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Hi, My girlfriend works at Arvato, Swansea. She received a 'Notice to Keeper' dated 10/5/18, claiming she failed to display her permit on 3/5/18. Claiming £100, reduced to £60 if paid within 14 days. She has a permit to park in the area in question (Arvato (103), Sandringham Park, Swansea, SA70EA. She can't recall not displaying it on the day. Normally displays it every day. The photos provided by Millenium don't show the left hand corner of the windscreen, so I'm not sure they are valid evidence? She appealed to Millenium, with photos of her valid pass, but they've turned it down on 12/6/18. I'm a little worried about that, as I thought we had more time to appeal to the IAS, Reading it now, it appears we only had 21 days, which would be 2 days ago. Thanks in advance, Joe
Hi, hoping someone can help me with this. The driver of the vehicle received a PCN on their windscreen. MPS want £100 or £60 within 14 days. This is extortionate and completely unreasonable for the following reasons: - There are NO signs upon entering the car park stating there is restricted parking - The private land apparently belongs to a company called "Atlantic Cladding" which is joined onto a building called "Simply Gym" where the driver was training - The PCN was issued at 06:13AM. Atlantic Cladding does not open until 8AM resulting in no loss of earnings or obstruction to their business - Having re-visited the premises in daylight, there are two signs either side of Atlantic Cladding stating that the area is under 24 hour management and is for Atlantic Cladding customers only. These are not visible at 6AM as there is no lighting surrounding the signs - I have since learned there is a private car park for Atlantic, one for Simply Gym and a public land parking area. There are no clear instruction or signs to differentiate between these 3 areas I have attached photos to support my argument. The red car in the photo is where the driver was parked. You can see the sign on the building in the background, there are no lights around it. The bollards you can see in the photo come up to the red car, after that it is all open so the areas are not really sectioned differently. 1 The date of infringement? 31/08/2018 2 Have you yet appealed to the parking company yet? [Y/N?] NO If you haven't appealed yet - ,......... have you received a Notice To Keeper? (NTK) [must be received by you between 29-56 days] what date is on it Did the NTK provide photographic evidence? NO NTK RECEIVED AS OF 10/2/2018 5 Who is the parking company? MILLENIUM PARKING SERVICE 6. where exactly [Carpark name and town] did you park? St Davids Road Industrial Estate, Enterprise Park, Swansea, Llansamlet, Swansea, SA6 8QL Please let me know what you think. Thanks in advance pix.pdf
Hi, I received a 'Notice to Keeper' dated 16th November regarding my vehicle being parked on a petrol forecourt on 9th October contravening the 'Exceeded Max Stay period'. I was recorded as parking there for 11 minutes - I was actually in the garage shopping. The notice states that a Parking Charge Notice was affixed to my windscreen but I never received it as it was not there on my return to the vehicle so the first I knew of it was when I received the NTK. I was advised to email an appeal but not giving information as to who the driver was which I did. I received a reply stating as I took over 21 days to appeal the appeal could not be accepted. Just looking for some advice as to what I should do next. Many Thanks