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  1. Hi, I received a penalty notice as my parking ticket was in the foot well when I returned to my car. Here's the notice & ticket: I then challenged the ticket following an example letter used successfully here (http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?389602-Have-a-local-authority-parking-ticket). This was my challenge description: "I would like to appeal the penalty charge served upon me. Enclosed is a copy of the Pay & Display ticket that I purchased and displayed for inspection. It can clearly be seen that I paid the appropriate fee and t
  2. Hi All, Just wanted to report back that I got a letter from Westminster saying they will let me off on this occasion, due to the fact that the end of bay markings were obscured by a vehicle. Nice one! Si
  3. Thanks, I've gone with the online option and you have to fill in your personal details and PCN etc in order to submit the form. Thanks again! Si
  4. Thanks a lot for your response! That's exactly the kind of advice I needed. Here's the final draft: " I am appealing the above PCN on the following grounds: The core issue with the above PCN is with the parking sign, which is misleading and confusing. I was parked no more than 2 meters from a parking sign which clearly stated the parking restriction was until 6:30pm. The sign for the bay I actually in was not placed on the edge of the bay, but was about 20 meters up the road and was illegible from the position I was parked. I did not realise that the sign nearest my bike
  5. Hi All, Last time I posted on here the advice I gained resulted in my appeal being granted and a refund of £250 from Wandsworth council, so thank you in advance for any help here! So 1 year later and I've been stung again.. This is an outline of what I am planning on sending, please advice on a)does it make sense and b) do you think I'm in with a chance? "I am appealing the above PCN on the following grounds: The core issue with the above PCN is with the parking sign, which is misleading and confusing. I was parked no more than 2 meters from a parking sign which cle
  6. Hi, other than the envelope and the back that was it. I didn't ask for any other form and wasn't given any other form: Here's a phot of the envelope and back: (there is also a reciept stapled to the yellow page - just a standard cc reciept.) Let me know if you have any further advice. Thanks!
  7. Hi, Sorry for unresponsiveness. Here are the docs: (the only thing they gave me at the car pound) and the thing that was on my windscreen at the car pound: Hope this helps. Ting - Not sure what you mean by "PePiPoo" - i guess a quick google will let me know ;-) Thanks for all your help so far! much appreciated! Si
  8. Here are the pics of the scene: Old marking - 'end' of bay where I was parked: New bay vs old (bay I was in was on the right) Bay where I wasn't parked (the new one): Where I was parked: non disabled outside my house: I'll get the documents up later. Thanks Si
  9. Ok, Got the car back only £250. Just what I needed before a two week holiday in India! I'll get the documents online tonight. I also managed to forget to get an appeal form when I picked my car up, is that going to prove problematic. Infact, can I even do anything if I'm going to be out of the country for two weeks come Saturday? Cheers Si
  10. hmm, maybe I don't have a case. There is a small road sign, but i thought it related to the new adjacent bay.. I'll get the photos up anyway. Cheers for your comments so far! Si
  11. Hi, First off I'd like to say I'm not the kind of person that is too lazy to park in disabled bays! I went to use my car last night and it was gone, living in London I initially thought it had been stolen. However, I later learned that it had been removed, as it was parked in a disabled bay. The reason I parked there was because I honestly thought it was an old ex-disabled bay, I thought this for a couple of reasons: 1) There are other old bays on the same street - one right outside my house, that you can only just make out the wording disabled, but people (including me) have
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