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  1. Yes a number of others are affected and are not happy. Just wondering if i had any right to go back to them and say i wasn't adhering to the new suggested policy.
  2. I did think that, they don't call them disciplinary processes but that's essentially what they are. It's a series of written warnings and then a invitation to a meeting at their offices before finally they pull the parking space and block your access to the car park.
  3. In short, that only one car can be registered on the database and that if the second car that is not registered is parked in the space then the residents will go through a certain disciplinary process resulting in the car park space being taken away from them. If a car is parked in the space then the second car cannot be in the loading or taxi bays either. I may breach this when i am unloading my car from work and my hobbies. thanks
  4. Hi, My landlord has recently tried to roll out a change in the car parking policy at my apartment block. This affects the way me and my flat mate use the parking space we share. I was wondering if i have any rights to reject the policy as its not something we agreed to when signing up for the tenancy agreement. Any help is much appreciated! Thanks
  5. Still waiting to hear back from the change in liability that the fleet manager sent through. I will update if/when i hear back. As always, I am grateful for all of your help! Thank you.
  6. Thanks for the help on this! There are electronic locks on the doors to the apartment blocks to gain access to the apartment you also need an physical key, concierge have copies of these keys too. They avoided the question on dates and times so i've asked the question a second time. I don't believe they will be accuratly give me this information though. I am going to askif any internal investigation has been launched since my formal complaint and if CCTV has been checked as part of the process. The rep from the letting agency gave some watered down excuse as to how the pass must not have been wiped clean and the permissions were denied, apparently no security breach had occured. He also didn't supply a copy of the Policy and Procedures for the concierge staff, which i plan on asking for again. They haven't reported this to the police but have said that i should and they will assist how the police ask. I plan on going back and saying that i intend on doing thats why i require the infomation that he isn't supplying. I don't believe any apartment is classed as full service but i couldn't be 100%
  7. The lovely lady who sorts the fleet out for our company has tried to process a change in liability to my self. See response below from UKCPS below: Thank you for your appeal regarding ticket number ***. A response will be sent to you within 28 days from the date that the appeal was received. We will however endeavour to respond to your appeal within 14 days but this may not always be possible. Please ensure that you check your junk mail in case the appeal response is diverted there. We recommend that you add our e-mail address to your safe senders list to ensure delivery.
  8. Thanks, gone back and said i want to take a look at the agreement in place with Lex on this issue and asked that they simply pass my name and address on to the company that sent the charge through.
  9. Haha politely and forceful. Update : I got this from my employers: "I can confirm that no admin fees will be deducted from your salary at this stage, however if we do not receive a confirmation of charge cancellation from you, issued by UKCPS in the next couple of weeks then the admin fees will be applied. If in addition, the lease company bills us back for settling the PCN GCL11023 then our payroll team will have to deduct that from your salary as per company car policy, as we are not responsible for the driver’s fines. If you wish to appeal the fine, please do so by contacting UKCPS and not the lease company as it’s not them who have issued the fine." I then got a screen grab of the company policy which apparently applies, See attached. I intend on going back with the following: "In reference to the attached parking charge this is not unlawful or a motoring offence. The parking charge is not a fine, and the way I was parked wasn’t in breach of any motoring laws. Therefor this wouldn’t apply to the section of the policy that has been sent, there is no keeper liability and I am not liable to pay the charge. I would advise neither you or Lex pay the private parking charge as the NTK was not within 14 days of incident that they allege to have happened, but I cannot stop you. I would be happy for you or Lex to pass my name onto them for them to contact me directly. What is the agreed policy that Lex mentioned? Have NCC group agree to pay private parking charges(again, this is not the same as a fine)?" Is there anything else you think is worth mentioning? Doc1.pdf
  10. Thank you, understood. I will confirm the policy details then get in touch with the leasing company letting them know politely that i won't be paying it. Thanks again for you help!
  11. Hi, My leasing company recently got a charge through from UKCPS, I've attached all correspondence in the PDF. Although i would usually ignore this as the NTK had not been received within 14 days the lease company has suggested that they are going to pay the fine and invoice my company/me (as this is a company car). Can you offer any advice on how best to proceed? If you require any more information please let me know. As always, thank you very much for taking the time to look into this. 1 Date of the infringement 29/10/19 2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date]15th November 2019 3 Date received 15/10/2019 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? Yes 5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event? Unsure, not that I can see displayed on the letter 6 Have you appealed? {y/n?] post up you appeal] No 7 Who is the parking company? UKCPS 8. Where exactly [carpark name and town] Gateway House Piccadilly, Manchester Letters and Emails.pdf
  12. Hi, Thank you for the info, I used Lockyard Lane as that is the location that SiP stated. I've also been down to the road and got some images to the entrance. I also spotted some council signage on a lamp post by the entrance to the lane, i am unsure if its anything to do with the parking directly. I've uploaded just in case. I also received another notice demanding money. Also uploaded. Let me know if you have any further questions or need any more information. Thanks, Jack ……………. @ericsbrother What would you recommend me to do next? As mentioned before this is a company car, and my work has asked that i either pay the fine or contact them directly to appeal. I believe an admin fee is applied to every letter that is sent to the leasing company. Thanks again for your help. Doc1.pdf
  13. The land was residential, there seems to be construction work taking place there. I parked there when it was late at night and didn't see the signs as it is a street with poor lighting. More pictures of the area to follow...
  14. Yeah, this is a company leased vehicle.. The notice to hirer is addressed to my company. I am waiting to get this returned in my name. Is there any other documentation i should be expecting? Thanks.
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