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  1. yes, its an attendant's photo of front and back of my vehicle with nothing attached to the windscreen.
  2. The photo shows my vehicle parked in the car park, not entering or leaving. The letter was also sent to my home address which the company obtained from dvla. Again, I’m unsure how any charge / penalty can be enforced if there isn’t any signage at the entrance barrier to the car park.
  3. Thank you, apologies I misunderstood... Date of the infringement 18 June 2017 2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date] 29 June 2017 3 Date received 30 June 2017 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [y/n?] No 5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event? yes. 6 Have you appealed? {y/n?] post up your appeal] yes. Have you had a response? [Y/N?] post it up. Declined by IAS- Im a member at the gym and produced a copy of my attendance log which showed me using the gym on the day of the incident. IAS decided that as there wasn't any time stated on the gym log, they found in favour of the car park company. I cant post this as it was done online and the matter no longer appears on the IAS site. 7 Who is the parking company? CPM, UK Car Park Management. 8. Where exactly Village Hotel & Gym, Bournemouth. As previously asked, if there isn't any signage at the car park entrance, is this enforceable as ive looked at the guidelines online and they say a notice should be posted at the car park entrance. Thanks
  4. Ive received a letter before claim from Gladstones who are instructed to commence legal action for recovery of £160 which relates to a parking charge. The land is a gym car park and whilst there are signs identifying CPM involvement, these are hidden behind trees and there isn't any sign at the barrier entrance, as there are at other car parks in the area. My question is, given the lack of any signage at the barrier, is the charge legally enforceable?
  5. Ive received a letter before action from Gladstones re an alleged parking violation on private land there aren't any signs at the entrance barrier stating the land is private and subject to a fine for illegal parking. Although there are some within the car park, these are placed in such a way that tree branches etc obscure them. Is the alleged violation enforceable if there weren't any noticed placed at the barrier entrance to the car park? Thank you.
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