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  1. The writer of the second letter (the lawyer) has now also had a similar follow up letter from Gladstones (attached) along with endless photos of the car, the ticket and the area of the residential estate. I expect I'll receive one too shortly. Seems no action required here either but adding for completeness of thread. brentford parking June 21 captain.pdf
  2. Thanks for reopening the thread. Please see attached letter received in response to the letter sent in post 76, incidentally the same person who received the letter in post 81. My reading of it suggests no action required but just checking in here!! Thanks as ever to all Gladstones letter June 21.pdf
  3. BB photos.pdfThanks, we were a bit confused re whether the NTK was out of time as post #4 from Dx says it was in time but post #7 by lookforinfo says it is out of time. I attach the relevant photos of the machine in the carpark BB photos.pdf
  4. Sorry for delay but my friend has only just had a chance to return to take pictures of the signage which I am trying to get in a format to attach here. In the meantime, it does seem that the conditions are there to say that disabled badge holders have to register their car via email or telephone - which begs the question as to how you could do this if you did not have a phone on you. It would be helpful to know what is wrong with the letter before claim and I'm also unsure on whether the ntk was out of time or not. Thanks
  5. Really would like some tips as to whether the court action letter requires a response at this stage! Thanks
  6. No there wasn’t. The first letter had a form asking for disclosure of the driver’s details. The second one was just threatening court action.
  7. There was no ticket on the car and no photographic evidence on the NTK so I’m not sure what sort of carpark this is and how they have the info. Not sure what the other options are. Nonetheless we’d like to know what (if any) response to make to the notice is intended court action
  8. No photos at all. So is she ok to ignore the letter re court action or should she write to them to say the Ntk was out of time ? The only mention is of the time the car left (not photos though) and it says she is liable for parking for the period of parking immediately before that! For all they know she just drove through the carpark!
  9. Re NTK timing, 14 calendar days from 19/3/21 would be 2/4/21 and they wouldn't deem the letter to have arrived before the 3/4/21 according to their own assumption of 2 working days after the date on the letter (31/3/21) as there would have been no post on Good Friday (2/4/21). If the Letter is not compliant, what action should be taken? Understandably the recipient is quite worried about the latest letter and speed of escalation but she has not received any photos of her car in or leaving the car park I noticed a number of people on Trip Advisor have noted that they have been caught out with their disabled permits recently at this carpark. Sadly they seem to have paid....
  10. For PCN's received through the post [ANPR camera capture] (must be received within 14 days from the Incident) Please answer the following questions. 1 Date of the infringement 19 March 2021 2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date] 31 March 2021 3 Date received According to the NTK contents it was deemed to be given on the second working day after the date on the letter - that would be 3 April 21(if Saturday is deemed a working day) as 2 and 4 April were bank holidays (Good Friday and Easter Monday) so this might already be out of time? 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [Y/N?] No 5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event? No 6 Have you appealed? [Y/N?] post up your appeal] No Have you had a response? [Y/N?] post it up N/A 7 Who is the parking company? District Enforcement Ltd 8. Where exactly [carpark name and town] Burnham Beeches Lord Mayor's Drive Slough Berks For either option, does it say which appeals body they operate under. IAS There are two official bodies, the BPA and the IAS. If you are unsure, please check HERE If you have received any other correspondence, please mention it here Notice of Impending Court Action dated 29/4/21 received 4 May 2021
  11. Hi, A friend with disabled parking permit visited Burnham Beeches March 2021. She parked in a disabled bay, as is her custom, displaying her blue badge. She was astonished to receive the attached Parking Charge Notice to Keeper as a first communication in the post (no ticket on car so must be a camera) and ignored it as assumed it was usual pirate private parking company behaviour. Now she has received a notice of impending court action (attached) stating that legal proceedings will commence without further notice if money not paid by 13/5/21. Looking into this it seems that many have been caught out by recent rule changes for disabled badge holders in BB that don't seem to be clear - if they had been she would have seen them and made the necessary phone call to register her car. Advice gratefully received. BB parking notice to keeper (2).pdf BB notice of court action (2).pdf
  12. An update, just one of us has had a reply to our letters (see post #76 for text) and it deals solely with the issue of the data protection breach. It seems they were rattled enough to defend the accusation that they breached GDPR regulations. I attach a copy of the letter - sorry that it's not very clear but it says they haven't breached the regulations as they are entitled to process personal data because of the legitimate interest in recovering the unpaid parking charge. Not sure if they think using capital letters for Parking Charge (sic) makes it more official. we know it doesn't warrant any action but am posting as we thought it was interesting that they wrote this letter. AJJM Gladstones GDPR defence letter.pdf
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