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  1. All of the other signs are the same as the "sign close up" PDF I posted on April 8th. It does say £100 to pay if stay over time allowed. The front 2 are the only different ones.
  2. Hello, apologies for the delay. It wasn't possible to do this sooner I'm afraid. The lamp post has no council plaque or numbering unfortunately. The signs as shown in the PDF in my previous post are on both lamp posts and walls. I've attached a plan in this PDF to show where they are. The wall ones are approx 1.75m high from ground and lamp post ones about 2m. They are 60cm high x 45cm wide. The largest letters are 2cm high, the smallest 4mm high. In addition there are two different signs on entry into the Carpark. One on each sid
  3. Sorry if they were blurry, originals weren't so must've been the convoluted conversion/resizing process. First time I've tried this. Here is a closeup of a sign. Good tip Re the lamppost! Will check that out as it will be very satisfying to remove the sign hehe. I completely agree that sign would be invisible for a driver entering and leaving that annex with or without a bush in the way. Also even if seen it looks like it applies to the main Carpark only and there are no additional signs in the annex (that's what I was trying to show with the
  4. Ok. Hope this has worked OK this time... Noticed I said it was on a Sunday. I was wrong, it was a Saturday. Today was one of the first sunny Sundays all year when I took the photos of the car park so would have been extra busy but still LOADS of spaces. HomebaseParkingPhotos.pdf
  5. For PCN's received through the post [ANPR camera capture] please answer the following questions. 1 Date of the infringement: 01/09/18 2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date]: 06/09/18 3 Date received: no way to tell now unfortunately 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [Y/N?]: It mentions the POFA 2012 but not schedule 4 specifically. 5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event? They provide their time stamped photos on the le
  6. Hi, I did a search of my previous threads before I posted and this is a different one. Literally zero parking problems before these! It is good to know not to worry as they threaten court action with lots of extra costs. So shall I ignore again for now?
  7. Sorry, just re-tried and photos still failing to upload. Will try again asap but out of time now.
  8. Hi, Unfortunately I missed the letter when it first arrived and so the 14days to pay expires Mon 8th April. It is a solicitors letter threatening civil court proceedings for a parking charge currently £160 for exceeding a stay on a major retail chains parking lot. I ignored several of the other collections letters (from Debt Recovery Plus and Zenith) but this one is from solicitors and quotes Beavis v Parking Eye 2015 and so seems more scary. The day of the "parking infraction" was a Sunday (store still open but massive carpark nearly empty s
  9. Thanks for the quick replies. Sorry if the letter wasn't clear. I can't see "letter of claim" or "letter before claim" anywhere. What would you do in my situation? Short reply now or wait/ignore for now? I'm off on summer hols tomorrow so bad timing for them to hassle me again!
  10. Uhoh, I just received this letter from a solicitors today. Does this change things or is it still OK to ignore? Lots of threats about the repercussions of doing so. It seems like they're really pursuing this. They're looking to obtain a County Court Judgement. Do I need to get ready for court? Thanks again for any help.
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