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  1. Just a brief overview.. I received a PCN from ES Parking Enforcement about 10 days ago. I attempted to make the payment a couple of days ago now, both by calling the number provided and on their website. It is saying that the number I have entered isn't recognised. They don't seem to make it easy to contact them, as they provide no email address (just an online form, which stated for business correspondence only. . and directs you elsewhere if you want to dispute the ticket - IAS? - but I don't want to appeal it I want the correct reference number!) I do
  2. The Department for Communities & Local Government today issued a Consultation Paper giving the public and businesses the opportunity to challenge yellow lines and unfair parking charges. The full details and the Consultation Paper are below: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/right-to-challenge-yellow-lines-and-unfair-parking-charges https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/348848/140830_-_Right_to_challenge_parking_paper_FINAL.pdf
  3. Hi all, Need help, I lived in a flat owned by Derwent Living who employed VCS parking to patrol the residential parking. I had recieved numerous parking tickets in the past whilst driving my mums car (often lose the permit), but ignored the tickets as I wasn't tresspassing and was parked in may own parking bay. Later on someone started parking in my space so I parked in an unofficial communial parking area well out the way of everyone else and causing no nusance. Then VCS came along and slapped a a wheel clamp on the car and then asked for £1600 wanting money for previous tickets, didn
  4. Hello everyone, I have been reading some other threads with interest, I have received a parking charge from UKPC stating I have been charge £90 for Parking in a permit space without displaying a valid permit, however I have the option to pay £60 if paid within 14 days. The other treads i've read show that others unfortunate enough to have received a charge, their options for paying early are half of the total charge, why do I get £60 on mine, and not £45? Thanks
  5. I was parked in my boyfriends allocated parking space in newton abbot, but recently without me knowing Premier Parking Solutions had put up signs and you had to display a permit, my boyfriend didn't tell me until I got issued with a charge of £75 if you pay within 7 days or £100, I appealed and sent in a photocopy of the permit but they said I had breached the conditions of the notice and still had to pay the charge. I'm a student and really cant afford to pay it and my boyfriend is on minimum wage and cant afford to pay it either. It says on their website that they en
  6. I have a residents permit for parking in my street. I was parked legally within the residents bays on my road with my permit clearly on display. My road is on the outskirts of a football ground and occasionally the police / council place yellow cones on the street when there is a match and we park elsewhere. Today when i left my house there were no cones and i left at 7am. When i returned home my car was gone!. i called the police and they stated they had towed my car because it was causing an obstruction!. They now say i have to pay for the towing and release of my o
  7. I have just received a so-called parking charge notice, complete with black-and-white checkered border, from Parking Eye for overstaying their limit of 90 min in the carpark of a local supermarket by 17 min. Their extortionate charge for those 17 minutes is £40 if paid within 2 weeks, £70 and escalating threafter. There is no charge for use of the carpark, though a limit of 90 min is stated on signage. How should Parking Eye's parking charge notice be dealt with? trappist
  8. Parking Eye (private car park operator) If the photographs on the parking charge notice PCN do not show the driver of the vehicle then there is no evidence of who the driver was. It is up to the company to discover this. You could telephone them on 01772 885800 - this is their office number not the automated one on the letter! The contract agreed upon entering the car park is between the Driver and Parking Eye. The Driver agrees to abide by the terms and conditions listed on the sign which must be legible, obvious and clean too. Any court claim would be Parking Eye v 'The Driver
  9. Hi, I received a private parking charge yesterday from a company called OPC and it had official stamp saying BPA approved operator. I had used a car park a couple of weeks before, one that I have used regularly for past 4 years, and is a free car park, and I had stayed for less than 20 minutes longer than the maximum stay. The letter confirms that they have photographic evidence of me entering and leaving the car park which proves that I had stayed over the maximum time. The PPC is for £100, £50 if I pay within 14 days. They state if I do not pay they will take me to court and I may have to pa
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