Marc Gander - The Consumer Survival Handbook


A 220 page introduction to all things consumer related by our own BankFodder.

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    Default Re: Parking eye ANPR PCN - Euro Garages Deeside Service Station

    Right, so no authority from Starbucks that overrides the offer of a contract by the parking bandits. No instruction form your company to meet a client at this place

    You must respiond with simple truths, if it does get as far as court and you give soem vague and incomplete response all of your other evidence will be deisounted as being unrliable regardless of how good it is.


    Now for planning, you phone up the planning dept and ask them if PE have applied for planning permission for their equipment and separate to that ask if theire were conditions placed in the original planning consent for regulation of parking. PE's involvement will be recent compared to the building fo the place.



    Dont be fobbed off, junior staff in the office wont know much about the law on signage ect and will say almost anything to get rid of you without bothering their seniors. Be clear as to what you wnat to know and come back here when you have spoken to them so we can rephrase things if necessary. If they cnat find a permission then it doesnt exist and that is good enough.

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    Default Re: Parking eye ANPR PCN - Euro Garages Deeside Service Station

    So I have called on 3 occasions, Im pretty sure twice they had no idea what I was going on about but all times I have been told there is nothing for restricted parking nor anything for equipment.


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    then there is no planning permission . You cant prove the non existence of somehting so take them at thier word, the parking co doesnt have PP, end of.
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    So I have called on 3 occasions, Im pretty sure twice they had no idea what I was going on about but all times I have been told there is nothing for restricted parking nor anything for equipment.



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    Default Re: Parking eye ANPR PCN - Euro Garages Deeside Service Station

    Excellent, so do I just follow the appeal process and say I cant find evidence of PP? Sorry for all the questions just not a clue when it comes to this sort of thing


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    Default Re: Parking eye ANPR PCN - Euro Garages Deeside Service Station

    no, you chase the owners of the site to get them to cancel. The local council or the Valuations Agency will know who that is. It may also indicate whether it is likely that PE actually have a contract with the landowner or an agent of some sorts and that can make or break their right to chase you.


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