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  1. Really shocked to receive a PCN today. I don't know the area and was turning left out of Leyton Road to join Temple Mill Lane. I never saw the no entry signs. I don't think they are at the right angle for motorists from my direction. I've done a bit of research on the internet as I don't live near there and can see there was a no left turn sign in advance of the junction, but I must have missed this... shouldn't there be a no left turn sign at the junction with Leyton Road and Temple Mill Lane? I'm normally observant. I don't know why I didn't see these signs, the no entry looks so clear in the criminalising photos, but I do think they're a the wrong angle. Shall I write? I only have 14 days.. . Any help much appreciated. Thanks
  2. Evening, What a quality football! Got a PCN from Newham council / Temple Mill Lane for 'disobeying no entry restriction' (no entry sign). Never happened to me before! Here is the situation: 1) It's a regular two way street with sudden 'no entry' signs for BUSSES AND CYCLES ONLY (pls see attachment from google maps) 2) The driver driven past the sign for about 7-8 meters BUT then put on reverse gear when it was safe to do so and driven back 3) Upon driving backwards the driver noticed an unmarked vehicle parked on double yellow lines with a camera and a grumpy person inside; obviously filming. 4) Got a PCN. Put together a long appeal and got REJECTION as follows: 1) DRIVER: As can be seen on the video, the driver pulled back when it was safe to do so and to prevent any potential accidents. COUNCIL: We sent you a PCN because our camera evidence shows your vehicle disobeying a 'no entry' restriction. The relevant sign is round, red, and has a horizontal white line across it. 2) DRIVER: There is no prior warning and thus a very strange layout when suddenly the street terminates with 'no entry' signs. COUNCIL: Whilst it is appreciated that sometimes coming up to a no entry restriction can seem sudden to a motorist especially if unfamiliar with the road, it is very clean in this instance that you had lots of time and space to turn around with no other vehicles in site at the time. 3) DRIVER: No safe way to reverse: two way street, cycle lane, busses, and traffic emerging from a car park. Hazardous traffic. COUNCIL: I note you stated there was hazardous traffic, but it should be stated that this does not mean that a motorist can drive through a no entry restriction 4) DRIVER: As per freedom of information act, requested a brakedown on much money they make on that spot, arguing that they prefer to keep it that way to make money rather than put a proper layout in place. COUNCIL: Please direct such requests to the information governance team using the details xxx.... 5) DRIVER: Enforcement officer has been parked on a double yellow line in an unmarked vehicle: does this mean any motorist can park on double yellow lines in the borough? COUNCIL: I note you have stated that the enforcement officers car was parked inappropriately. Please not that whilst our enforcement officers do their best to make sure that there are not causing any inconvenience to others, it can be difficult at times to achieve this to the maximum. However please be assured that our enforcement officers always do their best to avoid any inconvenience whilst enforcing. I disagree with these answers: clearly council is making money here and is not interested in putting things right. And clearly they do this by compromising safety of drivers/pedestrians/cyclists and ignoring the normal rules (unmarked camera vans parked on double yellow lines). Do you think I have good chances of appealing to Parking Adjudicator? How do you suggest to do this? Many thanks PS. On the google screenshot attached another driver is caught with the same 'offence', they are making millions there!!!
  3. Hi All. Looking for a bit of help and direction here On the 16th September i had a letter from Mil Collections Saying debt purchased Letter before action The letter was very vague and and The registration plate was for a car i had previously owned So i wanted to know more about the alleged debt as i didnt remember getting a parking fine i wrote back and asked for more information ie copy of the ticket dates times Pictures if any. I sent it recorded delivery and heard nothing back till i received a county court letter The court letter had more information about the claim. When i looked at it i realised that it wasnt me that was driving the vehicle at the time but a family member who was using the car whilst buying it off me paying me instalments monthly which is why the car was still in my name at that time of the alleged offence. i never sent log book until all the payments had been paid off. I have now received another letter from court with a hearing date etc at my local county court Ive been looking around the web and have read up on Mil and looked at cases that they have taken to court and lost Im not 100% sure how to attack this. Should i send Mil a part 18 Request and ask for all the relevant information ie The original deed of assignment • A copy of the notice to driver • A copy of the notice to keeper • Photos of the Alleged vehicle causing the alleged offence • A letter from the DVLA giving permission to use my data And hope it puts a spanner in their works or just go to court and see if i can get them to throw it out due to Mil ignoring my letter for more info? Has anyone here had any experience with Mil?
  4. Still displaying a notice stating "Fines" for overstaying a 3 hour parking in a free car park Seem to think despite advising them of this that they are in the right and its the landlords responsibility not theirs, anybody know email of CEO of Dunelm? or perhaps advise DVLA, Local Authority and Local Press?
  5. Noticed today a sign on local (Taunton) Dunelm mill door "if staying over three hours liable to a FINE This is a free car park for several shops, fair enough the 3 hour bit but a Fine? would have thought that was an illegal wording and anyway the park is free or am I being pedantic?
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