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My partners car was stationary in a car park on 06/01/2017. There is a fee payable of 50p for 1 hours parking. The driver of the car went to the machine, realised they didn't have change for it, and returned to the car. The car left. The Reg keeper wasn't driving. When they got back to the car, a plastic envelope with a piece of printed cardboard was inside with the name MyParkingCharge.co.uk on. It has a serial number on it and a date only, hand written. It has no offence date, time, day, location, penalty details, appeal details or registration number of the car. As far as I can see, reading the rules - PoFA 2012, this is an invalid NTD. The date on this card was 06/01/2017. On 19/01/2017 my partner as the Reg Keeper, has received a Notice to Keeper (NTK) letter from Excel Parking. This has all the day, date, time, location car registration and contravention details. The issue date of the NTK is 13/01/2017, but was only received on 19/01/2017. The NTK doesn't mention PoFA act. It states the appeal services is IAS, and Excel are a member of the International Parking Community - IPC. The NTK has no ANPR information or pictures of the car or contravention. I am composing an email to DVLA for the intentional abuse of the PoFA rules Excel and the DVLAs breach. As the NTD is flawed (in my opinion) approaching DVLA is improper and the issuing of the NTK within 28 days means the Reg Keeper is not liable, only the driver. Any thought for suggestion on how to proceed would be gratefully received. NOTE. There is no ANPR on this car Park.
Hi Guys, posting for a friend who needs more than my advice to be reassured what to do, she is on the verge of paying these people! Windscreen ticket in a marked bay for council flats, marked bay was allocated to the resident who was in the car, google nosey neighbour doesn't show the flat's car park as it's gated. The driver was giving the resident a lift home with a baby and helped them into the flat and came out to a PCN, there doesn't seem to be a 'from' and 'to' parking time and the driver says she was only there long enough to drop the baby and shopping off and come out, so possibly over 10 minutes. I have scans of the NTD and NTK in a word document with pictures of the car in the bay and the signage which is too high to see from a car, but I cannot make them into a PDF as I do not have the software or the know how and my PC is on it's last legs so I can't download any new programs. Happy to PM the word doc to anyone willing to help, but it's not redacted either so I will trust you! I suggested doing an appeal that the driver was parked in a marked bay allocated to the resident with the resident's permission which trumps any agreement they may think they have. Advice please guys? 1 Date of the infringement: 01/11/2018 2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date]: posting date 03/12/2018 notice date 05/12/2018 3 Date received : 05/12/2018 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [y/n?] Y 5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event?: yes - photos on www.paymypcn-uk.co.uk 6 Have you appealed? no - need some advice from you guys 7 Who is the parking company?: Parking Control Management (UK) Ltd, SL1 2XF 8. Where exactly?: Capstan Drive RM13 Google maps doesn't show the car park for the flats, car was parked in allocated bay for the flat it was visiting I managed to find someone under the age of 30 to do the PDF conversion on their laptop, please see attached for all the NTD, NTK and other info PCN info for CAG 01_11_2018_01.pdf
Hi i'm new to this site.. My friend received a PCN from smart parking for £70 on his car yesterday on his University Campus. The University is free parking at all times with a parking permit. Without a permit you can park from 4:30pm to 9am. You may also may load or unload your car 9am-4:30pm when you usually need a permit. Me and my friend had just been to Tesco and done a big shop. Parking off campus is a nightmare and long walk so he just parked on campus while we unloaded our shopping. When we finished unloading and came back to the car there was a parking ticket on it. We saw the security guard who issued the ticket and he said "oh sorry, its too late to cancel it now for you, you need to talk to smart parking and i'm sure they will be sympathetic and let you off" (i bed to differ) When opening the parking ticket i noticed that it has a spelling mistake (not sure if this makes a difference?), seems to be missing some of the information (is there specific information that must be vacant on the ticket?) and also the University is called "St marys university" but on the ticket its says location is " st marys university college " which is a university in belfast and this one is in london! (also not sure if this makes a difference? ) I have read various other forums and posts stating that they can only charge me for actual losses and since its private land and and free parking where does £70 fit in to that? Should my friend ignore the PCN and await to see if they sent a notice within 14 days ? Or should he set about to write up an appeal stating various arguments ? I have read the following letter sent to them about a PCN should my friend follow the points in this? How strong are they? (it wouldnt let me post a link but its title is "Tcp / smart Parking - send cheque to apologise over speculative invoice debacle!!!! " Also one thing read that wasnt mentioned in that letter was asking for a POPLA code? Im unaware what this is? If someone could give some advice or a process best to follow to avoid this ridiculous charge that would be greatly appreciated ! Especially since students nower days dont have a spare £70 to cough up ! Thanks