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  1. As far as I'm aware (as I can't find anything online) the Scottish Government hasn't issued any guidelines to go with the Act yet.
  2. I enquired about Sec 95 of the Transport Bill with a friend who is a lawyer last year, and was told that part of the Bill hadn't been enacted at the time.
  3. Although I will be submitting another request as DVLA haven't stated when they responded to VCS with the information. 18th was a Friday, VCS say they posted the letter on Mon 21th. Seeing how this SAR has taken this long, I doubt the DVLA went all out to clear the request over the weekend, but we'll see.
  4. SAR returned by letter from DVLA (so the above email does work). VCS Ltd being the enquirer. Date of request 18//09/2020. Date of event 04/09/2020
  5. It seems the email address for a SAR to the DVLA in the sticky is out of date. I submitted one using that email and received a reply saying that it was incorrect and that I should send it to [email protected] Having used the new email I received a standard automated reply of acknowledgement.
  6. Just an update to this, I received a letter (Demand for payment before Court Action) from a solicitors in Glasgow. They state they've been instructed to raise sheriff court proceedings if the payment (£100 PCN plus £60 debt recovery fee) is not paid in 7 days from the latter date. Funnily enough, they used the Carly Mackie case as a reference. Is this the time for a snotty letter?
  7. Thanks for all those points lookinforinfo Although I can assure you I am not worried. Just checking if there'd been any update on the Registered Keeper thing. I look forward to reading their letters and filing them for posterity. Apologies dx100uk The sign images were just an afterthought in case they may be useful.
  8. Just in case it helps you/anyone. This is the sign at the entrance. And this is the one at the ticket machine
  9. Thanks dx100uk I had a read over those threads, but just wanted to check to the Registered Keeper bit as I know they can bring bits of an Act in and not all of it. Many thanks for your help. Cheers
  10. For course dx100uk, here you go For PCN's received through the post [ANPR camera capture] (must be received within 14 days from the Incident) please answer the following questions. 1 Date of the infringement 04/09/2020 2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date] 21/09/2020 [scan up BOTHSIDES as ONE PDF- follow the upload guide] 3 Date received 01/10/2020 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [Y/N?] No 5
  11. Thanks FTMDave I've not replied to them at all, as I've just received the PCN in the post. I have already photographed the sign at the entrance which says Excel and the one at the ticket machine that says you, the driver, agree to entering a contract with VCS (although there is an Excel logo on it as well) Apologies the post code for the car park is KY1 1NY in Kirkcaldy
  12. Good morning Before I ignore the letter and await the raft of future letters, can I just ask, if in light of the Transport (Scotland) Bill 2019, is there still no requirement for the Registered Keeper to identify the driver? Other things where I believe VCS Ltd haven't helped themselves are: Date of contravention was early Sep, they issued it mid Sep and I as the Registered Keeper received it 01 Oct. Longer than 14 days from date of contravention to issue date and definitely longer than 14 days from contravention to the NTK letter.
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