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  1. Sorry - I made a snotty comment on my reply to them that the signage doesn't clearly state where drivers can't park, so would they have given me a ticket if the car had been parked in the canal (which is next to the road). ericsbrother had mentioned 'You can go and take some picture of the wharf and that will show that theoretically they are claiming you parked in the canal'
  2. Ericsbrother - I mentioned on the reply that the evidence they sent me was a sign in the pitch black, and reminded them that none of the signs are illuminated. I also mentioned about whether their contract covers me parking in the canal :-)
  3. Hey all, This is their latest reply.. thought it was dead! Thank you for your correspondence, our reply to which is set out below. We understand that you have claimed that there wasn’t sufficient illumination near the sign, please see attached the evidence our client has provided. It is evident that on the balance of probabilities your headlights would have shone onto the sign at the point of parking. The signs displayed at the site clearly state that you must not park on the roadways at any time, if you chose to park outside of these terms, you accept the charge set out on the sign. The signs form the contract between yourself and our client UK Car Park Management Limited. We attach our client's photographic evidence which shows your vehicle bearing registration number Xxxx xxx parked on a roadway. By parking in such a manner the driver accepted the charge of £100.00 set out on the signs. Payment of the charge has not been forthcoming within the relevant timeframe and as such the contract between yourself and our client has now been breached. Our client has incurred further costs as a direct result of the breach in taking steps to recover the outstanding debt. As you have stated that you were not the driver at the time of the parking infringement occurred, please provide a valid nomination for the driver, this can be done by providing their full name and a serviceable address for them. In view of the above it is our Client's position that the sum of £160.00 remains outstanding within 30 days from the date of this email. In the event that neither a valid nomination nor payment is made within this time-frame our Client may elect to issue legal proceedings without further notice.
  4. Hi there, It's been a long time, but finally got a new letter from them! I thought they'd given up but apparently one last try.. https://ibb.co/7j7HjHR Thanks
  5. Hi All, Had the further correspondence. Should I keep ignoring? Thanks evidence 2.pdf
  6. Yeah, the issue is that everyone gets 1 space in the inside car park, and then there is a tiny visitor car park. All the people parking on the main road are having issues such as break ins, cars keyed, general damage etc. So the choice if you have 2 cars in a house hold, is either risk it on the main road, or park on the estate and take a ticket. I did see a girl today who must have 50+ tickets and she just said she's never paid a single one, and more people are starting to ignore them!
  7. Yes, it's there. It is a huge development, but i think the service company are trying to extort as much money as possible, there's no reason to allow no parking at all as the roads are more than wide enough.
  8. Ha yeah, kind of thought that. They seem clueless, and I also hate their little scheme where someone can use an app to take pics for them.. So what's the best foot forward?
  9. Thanks for the reply. Croxley road is in the development, the whole development is Nash Mills Wharf or The Embankment, it's pretty confusing! Croxley road, Apsley, brings it up in Google, and the estate is all above the 'red lion lane' and on the left of 'lower road'
  10. Hi all, Please see the other information attached. The sign near where car was parked is the same sign that is in the other PDF further up the thread. Further evidence.pdf
  11. Thanks for your fast response. I've attached the image of the demand letter: Also attaching an image of the sign: The flat entrance is around 10-15 yards away on the other side of the road. The parking sign is around 5/6 yards back from the car, but at night you can't really see anything as it's dark round here and they have no lighting on the sign at all. The land is owned by the developer, and managed by a service company called Chamonix Estates. I also have no issue sending a hard letter! Answers also below: For a windscreen ticket (Notice To Driver) please answer the following questions.... 1 The date of infringement? 3rd July 03:25 AM 2 Have you yet appealed to the parking company yet? No If you haven't appealed yet - ,......... have you received a Notice To Keeper? (NTK) [must be received by you between 29-56 days]. I’ve received a Formal demand. what date is on it: 7th August Did the NTK provide photographic evidence? Yes – although the images aren’t that clear. 3 Did the NTK mention Schedule 4 of the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 (PoFA) - Yes 5 Who is the parking company? UK CPM 6. where exactly [Carpark name and town] did you park? Nash Mills Wharf, it’s a private road on our estate. There isn’t enough parking provided by the developer so cars are parked all over the main streets as well as along that road my wife parked on. Let me know if you need anything else?
  12. Hi there, My wife parked on the road outside of our building, it was late at night and she's heavily pregnant. Someone gave us a charge notice at 3AM in the morning, clearly nothing better to do.. They've sent us the images including the car, number plate, and parking conditions. You can only actually see the conditions as they've used a flash camera and they aren't clearly signed at night anyways.. They don't own the land, and I'm not even sure why they're even here. I've read lots of the posts before about best practice, but can't seem to find the template letter/email to send them. Should I even bother replying or just bin all the letters, I think the images alone show that they've not signed the road correctly... Thanks for any help/advice. The ticket was also received on 3rd of July, and they mailed me on the 7th August.
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