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  1. Good evening, I need to make an appeal tonight to avoid the charge being increased from £60 to £100, any idea what I should write in the appeal? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. All the best, Amy
  2. They've even made the local news today...confirming what I've said: 'Car park firm fines woman who parked ten minutes too early': "The car park on waste ground off Fitzwilliam Street has no barriers or ticket machines. People using the site must pay a member of staff, who is not always present." (http://www.examiner.co.uk/news/car-park-firm-fines-woman-13834153). Took a photo today of the traffic cone they sling a cardboard sign over where you have to pay the attendant, see attached. Is no response a response and I'll just have to pay? Stop to Pay Here.pdf
  3. Hello there, I have taken photographs tonight and their signage has changed, there seems to be signage everywhere!!!! I felt sick when I saw it. They must have put them up over the weekend and I don't have any photos of the car park as it was last week. Not knowing that new signage had been put up (please believe me, there was an old sign there last week - you can see it on Google Earth!). I don't know if someone at work will be a witness for that and I'll ask tomorrow for anyone who can support the claim that all this signage has suddenly appeared, if needed. I couldn't get a photo this morning of the attendant who is still handing tickets out (running late), a colleague confirmed it for me and will be a witness to this fact. I will get a photo of the attendant tomorrow morning though, if needed. I also noticed a brand new ticket machine, not yet set-up/connected, so it looks like they're in the process of upgrading the entire site at the moment. Here are the photos of the 'new' signage (old signage on Google Earth): One last thing, please see a copy of the parking ticket/receipt (as proof of payment for the day I've been given a PCN) attached: All the best, Amy Parking Signage.pdf Proof of Parking Payment.pdf
  4. Hi dx100uk, Yes, all the photos have been taken by the operator via a mobile phone (you can see the reflection of whoever took the photos in a couple of the photos). There are 2 photos on the PCN and 5 more on their website. Shall I post them here? I'm just worried that they might identify me even if I remove the number plate. I've attached the one where you can clearly see their reflection and the mobile they've taken the picture with. Cheers, Amy PCN - Close Up Ticket.pdf
  5. Hi dx100uk, Yes, all the photos have been taken by the operator via a mobile phone (you can see the reflection of whoever took the photos in a couple of the photos). There are 2 photos on the PCN and 5 more on their website. Shall I post them here? I'm just worried that they might identify me even if I remove the number plate. Cheers, Amy
  6. Good evening, Please find a copy of the PCN I received attached. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. All the best, Amy Hello ericsbrother, Thanks for your response. I can get photographs of the signage and the guy taking people's money at the entrance on Monday, if that might help? All the best, Amy PCN Parking Charge Notice.pdf
  7. No, there wasn't any windscreen ticket, I just received an actual letter entitled: 'Parking Charge Notice' today (dated 25.10.2017). All the best, Amy P.S. I can provide a scan of the colour dated ticket I was given by the parking attendant, if necessary.
  8. Good eveing dx100uk, Many thanks for your reply, please see the following as requested: For PNC's received through the post [ANPR camera capture] 1 Date of the infringement24.10.2017 (However, I'm not sure if I placed the coloured ticket 'face up' on 25.10.2017, 26.10.2017 and 27.10.2017). 2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date] 25.10.2017 3 Date received 27.10.2017. 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [y/n?] No 5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event? Yes 6 Have you appealed? {y/n?] post up you appeal] No (Not yet - notice received today). Have you had a response? [Y/N?] post it up N/A 7 Who is the parking company? HX Car Park Management Ltd 8. Where exactly [carpark name and town] St Georges Car Park, Fitzwilliam Street, Huddersfield, HD1 5BB For either option, does it say which appeals body they operate under. IAS Standard Appeals Service There are two official bodies, the BPA and the IAS. If you are unsure, please check HERE IAS Standard Appeals Service If you have received any other correspondence, please mention it here N/A Hope this information helps, please let me know if you require any further information. All the best, Amy
  9. Hi CraigMcK, Many thanks for your reply. My thoughts are that you can't even receive a square, coloured ticket unless you actually pay cash to the attendant, and as such is proof of payment...trying not to let it ruin my weekend, and as you say, wait for correct advice. Thanks all the same, means a lot All the best, Amy
  10. Hello All, I have just received a 'Parking Charge Notice' from HX Car Park Management Ltd. According to the contravention the: 'Pay and Display Ticket was face down' and they are requesting £60 (if paid within 14 days) or £100 (if paid within 28 days). There are no ticket machines in the car park and on arrival to the car park you pay cash to an attendant, he gives you a piece of square, coloured paper with the date printed on it (which they have photographed as evidence). Each day you're provided with a different colour. With hindsight, I stupidly didn't realise that I needed to place the dated ticket face upwards. I was under the impression that you couldn't park there without going past the parking attendant. Worryingly, I could potentially be liable for at least another three days as I'm not sure if I placed the coloured ticket 'face up' on the following days. Any advice would be most appreciated as this could potentially be an anxiety inducing £240.00 in total (almost a week's wage for me). All the best, Amy
  11. Hello Donarebun, I'm a full-time student so I doubt I'd be entitled to anything, but thanks for the suggestion, I can always see if I'd qualify. I might be able to stretch to £25 for a small claim though Cheers, Ammy
  12. Hello Ericsbrother, I was repeatedly told by payroll (via HR) that I didn't have an hourly rate (despite being paid a specified hourly rate when I completed an overtime sheet). That's why I'm sticking to an expectation of half my monthly salary for working precisely half my monthly contracted hours (contracted 60 hours/month for a specified salary)...I hope this doesn't complicate anything. Thanks for your advice, it really is appreciated. Best wishes, Ammy P.S. I hadn't even considered copying in the Chair, what a brilliant suggestion!
  13. Thank you so much for your quick response Steampowered! The only written justification I've received from them for paying me approximately half of the money I was expecting was their (mis)calculation of the hours I worked. I worked 4 shifts (days) in January. First they claimed I was on a working pattern of 3 hours/day, then they claimed I worked 2.15 hours/day, when in fact I worked 7.5 hours/day - I have evidence of my shift pattern, including a time-sheet signed by my manager (I asked the manager to sign my timesheet for January before I left, but she didn't/wouldn't, but I have one for another month), rotas and signing-in sheets, which I've emailed to them as evidence several times to no avail. Thank you for your suggestion to take this through Small Claims, the fees for an Employment Tribunal are really quite exclusionary for me at this time, and I probably wouldn't have taken it that far and have lost the money. I suppose all I can do now is wait until ACAS have finished their involvement and then make a Small Claims claim. Many thanks again, I can stop worrying so much now All the best, Ammy
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