UKPC Parking signs put upin private Estate without warning! in Private Land Parking Enforcement Posted February 13, 2016 This road contains both private flats and social housing. Had an e-mail today from The housing association that own my place and they say that UKPC will start enforcement from March the first. They informed us that residents will get 1 permit per property but whilst the housing association has about 15 marked parking spaces, everyone and his wife park on the as the association refused to put flat numbers on the spaces, so it is a free for all,. Private flats have their spaces marked with their flat or house number but not our places. There are 97 flats and houses on this road but not enough spaces to go round. Even the 4 "visitor spaces" are always full. Also, many residents have more than one car! They have put up around 10 signs around the place, many on lamp posts and even 1 nailed to the wall of the associations flats! I sent e-mail to the County Council about the amount of signs and that they are highly visible from outside the boundary of this site, asking them if the planning department had given this company planning permission to erect them. I understand that if signs are put up on private ground they should not impinge on people's views outside the site. I'm not holding my breath.