the company’s award-winning, plain English parking correspondence software,[…]
Barbour Logic’s latest product – RM Self-Serve – has won the Intelligent Parking Award at the 2016 British Parking Awards. RM Self-Serve is used by motorists to query their Penalty Charge Notices online. Uniquely, RM Self-Serve interacts with and learns from motorists, enabling them to get answers to PCN queries in 2 minutes, not 2-6[…]
We’re delighted to be finalists in the British Parking Awards. The winners will be announced on 4 March at the Lancaster London Hotel. Innovation has always been at the heart of what we do and we’re delighted to have won three awards for it in the past. http://www.britishparkingawards.co.uk/2016/finalists.php
Parking Review: 25 November 2015 Nottingham City Council is now using specialist correspondence IT to answer representations and enquiries from motorists. The council started using Barbour Logic’s Response Master system earlier this year. The system enabled the council to clear a backlog of around 1,200 letters and is now credited with enabling its back office[…]
Parking Review: 29 September 2015 An online interactive guidance facility to help motorists with their parking appeals has gone live in two south London boroughs. The shared Bromley and Bexley Parking Service is ‘beta-testing’ the system, which has been developed by Barbour Logic. A London local authority parking partnership has helped a South Yorkshire council[…]
Parking Review: 27 June 2015 A London local authority parking partnership has helped a South Yorkshire council clear a build up of drivers’ correspondence. Bromley and Bexley’s Shared Parking Service assisted Sheffield City Council with a short-term backlog of challenges and representations. Ben Stephens, head of Bromley and Bexley Shared Parking Service, said: “Having combined[…]
Parking Review: 02 May 2015 Parking correspondence software developer Barbour Logic launched a customer-facing version of its Response Master system at Parkex. Response Master Self-Serve enables drivers to query penalty charge notices (PCNs) online before deciding whether or not to make representations to the local authority. Self-Serve uses a similar approach to the Response Master[…]
Parking Review: 30th August 2014 Argyll & Bute Council on the east coast of Scotland took over on-street parking enforcement from Police Scotland in May. Prior to the switchover, on-street parking was only minimally enforced by the police, with months sometimes passing between wardens’ visits to towns such as Helensburgh and Oban. As a result,[…]