my hubby was issued a ticket by Parking Control Management for parking on a private road.
Is there anyway we can appeal?
We have lived in the area for 6 years now and have on occasion used the road for parking
- there is also a Quick Fit on the otherside of the road so they must use the parking at some stage.
There are no markings for parking bays and there was another car parked there.
There is a sign that says private road and no parking with out a permit
but is not very clear when you are turning left into the road as the curb is sort of pointed (like a V) with roads on either side.
The gentleman (being kind calling him that) was sitting in his car across the road so saw us park.
Also on the notice he has signed it and in the bit where it says ID/Licence no he has put a dash,
is that legal or does he have to have an id number.
We only went to the pet shop so were about 10 minutes.
The fine is £60 or £100 after 14 days.
Its a lot of money - is there anything we can do?????
Hi - thanks for that. Do you hve any idea as to why he has not put an ID number in that bit of the ticket. He has signed it and put his name where it says operative. I thought you had to have an id number etc for issue tickets or is that only for council fines?
It's just an unenforceable invoice on which they can ( or not write anything). Don't forget that they are not the police or council, just a private company with no official standing or authority. They just design their paperwork to make it look official in the hope that people will be fooled into paying up.