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  1. I am not 100% on the details, but I've only ever spoken to Manchester Life when signing the letting agreement. It is the concierge team, who work for Manchester Life, who put the paper on the car. I can only assume that both the apartment and car park is owned by Manchester Life. In the Doc4.pdf attached, I've put some pictures of the rental agreement with all pages that reference parking! Doc4.pdf
  2. Again, appreciate the response! Yeah, it was a representative from Manchester Life that placed the note. Manchester Life are the property developers who own the building and the car park (apologies for not being clear on this earlier). I’ve since moved it into a servicing bay so it is obvious that it has been moved. I’ll make the request now for information now and I’ve taken a look through the rental agreement to see if anything is mentioned in there and it says people who have been allocated a space need to sign a separate parking agreement (which I haven’t signed)! Thanks again!
  3. Appreciate the response! It's a apartment letting company called Manchester Life. Should i worry that one day i might come to my car for it not to be there? Can they just have it removed like that or would they need to go through a legal process first?
  4. I have a question that I hope some people on here will be able to answer. I moved into a newly built apartment block around 18 months ago, it was stated verbally that one parking space would be guaranteed and that another would be allocated once all other tenants have had moved in. With this agreement in mind, I allowed my flat mate to have the space and said I would find alternative parking until a space was allocated to myself. It’s now become apparent that this was a ruse to get us to sign on the dotted line. I am still attempting to get them to allocate me a space but this seem futile. After significant damage to my car on the surrounding streets, I’ve since started parking in a quieter area of the gated car park, which doesn’t restrict access to any entrances or exits. Whilst occupying this area of the car park I was left a soggy piece of paper which stated my car was illegally parked and would be legally removed within 48 hours of the date (there was no time mentioned, also no signs around the car park). I’ve since asked if they have a photograph of the notice on my car as some of the content on there was illegible, but they said this wasn’t available. This made me wonder, am I infringing any laws? If it was possible for me to arrive one day to see my car not there? Am I safe to carry on parking there? Let me know if you need any more information! Intrigued to hear people thoughts on this!
  5. I've taken @ericsbrother advice and requested that I am named as the driver. Just waiting to hear back from my work and the leasing company. I have reattached the images. I apologises for keep missing the regs, thanks for looking out for it! I will notify you once i hear more from them. Thanks again!
  6. Thank you for your response! It sounds promising! Just to add a complication into this matter, the car is a company car and the letter is addressed to the company that it is leased from. The letter has been returned to them and it will now be address to myself / the company i work for. What effect would this have on the GDPR request? Should I still go down this route? Thanks again! J
  7. Hi, Apologies for not coming back to you sooner, I have been having trouble accessing my account. I have attached the signage that is around the area. Further to this, they have now sent the NTK, I have attached this also. This was sent to the leasing company and it is in the process of being forwarded to my self. Appreciate the help and adivce you have already given, please could you advise further? Many thanks, J
  8. Hi, I parked in a loading bay for what felt like no more than 15 minutes and received a parking ticket. See images attached. I couldn't see any signs that clearly displayed the time allowed or the terms and conditions. Is this legal? Please let me know if you need any information and thank you CAG in advanced!
  9. Hi, Thank you for the response, just to keep you updated with developments. They have sent a second letter informing me the amount due has now risen, see attached. Following your previous instructions - I'm going to ignore. Thanks again, Jack
  10. For PNC's received through the post [ANPR camera capture] please answer the following questions. 1 Date of the infringement 22/08/17 2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date]27/10/2017 3 Date received 01/11/2017 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? No 5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event? Yes 6 Have you appealed? {y/n?] post up you appeal] No 7 Who is the parking company? Highview Parking 8. Where exactly [carpark name and town] Urban Exchange, M4 Manchester For either option, does it say which appeals body they operate under. BPA Please accept my apologies, I've filled this in below Cheers,
  11. I've received a parking ticket from Highview Parking - See attached. It states that the visit contravened the terms and confitions displayed on the signage. I used the facilities and thought i was well within the terms and conditions but they do not seem to think so.. Would appreciate any help with how to respond to this letter as i think they are acting unfairly. Cheers,
  12. Hi Lee, Thank you for you're response. I've had to terminate my contract as i felt there was no other way to resolve this issue without spending hours on the phone to staff that didn't give a hoot. I've found a very affordable contract with EE who so far have been great and i would recommend them above Vodafone to anyone thus far. Cheers, Jack.
  13. Hi, I received a faulty phone from vodafone (sometimes it displays nothing even though there is "life" in the phone) where i have been a customer for 2 years. I received this phone on the 6th went on holiday come back and started using the phone requesting that my number change (because of PPI calls), they happily arranged this. Once i reported the faulty phone they said that they would send a courier to switch the phone for a brand new one which i was pretty happy with. Then the customer service assistant discovered i had changed my number and that this switch wasn't possible and told me that a courier would have to come and pick the phone up, take it for repair then have it sent back to me. I asked for some times scales as i need my phone as part of my job and she couldn't give me any and the earliest the courier could get to me was the 25th. So not only am i sat with a broken phone for 6 days I also don't know how long im going to be without a phone. When i pressed on the issue of weather its going to be a week, month or year she still couldn't give me any sort of indication. To top it all off i get a faulty phone that's been refurbished when surely i should be entitled to a brand new phone. Surely I'm entitled to a better service than i received I'm just not too sure the best way of going about it. Could somebody suggest the best way? Thank you.
  14. Hi, I received a faulty phone from Vodafone (sometimes it displays nothing even though there is "life" in the phone) where i have been a customer for 2 years. I received this phone on the 6th went on holiday come back and started using the phone requesting that my number change (because of PPI calls), they happily arranged this. Once i reported the faulty phone they said that they would send a courier to switch the phone for a brand new one which i was pretty happy with. Then the customer service assistant discovered i had changed my number and that this switch wasn't possible and told me that a courier would have to come and pick the phone up, take it for repair then have it sent back to me. I asked for some times scales as i need my phone as part of my job and she couldn't give me any and the earliest the courier could get to me was the 25th. So not only am i sat with a broken phone for 6 days I also don't know how long im going to be without a phone. When i pressed on the issue of weather its going to be a week, month or year she still couldn't give me any sort of indication. To top it all off i get a faulty phone that's been refurbished when surely i should be entitled to a brand new phone. Surely I'm entitled to a better service than i received I'm just not too sure the best way of going about it. Could somebody suggest the best way? Thank you.
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