BPF is a research centre.
BPF maps the common challenges. BPF keeps an overview of technical innovations and legislation in a fast moving sector of car parks.
BPF is a knowledge centre.
BPF collects and analyses information. This results into technical documentation, practical guidelines and accurate information for its members and others.
BPF is an industry association.
BPF coordinates the contacts with the various levels of government and other organisations. The aim is to defend and promote the interest of its members.
The Belgian Parking Federation is looking for a Secretary General for the further deployment of her activities.
We’re looking for a master profile (law, economy, …) who’s perfectly bilingual (NL/FR) and who has at least 10 years’ experience in positions where lobbying is an important part of the job description.
The Belgian Parking Federation organizes its spring lunch on Wednesday 20th May. Pascal Smet, Minister of the Government of the Brussels-Capital Region, in charge of Mobility and Public Works, will outline his vision on parking policies in Brussels.
This Oct. 17, 2014, the Belgian Parking Federation invites you to Autumn lunch. Yvan Mayer, Mayor of Brussels, will give his vision on mobility and the pedestrianization project in the capital city.