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  1. Thanks very much ericsbrother, that’s really positive how you think I could possibly win this. I’m glad you sent a second post advising to send them a letter, as I would feel uneasy continuing to ignore from what I’ve read from other people. I have devised the below letter from your recommendations and I just wanted to ask you guys if you think this is acceptable and appropriate. Please feel free to add any or reword sentences, I have to admit I am quite clueless regarding breach of contract/DPA so you may be able to word it slightly better. Dear Sir/Madame, I am writing to give
  2. Hi all, More pictures in a pdf as requested. Hope this helps. Thanks, Jay jpg.pdf
  3. Ok great cheers: So you want me to go back and take pictures? That’s fine. Will this help you with what to say in the letter of reply I guess? Anything else you want me to take a pic of while I’m there so I don’t have to go back? The black meter box and various other car park signs around the hospital? Thanks, Jay
  4. i believe there is a picture of the tariff board from the car park that i sent? perhaps its too blurry you can't read? do you mean the black meter shown? i'm sure i can make out what it says just about regarding the prices.. what other pictures do you require? Any other different car park signs within that exact car park or within the hospital? that's reassuring though you think that no charges should apply
  5. yes true i just wanted to clarify. I have been to the hospital this morning and taken pictures. Pictures 1-4 are from the public highway to the front entrance of the hospital. and pictures 5-11 are pictures from inside the hospital road to the entrance of the car park. Just to note on picture 6, the sign says: Car park for: MR scanner AandE Voluntary services post graduate medical centre It might be worth noting that I was actually on induction on the date of the ticket which was actually in the post graduate medical centre, so surely it could be forgiven for
  6. Thanks so much for your reply. i'm pretty sure the sign says something like MRI scanner patients only (which i'm not) and i'm also quite sure it is at the entrance to the car park and not obscured.. But I can go and take pictures of the wording on the sign tomorrow and also a pic showing the relationship between the sign and the entrance, if this is definitely needed? p.s. I am going on holiday this sunday for 1 week. the last letter said they will issue proceedings with county court if no reply within 30 days, would you worry about missing this? it has been going on for 9 month
  7. original charge of 70 + additional costs (in total 206). The letter states 'if we do not receive a reply within 30 days of this letter, we will be left with no alternative but to issue proceedings in the country court' - which basically means they will take me to court surely.. Thanks, Jay
  8. yes sorry it was a ticket stuck to my car. The email is on my work email which i don't have access to anymore as it is onsite only accessible and I have left. Guess i could always go back and log in if it came to it.
  9. Thanks so much for the speedy reply! 1 The date of infringement? 4/8/17 at 14.57 2 Have you yet appealed to the parking company yet? yes (i sent a short email the week following the ticket to the email on the ticket. I'm unsure who exactly this was either the hospital car park staff or civil enforcement - i have no way of checking either as it was on a old work email. if you have then please post up whatever you sent and how you sent it and the date you sent it, suitably redacted. [as a PDF- follow the upload It was a short email along the lines of: Dear Sir/Madame,
  10. Hello All, Apologies if this has already been covered, I have tried to read others responses but not sure sure if they apply to my specific case. I wonder if anyone can please help? In August 2017 on my first day at my new hospital where I started work (before hospital induction) I accidentally parked in a patient car park rather than a staff carpark. I received a parking charge of 35.00. The week after i emailed the email address from the ticket (unsure who exactly) defending my case. I never had a response. Subsequently over the last 9 months i have received various le
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