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  1. I couldn't find any posts about writing to DCA with a change of address so I wasn't sure. In fact I did find posts on other sites saying that you should. Just wanted to be clear.
  2. Thanks Stu, I will put together a letter today. I do already have some of that information, they send a breakdown of the service charges and now also send through what each individual charge covers. I know there are people not from the area that fly tip, but the charges have shot right up in the last increase and I know they're not doing anything about it. In fact they even removed the CCTV camera's after people complained they weren't doing anything to stop anti-social behaviour.
  3. I haven't wrote to ECP with my new address yet. I still have access to my old address for the time being. I've not received anything at my old address. Would it do any harm to write to DRP and request erasure of my personal data? No permission was ever given for them to hold my personal data. Thanks.
  4. Right so today received a letter from Dept Recovery Plus Ltd with a demand for £130. I know I should ignore this etc, I won't ever pay unless a court told me I need to which isn't going to happen. They sent the letter to my new address and in the letter said they traced me to this new address since I didn't reply to the last letter they sent (I'm 100% sure that no letter had been delivered to my registered address). Anyway, I'm interested in going down the route that as the registered keeper, I did not give DR+ permission to hold my personal data, and it would seem a credit company has also given out my personal information. Is there any point putting in effort to make a complaint against them and exercise my right for them to erase my data under GDRP laws? Or just ignore outright?
  5. Don't know if there is anything I/we can do, but our housing association recently sent out the updated service charges list, and we now the amount listed for "Rubbish clearance from the estate" has gone from £6 to £88. The summary explains that this is due to fly tipping, and residents that dump furniture (sofa's, fridges, freezers, table's etc) in the bin room. I've never done this, always borrowed a van to take to the recycling centre so I'm a bit annoyed about having to pay. Is there anything we can do to force the housing association to actually do something to help prevent this? There are cameras covering the area's, but they're not interested, easier to just make us all pay for it.
  6. I've not heard anything from ECP or anyone else since the POPLA decision. How long do parking companies usually wait before sending threat-o-grams? Also I need to change my address on my vehicle and won't be able to collect mail from my last address, what happens if they send court papers to my old address and I don't get them?
  7. Just didn't think POPLA would leave it to me to prove the vehicle wasn't parked there. I'll go all the way to court with them if they want to do that.
  8. POPLA refused the appeal. Complete rubbish response from someone they've dragged in. They're saying that it is up to me to prove that my vehicle WASN'T parked in the car park. They completely ignored that my appeal was based on no evidence of my vehicle being parked at all. They ignored the point I raised about the ANPR not even covering the car park at all, just the service road which is a PUBLIC right of way. At one point, they even claim I (as the appellant) remained on site for too long!
  9. Got an email from POPLA to say they've made a decision and to check the portal, but the portal shows up as "We have received your comments and we will begin your assessment in due course". I emailed them but I don't expect a reply as they've not responded to any other email from me. Does it just take a while to show up?
  10. No parking event took place, they've requested details from the DVLA under false pretences.
  11. Surely it's out of time too? Happened on 27/12/18, NTK dated 18/01/19? That's more than 14 days even if it was working days. Edit: Didn't see your post Eric. So he's inadvertently created liability by responding to the out of time NTK?
  12. Couldn't find any planning application for the signage: http://planningonline.wolverhampton.gov.uk/online-applications/
  13. Fast response from Manchester's council. They're investigating and will send someone to the site for an inspection. Those large signs advertising the car park are certainly large enough to require a planning applicaton - Not really to do with the parking charge but at least this should cost them some time and money.
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