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  1. Hello All, Sorry for bringing up this old post again but there has just been a new event ... over a year later. So yesterday, I get this letter in the post along with the letters and images sent to me by Napier over a year ago. I'm not sure what to do, do I ignore it or do I reply with a letter saying I have proof of ticket etc etc. Any help/suggestions would be so very much appreciated! Thanks bwlegal.pdf
  2. Thanks @renegadeimp, So I should just make an appeal then in order to get a POPLA code right?
  3. Hi, This is a Parking Charge Notice Reminder received via post and evidence by ANPR for parking 14 minutes over the 90 minute free parking limit. I did not see the signs stating there was a time limit. As mentioned before, My daughter was ill so I stayed in the car while she was sleeping and then I went to Asda, making a purchase in cash. I will look for the receipt which should hopefully be in the car somewhere. ......................... .... 1 Date of the infringement ==> 08/07/2017 2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date] ==> 13/07/2017 3 Date received ==> 30/07/2017 ( I was on holiday and only saw this in the post on the 30th ) 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [y/n?] ==> Yes 5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event? ==> yes 6 Have you appealed? {y/n?] post up you appeal] ==> no Have you had a response? [Y/N?] post it up - no correspondence from my side yet 7 Who is the parking company? ==> Parking Eye 8. Where exactly [carpark name and town] ==> Glyn Square, Wolverton, Milton Keynes For either option, does it say which appeals body they operate under. ==> BPA Doc1 (1).pdf
  4. Thanks! In your opinion, should I appeal it or ignore them until I get a letter from a court?
  5. Hi, Just looking for some advice please. I recently went to a small local supermarket and had not realised that there was a time limit on the parking session. There are various signs up but the main entrance sign says "car park for shop users" - see signs for details, I assumed the car park was for users of the car park and that there was no time limit. Unfortunately the time limits were displayed on the other signs up in the car park. I just got a letter with a parking notice, as I was 14 minutes longer that allowed. The reason I took long was my child was feeling ill and then fell asleep in the car I stayed in the car with her until she woke up and I then went shopping in Asda. I paid cash on the day. Just wondering if I should pay the reduced rate or if I should try appealing. I don't think I have a leg to stand on I honestly did not see there was a time limit. Any suggestions? Thanks, Chris pparkingeye.bmp
  6. Thanks again, great suggestion and exactly what I will do. I have by the way, no attached the 2 letters again that they sent me hopefully in a better format and quality (sorry for the delay). napierletters 2pages.pdf
  7. Thanks again for your input - I have attached their 2 letters which arrived in the same envelope (just in case you notice something out of the ordinary). Apologies for the bad quality ... and again, thanks so much!!
  8. Hi All, Sorry for not replying earlier (and hopefully I'm not pestering you) but I thought this had gone away. Yesterday I received a letter from bmlaw (the legal team representing Napier parking). They said I know have to pay £140 within x amount of days otherwise they will proceed with legal action via CCJ. Please see attached the last letter I sent them towards the middle/end of last year. Any suggestions please? complaints-napier2.pdf
  9. Thank you to all, I honestly appreciate it! I got the first letter from them today ... I just feel so angry with these guys and especially the IAS with their comment about the ticket not having a start time so basically I need to pay up. I am really leaning towards sending them and the IAS a letter giving my opinion of them Once again, you all rock and can't thank you enough, I'll keep you posted as to what happens next!
  10. Thanks so much BazzaS & DX100uk, I really appreciate your replies and advice, next time you pass by Milton Keynes I'll buy you a coffee.
  11. Hi everyone, I am a single parent of 2 children (2 years and 2 months old) which I take to the park every week. I don't have a lot of money but still I go to and pay for parking every week in the same place (Willen lake in Milton Keynes). What happened on this occasion is that after I placed the ticket on the dashboard, I then had to get both my children out as well as the push chairs and so on out of the boot. Whilst doing that the ticket must have been blown over on to the seat as it was a windy day. When I got back I found the ticket upright on my seat after returning to the vehicle. The company is an IPC company called Napier Parking Ltd and I was issued with a Fixed Charge Notice. I contacted them immediately and showed them photos of my ticket and explained my case to them. They replied by rejecting my claim and showed me pictures of my car (obviously not my car seat) and said I could try contesting this by contacting the IAS. I appealed for this case through the IAS and was absolutely dumbfounded by the "independant" services response: " In all Appeals the Adjudicator is bound by the law of contract and is only able to consider legal challenges and not factual mistakes nor extenuating circumstances. Once liability has been established only the Parking Operator has the discretion to vary or cancel the parking charge based on mitigating circumstances. In this case the parking charge was issued because the Appellant parked his car on private land without displaying a valid P&D ticket in the front windscreen or on the dashboard as is required. The Appellant maintains that he bought a ticket which allowed him to park there that day prior to the issue of this parking charge at 13.53. The ticket provided by the Appellant does not show the time when it was issued but the cost of £2.40 should be able to confirm whether it was before or after 13.53 which would have an impact on his mitigation. The responsibility for making sure that a P&D ticket was properly secured in place so as to be able to be read is the motorist's and even in windy conditions that is still the position as well as with the difficulties of coping with young children. However much sympathy one may have for the Appellant this is not a matter of law which is the extent of an Adjudicator's remit as set out above and as a result this Appeal must be dismissed. " I am now in a position where I can no longer appeal anywhere nor can I pay the reduced fee. It really makes me angry why I must still pay the fine even though I have a valid ticket and also why I am at fault in the adjudicator's eyes for not having a ticket which shows the start time . .. I mean, the company who prints the tickets should be at fault there right? As for the parking company, these are simple reasons why I feel their actions are simply to make money off of fines: 1) Why am I not allowed to show you them my valid parking ticket which should still be proof of payment after being accused of not paying? 2) Why is there no start time (ticket issued time) on their tickets? 3) Why don't they have a system which makes you enter your registration number? 4) Why don't they have the sticky backs on their tickets? Does anyone have any suggestions? My fine needs to be settled by 02/08/16 and is £80 Thanks in advance!
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