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  1. 27060/APP/2003/1105 looks to be the original planning application for the whole HA4 0LN site as it is today but there are no supporting docs on the portal. None of the subsequent planning applications, which do have supporting docs, mention anything about PPC signage or parking restrictions. Placement of the entrance sign could be construed as applying to the whole HA4 0LN site, shops and showroom, which then might mean the car park itself doesn't have an entrance sign. There are 5 signs inside the car park but only the one nearest the entrance has an additional privac
  2. nightnajjers, you may want to remove, edit and reupload your NTK, you've left ref and registration details on.
  3. Brassnecked, thank you for the feedback and Juntas gave me a chuckle. I've amended the pdf to include birdseye view of site and proximity of the dealership/forecourt visited. VCS Brook retail, Ruislip Signage rev2.pdf VCS operative was sat in his car throughout arrival and departure so assumption would be they have video/photo of driver as there was nothing else in the as good as empty car park to occupy them. A SAR should confirm what they have but no plans to contact them for anything at this point.
  4. Hope everyone managed to have a good Christmas given the circumstances. Uploaded a pdf to show parking signage at the site. VCS Brook retail, Ruislip Signage.pdf Streetview of entrance to dealership/retail park from the main road. 1. Signage as seen from the road 2. Signage as posted on lampost in the car park 3. Approx. where keepers vehicle parked 4. Approx. where vcs vehicle/operative stationed Going by vs. Ibbotson, the VCS operative had a duty to mitigate their loss but chose not to.
  5. I don't have and never saw the physical windscreen PCN. Still confused why they didn't just leave it on. Except for that one photo on myparkingcharge site, I wouldn't know it even existed. I know Penalty Charge Notices are different but continuing to read around this whole thing, it seems wardens have the option of taking photo's for issuing a postal PenaltyCN within 14 days. Does the PPC have to issue a physical PCN if their operative is on the ground as for MNPR?
  6. dx, Gick, favourable outcome or not, it goes without saying but the giving of your time like this is very much appreciated. Btw, the car in the background of the last photo is the one I suspect VCS were working from. VCS Brook retail, Ruislip.pdf
  7. For a windscreen ticket (Notice To Driver) please answer the following questions.... 1 The date of infringement? 09/12/2020 2 Have you yet appealed to the parking company yet? [Y/N?] No 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? N/A please AS A PDFFILE ONLY ..post it up as well, suitably redacted. - follow the upload guide] If you haven't appealed yet - ,.........DONT ! seek adv
  8. NTK in the post this morning is the first I knew of a PCN from VCS. Wednesday morning, parked in one of the many empty spaces in the car park before going straight over to the car dealership. Dealership and retail park accessed via the same entrance from the road. A lap of the forecourt followed by a lap inside the dealer showroom itself, don't remember how long exactly probably 20mins or so, before jumping back in the car and driving off without a second thought. Did notice a chap parked a few spaces away when I arrived and still there as I left.
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