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  1. fair enough. To me, the curb drops on either end of the grey path to allow vehicles access (as it is used everyday by workmen). Even the yellow raised blistered paving slab ends where it meets that section.
  2. so because I share the building i cannot appeal? Also, I dont believe i caused an obstruction as the pavement is wide and coloured differently from the main walkway. Picture 1.pdf
  3. Hello All, A workman parked on a section of pavement often used by others (delivery drivers etc) to perform a survey in my flat. On return, a PCN was issued for "Parking with one or more wheels on or over a footpath...". The section of the pavement is a different colour from the main pavement and has drop curb access so vehicles can enter this section (see attached). I have appealed to Hounslow, but they refused to cancel. Is this something i can fight? IMG_1972.pdf
  4. One point i haven't stressesd enough is that the car does not belong to me. Rather it belongs to my mother. Everything will be addressed to her and I don't want her to get involved in court.
  5. Do you guys think that i'll have to go through the motions of "Claim letters" and Court dates? Or is it likely they'll just forget it? I hope not to go through this again.
  6. Apologies - I didn't compile my scans correctly - please see attached.UKCPM PCN.pdf
  7. Hi there... I haven’t contacted the estate agent yet. I just wanted to cover myself with your help in the worse case scenario.
  8. Hello all, I borrowed a family member's car to attend a flat viewing. The viewing was at 17:00 on Thurs 17th June 2021(I have email to confirm this) I was a little early as was the estate agent. I initially couldn't have been longer than 20-25 minutes before returning to the car and waiting, as the estate agent had to return to the office to obtain the correct key. I waited in the car for a approximately 15 mins (after after the photos were taken) and then had the full viewing. The land is in a private, gated development. I received the attached PCN (Parking Charge Notice) today on Wed 23rd June 2021. It's hard to work out, but the 2 photos were taken at 16:59:08 and 16:59:40. I believe the photo was taken by someone on foot/Moped - Please help! 1 Date of the infringement Thursday 17th June 2021 [17:23] 2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date] 19th June 2021 3 Date received Wednesday 23rd June 2021 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? Yes 5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event? Yes 6 Have you appealed? No Have you had a response? not applicable 7 Who is the parking company? UKCPM 8. Where exactly Heritage Walk, Brentford, London, TW8 0RN For either option, does it say which appeals body they operate under. ISA UKCPM PCN.pdf
  9. Claim Dismissed but, the courts messed up the court time. However, UKCPM notified the court that they weren't going to turn up. The judge was not the original person assigned, so he only had a small amount of time to review the case. I sat with him and briefly explained my summary of events. We sat in silence and after a while he said he was going to dismiss the case considering the distance required to get back to the car (i suppose this would relate to a sufficient grace period). I'm a little upset that he didn't seem to consider the other points (such as no locus standi, improper conduct) and he wouldn't allow my summary of costs to be reimbursed as "this is a small claims court" he mentioned. I'm a bit underwhelmed, but I suppose I won. Thank you to you all.
  10. is this excessive? Schedule of Costs Litigation in Person @ £19 per hour (over 8 hours) £152.00 Loss of earnings @ £95 per day £95.00 In reference to: The Civil Procedure (Amendment No.5) (Coronavirus) Rules 2020 Travel Costs @ £0.40 per mile (@3-mile return trip) £1.20 Printing Costs @ £0.25 per page Witness statement (9-pages, 3 copies) £6.75 IPC Code of practice (18-pages) £4.50 BPA Code of Practice (21-pages) £5.25 Land Registry Check (3-pages) £0.75 Total £265.45
  11. i see, thanks I can actually claim up to £95 for loss of earnings! in reference to: http://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/procedure-rules/civil/rules/part27#27.14. and https://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/procedure-rules/civil/rules/part27/pd_part27#7.1 Costs 7.3 The amounts which a party may be ordered to pay under rule 27.14(3)(c) (loss of earnings) and (d) (experts’ fees) are: (1) for the loss of earnings or loss of leave of each party or witness due to attending a hearing or staying away from home for the purpose of attending a hearing, a sum not exceeding £95 per day for each person, and
  12. an additional £90? how? I had previously planned the court date as a day/week off due the bank holiday and working over lockdown.
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