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  1. Thats a parking sticker for free parking in Yate shopping centre. I took some photos of the Trowbridge car park rules signs. Couple of days ago I received a letter from UKPC as well. Still don't think I will pay this money.
  2. Guys! Thanks a lot for your help. As you can see, I'm a bit "green" in this field and was panicking, cos a knew I had the ticket and wouldn't cheat on a free parking (why anyone would think that?) I will post the photos what they took of my car and I can send you the photos of the car park rules (I think they posted that to me too). The parking ticket doesnt have a sticky back, its just a little piece of paper (could easily fell over or hide under the windscreen wiper). Nandos as a restaurant there has ONE free ticket for 5 managers and 30 empolyees (crazy), obviously not everyone is driving, but still. I was just visiting the restaurant and wasnt planning to stay longer than two hours. I didn't remember properly where the ticket gone (fell over or went under the windscreen viper) when I did my appeal and I think because of the panic I was writing it quickly, believing a short appeal will be enough to win this case. I was wrong. I will post up some photos
  3. 1. It doesn't say fine. Its a parking charge [now changed - dx] For a windscreen ticket (Notice To Driver) please answer the following questions.... 1 The date of infringement? 26/05/2018 2 Have you yet appealed to the parking company yet? [Y/N?] Yes (the same day) 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 guide has there been a response? Yes, see attachment (response from UKPC) please post it up as well, suitably redacted. [as a PDF- follow the upload guide] If you haven't appealed yet - ,......... have you received a Notice To Keeper? (NTK) [must be received by you between 29-56 days] what date is on it Did the NTK provide photographic evidence? 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] Yes, they did and I appealed to POPLA 5 Who is the parking company? UKPC 6. where exactly [Carpark name and town] did you park? St Stephens Place Leisure, Trowbridge, BA14 8AH ......................... .... If you have received any other correspondence, please mention it here: I received a rejection letter from POPLA copy the windscreen or ANPR section to your thread and answer the questions... 3.Letter from POPLA Decision Unsuccessful Assessor Name Michael Byrne Assessor summary of operator case The operator has issued the Parking Charge Notice (PCN) as the appellant parked without clearly displaying a valid pay and display ticket Assessor summary of your case The appellant’s case is that they placed a valid parking ticket on the dashboard of their vehicle on the date of the parking incident, although they also concede that this may have blew off. The appellant advises that they are familiar with the car park and the conditions of parking and would therefore not risk receiving a PCN for the sake of printing out a free parking ticket. Assessor supporting rational for decision When entering private land, motorists are expected to comply with the terms and conditions. The operator has provided images of the signage laid out at the site. The terms and conditions of the site state: “First 3 hours parking free, only if ticket is displayed...A Valid pay and display ticket must be clearly displayed at all times... Failure to comply with the following at any time will result in a £100 Parking Charge”. The operator has issued the PCN as the appellant parked without clearly displaying a valid pay and display ticket The operator has provided photographic evidence of vehicle .....J parked between 09:05 and 09:16 from a number of different angles. The appellant’s case is that they placed a valid parking ticket on the dashboard of their vehicle on the date of the parking incident, although they also concede that this may have blown off. The appellant advises that they are familiar with the car park and the conditions of parking and would therefore not risk receiving a PCN for the sake of printing out a free parking ticket. I do not doubt that the appellant is familiar with the terms and conditions of the car park and will have printed out a free parking ticket. However, the photographs that the operator has provided of the appellant’s vehicle from a number of different angles show that the ticket was not on display at the time that the parking warden viewed the vehicle. The photographs include images of the dashboard of the appellant’s vehicle. Although it is possible that the ticket blew off the appellant’s dashboard as suggested, it was the appellant’s responsibility to ensure that they had parked in accordance with the terms and conditions of the car park. This required the appellant to ensure that their parking ticket was visible at all times and double check that it had not blown off the dashboard before leaving the vehicle. As the appellant failed ensure that their parking ticket was displayed, they have failed to comply with the terms and conditions of parking. Accordingly, I conclude that the operator has correctly issued the PCN. appeal reply UKPCS.pdf
  4. Hi there! I would like to ask for some advice. I found a similar case (same place, same issue) to mine in this forum and would like to know what was the outcome. Or I'm looking for some solution from someone more clever than me. I parked my car in the St Stephens car park in Trowbridge end of May. I purchased my free three hours ticket (still have the ticket) and put on the dashboard in a visible place. Shutting the door moved the ticket further down and fell under the windscreen wiper (not fully visible, but definitely there). I had an hour meeting at Nandos (I'm a manager there) and when I was leaving I realised I got the yellow bag with a parking charge. I appealed straight away. UKPC rejection response came three weeks later. I appealed with POPLA risking my parking charge to be £100. POPLA closed the case today with another rejection. Im a manager at Nandos, work in Trowbridge restaurant quite often. I am fully aware of the rules of that particular car park. My girlfriend is from Trowbridge, we visit the cinema and town shops and we always use this carpark. Why wouldn't I purchase a free ticket and risk a parking charge if I know the rules? I could pay the £100, but I don't think I have been treated fairly in this case. I just don't feel I did break the rules of that car park. Don't think it's okay. My question is: - What shall I do next? - Do I need to be worried if I decide not to pay? - How likely is me to go to court? thanks for the help, it means a lot
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