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  1. Just succeeded in getting my Parking Charge Notice cancelled - in the end without having to appeal to IAS... I had paid the correct parking fee but made an error in typing in my vehicle reg. I was grateful not to have to use IAS a) because most forum members think it a waste of time anyway and doomed to failure b) because I didn't want to do an appeal online (slow pc/hangs/freezes/slow internet) I could not find any contact details, email, phone, address for IAS - the contact button takes you a registration page - which I eventually filled in but still failed in register
  2. My sis in law has just received a PCN in the post. The cahrge is the usual £100 reduced to £60 if paid within 14 days. At the bottom of the letter it has the IPC logo but on the signs they still display the BPA logo. The signage in the piece of land where she parked consists of 3 A0 sized signs fixed to the wall of the building in front, there is no entrance sign. The other potential problem is that the PCN is addressed to her late husband who has only recently been buried. Does anybody have any suggestions of where to go from here..... Than
  3. What would the purpose of this name change be I wonder... ? http://www.theipc.info/home The IPC Ltd is now actually UNITED TRADE AND INDUSTRY LIMITED https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/08248531
  4. Hi, Had this letter coming through the door end of May from Parking Control Management for parking on double yellow on a private land in East London (Gallions Approach). The appeal deadline of 14 days expires tomorrow. So much conflicting advice: Ignore v Respond. Which one then? It appears that this is not a Fine but an Invoice which enforcing company have to be authorised by the landowner to issue in the first place by what can i gather from reading around. Help is appreciated very much especially as i have to make up my mind what to do by end of business to
  5. After a quick search I can't seem to find much out about; Solution Labs Ltd http://www.theipc.info/#!aos-members/cv75 Just curious...
  6. Well here we are folks, things are currently changing and the solution on how to deal with IPC windscreen tickets is here. Currently not needed for BPA windscreen tickets but the solution to the problem is here and it is now time for everyone to embrace it. No longer can the advice on any forum be to "wait for the NTK". This advice is a dead duck. The Problem The way IPC companies construct their signs (and the way in which the IPC operate their appeals process means its night on impossible to beat them at the IPC bar the obvious slam dunk reason (which are
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