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  1. I've also checked my Tenancy Agreement re car park space, the only thing that says To park in the car parking space, garage or driveway allocated to the Premises, if applicable. As I said previously, I have identified myself as the driver purely because I'm foreign, I have been living in England for a few years and from personal experience, every time you communicate to a private institution, you need to identify yourself who you are, otherwise they will always come up with some sort of "confidentiality reason" why they can't disclose the information you are after. Every time I go for the simplest thing such renting out a property, people ask me for a load of references & all sorts of crap and the last thing I would want anywhere on my record to show is an unpaid parking fine.
  2. my appeal has been rejected The signage at the site is clearly visible and the information on the signage informs the driver of the parking conditions at the location. Signage is prominent throughout the parking area. Signage location, size, content and font has been audited by the Independent Parking Committee. It is the driver’s responsibility to hek for signage, hek the legality and otain any authorisation for parking before leaving their vehicle. The fact you are a permit holder is not in dispute, however, as a permit holder you are aware of the fact a permit must be displayed and the result of non-display. As per the signage, retrospective evidence of authority to park is not accepted. The parking scheme is in place due to historical parking issues at the development. The scheme offers security and exclusivity to resident bays by combating parking issues. For the basis of treating all residents fairly and equally, all vehicles parking otherwise than in accordance with the conditions must be dealt with the same way, otherwise the parking control provides no protection to the residents. If the permit is not totally visible on the said occasion whether intentional or not, we feel the driver must take responsibility for this. We also feel that it falls into the category of not parking in accordance with the conditions, by not clearly displaying a valid permit. Signage states permits must be fully displayed in the front windscreen. Had the permit been fully and clearly displayed in the windscreen there would have been no cause to issue the PCN. The operator cannot know why a valid permit is not displayed. They are contracted to monitor ALL vehicles on site and ensure a correctly displayed valid permit is on show in every vehicle to ascertain authority to park on site. As a resident in receipt of a permit, you will be aware of the content of the signage on site.
  3. A little update, I was able to appeal through their website apparently you have to shrink the photographs to a very small size otherwise the system won't let you submit your appeal . I have also taken a photograph of the sign which says that "Retrospective evidence of authority to park will not be accepted". What are your thoughts guys?
  4. 1 The date of infringement? 22/09/2017 at 01:16am 2 Have you yet appealed to the parking company yet? [Y/N?] No, their website won't let me do it! I haven't received a NTK yet, it has only been 4 days since I was issued the charge. However, I've checked their website and they have photographic evidence of my car being parked in the space along with photos of the actual signs where it says that you need to display your permit. 3 Did the NTK mention Schedule 4 of the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 (PoFA) [Y/N?] 4 If you appealed after receiving the NTK, did the parking company give you any information regarding the further appeals process? [it is well known that parking companies will reject any appeal whatever the circumstances] 5 Who is the parking company? Parking Property & Management Ltd 6. where exactly [Carpark name and town] did you park? Private property in central Birmingham
  5. Ok, if I don't pay this ticket and let's say they decide to take me to some court even though the car is registered at this parking space, will this appear in my credit score?
  6. It hasn't been working for the past five months according to their Google Reviews & they refuse to deal with appeals via the telephone line.
  7. Yes, I wasn't able to appeal because the website won't submit my claim. The funny thing is, I bought the car literally two days ago, it is registered on this address & this parking spot. Has anyone else dealt with these guys?
  8. Hi guys, A couple of days ago I was issued a parking ticket by Parking & Property Management LTD for parking in my own parking space! The only problem was that I didn' have the permit displayed at the time. Now, they want to charge me 60 quid if I pay within the next 14 days or 100 if this is paid within the next 28. I have already tried the appeal section on their website and it doesn't work, I've checked other forums and this section has not been functioning for at least five months, so in other words I can't even appeal against this bloody ticket. What is the worst that could happen if I don't pay this silly fine? Thanks
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