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  1. I received a letter back. Obviously they have denied the appeal and my assertions of criminal wrongdoing and are worming around. Is it worth chasing them with demand letters? reply.pdf
  2. You think that the NTK doesn't say who the creditor is so it could well be the Management Company or the PCM rather than the freeholder?
  3. Here, finally, are the images of the car park and signs. Hopefully they make sense. way in.pdf from street.pdf in car park.pdf standing sign.pdf
  4. Thanks for the help on that one. Here is another go: ntk_master.pdf
  5. I received the NTK, should I be posting that up here? It might put you on until the pictures of the signs!
  6. You'll have to wait until the weekend unfortunately. Sorry to keep the excitement up until then...
  7. You're really good at this! There is even a large free standing sign that has been put up in the car park.
  8. I forgot to say - they have been very liberal with the signage. There are signs on all the walls, on the way in to the car park and also on the sides of people's flats which I myself wouldn't be very happy about...
  9. Do you mean gives away the rights of the leaseholders? I would imagine the freeholders in far, far away in a tax haven company structure and has no idea they even own the building. (I do think you probably know what you are talking about, and I am very grateful for the advice, I don't want to come across as rude)
  10. The management company is Gateway, they weren't the original managers and took over a while ago. They were appointed by the freeholder of the block of flats.
  11. Still no NTK. I haven't contacted them at all, should I be writing to them? I can't post the image of my ticket yet I haven't posted enough!
  12. Still no NTK yet. I finally went through the lease - this is the only reference to anything that could be the car park: "The common parts: Means all (...) access yards, roads footpaths storage areas and other areas and things (if any) included in the Estate provided by the Lessor fr the common use of Residents and their visitors and not subject to any lease or tenancy of any of the flats on the Estate." Very vague and no one has an assigned space...
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