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  1. Thanks for your answers guys , I had nothing to lose with the first appeal , with a formal appeal it could cost me an extra £35 if I lose I can't afford that I'm gonna have to concede and pay more attention next time when I park. If I had more money I would fight it as a matter of principle ( even though it was my mistake )
  2. I received a letter from the Head Of Engineering & Transport thanking me for my communication , then reciting the law on Loading bays , then goes on to say that he/she is satisfied that the bay is clearly marked and signposted and it was my responsibility to adhere to the restrictions. There is an option to appeal but if it is rejected I have to pay the full charge not the discount payment. Ah well! , it was worth a try , thanks for the advice guys.
  3. I have already made my appeal via Neath / Port Talbot Council website with the photo you suggested and I paraphrased what you suggested. I just went to see if I could add to my appeal but it just appears to be making a new appeal and I can't just add to an existing appeal but I did notice that the Parking Officer has since added 8 photographs as evidence BMW PIX.pdf
  4. I'll have to get someone else to take the photo's for me as I'm miles from Neath. I just looked on google maps and it seems the markings and signs have been the same since Aug 2016 , I have included these so you can see. new photos.pdf
  5. Thank you , Should I update the thread regardless of the outcome of the appeal?
  6. Thanks Jamberson I don't why I mentioned the time ??? I will appeal then , is it acceptable to say exactly what I've said in my first post
  7. I also just noticed that the time of Contravention was 14:19 and the ticket was issued 5 minutes later at 14:24
  8. Hi Guys , I went for lunch yesterday in Neath and parked in what I though was a legitimate parking pay , hindsight is a wonderful thing and it transpires I parked in a loading bay. I received a PCN stating that I had parked in a loading bay during restricted hours. I don't know why but as the sign stated that the loading bay was to the right and parking was to the left I thought it meant the next parking bay up was the loading bay and didn't realize that the parking bays available for around 5 cars was split in two. After I inspected the road markings I realized my mistake but the dividing line between the two bays was very feint and not visible to me from my drivers position. I fully accept the mistake was mine for not being more observant when I parked but was wondering if I had any chance of appealing as the painted line was feint. I have included pictures so you can see what I mean. Should I just cough up and put it down to my error or do I have a case to appeal. Picture List. 1.Where I was parked 2. Parking Sign 3. Parking Boundary line 4. Parking Boundary line again Where I was parked.pdf
  9. Google maps is spot on , there is no signage on the roundabout and the first sign is the one that says "2 hours max stay for use by customers only , This car park is private property see signage in car park for t&c". My GF cannot remember exactly where she parked , tbh she didn't even see the signs ( probably didnt read them due to her dyslexia ) How do I go about getting the planning info?
  10. Thanks for your help. The postcode is Aberystwyth SY23 1LL
  11. It took place in the Rheidol Retail Park , Aberystwyth. The maximum free stay authorised is 2 hours. My girlfriend overstayed by 45 minutes on 1 day & 1 hour the next.
  12. Can anyone please offer me advice on the following PCN's I recieved from ParkingEye. My disabled girlfriend incurred both but I am the Keeper 1 Date of the infringement - 26 & 27th August 2 Date on the NTK - 1st Sept 3 Date received - 5th Sept 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? - Yes 5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event? - Yes 6 Have you appealed? - No 7 Who is the parking company? - ParkingEye For either option, does it say which appeals body they operate under. - BPA
  13. Hi All, I'm just after a bit of advice for a friend. To cut a long story short , he went to work , was not allowed to park in the works car park and was told by a security guard he could park on the gravel outside ( with countless others ) . There were visable 'No Parking Signs' but he did it anyway. He received a ticket from APCOA ( in August ) which he ignored and has recently ( couple of days ago ) received a 'Notice to Owner/Keeper/Hirer' letter increasing the fine and with threats of increased charges and debt collectors if he doesn't pay within 14 days.. I would of told him to ignore it ( as I have done in the past from advice from this forum ) but seeing as the law has changed in October I was wondering if things are different now. What can I advise my friend ?
  14. The worlds a messed up place if a security guards tells a woman ( 5'5" who weighs 7 stone ) their banned and when she asks why , they are allowed to do a double handed shove in the chest without any other warning. Could anyone tell me what physical violence I am legally allowed to do this security guard.
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