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  1. There is an electrically operated gate across the entrance to the development which can be opened via a key pad on the outside or a button on the inside. There's also an emergency release lever for if (when) the gate fails. The management company have put a padlock on the emergency release lever so it can't be used. Their argument is that it's use may cause damage to the gate, which supposedly will only fail in an open position unless there's a power cut. As a result, when the gate failed whilst closed on Saturday night one resident was trapped outside and had to book into an hotel and ev
  2. I just thought i would run this by the good people on this forum as someone may know the answer to my question If the local council don't own the car park or the land, such as a shopping type centre (can't recall the proper name ) where the local council made it a condition that they would have the right to operate their pay & display parking and enforcement during the planning permission stages In such a situation do the council have the same authority to enforce their parking charges if they issue a PCN or invoice, as it's a private car park, has anyone ever taken this to a cour
  3. Does a local authority providing a pay and display car park, have to abide by consumer law with regard to signs displaying conditions and regulations ?..A car park in Chester has no sign at entrance, The pay and display machine lists 6 contraventions that "may" incurr a penalty, then states ring 0300.......... for a full list of terms and conditions.
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