Newcastle-upon-Tyne is not immediately one of the places in England that one usually thinks of as requiring the services of car wheel clampers.
It is our contention that here, as elsewhere in the UK, people who own property in a modest or middling way should think seriously of getting registered with car wheel clamping personnel because the preconditions are there.
The fact is that at the time of writing, this once glorious Roman headquarters, founded by the Emperor Hadrian, is undergoing a bad time in its long history.
This part of England used to be during the 18th and 19th centuries a major supply centre for many and sometimes large factories that produced the artefacts that went all over the Empire, from far-off India to Canada.
Newcastle-upon-Tyne has suffered perhaps more than any other big city in England from the country’s manufacturing decline and general loss of economic leadership in the global community.
The reality on the hard streets of this Northern city is that unemployment and underemployment are more than usually powerful influences in the lives of the metropolis and outlying areas such as Gateshead.
Surveys have shown that retail is one of the greatest industries in this particular city. The relatively low rentals here and the ubiquity of Internet-based industrial processes result in both people and machines working ‘online’ so that their sources of income are hundreds and thousands of miles away. Somebody working via international cable connections for employers abroad might want to reside in Newcastle-upon-Tyne to save expenses.
The shopping centre type predominance of what used to be a huge heavy industrial hub has resulted in car wheel clampers being much in demand.
Motorists seeking to avoid municipal charges by using public spaces will want to park on private premises – if it is safe.
Now, more than perhaps ever before, saving pennies counts in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The property owner with a car wheel clamping contract is a dangerous person to tangle with as far as the cost-conscious motorist is concerned.
We say that car wheel clamping personnel are required more than before in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. After car wheel clamping is outlawed by statute law there are companies like Flashpark delivering web-based non-confrontational answers that will find themselves wanted in this great but suffering city.