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  1. Has anyone established who owns the Adelphi car park and if P.E. have rights to apply penalty charges there?
  2. Sorry but not sure how to find correct forum?? I want to send a new thread regarding parking fines i received from Parking eye and Equita, here is my story. I received a letter on or their about's 27 September 2017 from Parking Eye. In the letter (see attached PDF) they explained I had been fined ref Asda Gravesend, I moved house to from Harlow Essex new address when moving to Gravesend i updated driving license but forgot to update my vehicle log book...( it is now been done) The letter from Parking Eye stated because of the mix up of DVLA addresses they would NOT charg
  3. Hello all I have had an ongoing issue with Parking Eye and them issuing 2 Parking Charge Notices for me parking in a hospital where I work. The car park is free for all to use but visitor and patient parking is limited to 4 hours, for one reason and another I occasionally park in visitor spaces but usually move my car before the 4 hours is up - but with ANPR technology I have been caught short a couple of times. I have been down the usual routes, appealed - rejected by Parking Eye with no reasons mentioned. appealed to POPLA, ignored my arguments and sai
  4. Have received in the post today a PCN from Parking Eye for over-staying in a car park at a retail park in Dewsbury. Details as follows: Date of the infringement: 31 August 2016 Date on the NTK: 6 September 2016 Date received: 10 September 2016 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? Yes Is there any photographic evidence of the event? The letter includes 2 time-stamped photos of my car registration plate entering and leaving the car park. Have you appealed? Not yet - wanted to get advice from here first. Have you had a respons
  5. I've recently received a standard Parking Charge Notice from parking eye for a car park visit 31 days after the visit which I paid for. The notice shows my entry and exit into the car park and the duration of just over 2 hours of parking. The circumstances are I paid for 3 hours of parking, I inputed my number plate into the machine, I assume in the correct format and dispayed my ticket in full view on the dash. After 25 days I disposed of the ticket as I assumed the need to retain had passed. I have registered an appeal and admited I was driving and disclosed all fa
  6. Parking Eye have cancelled/been obliged to cancel two 'tickets' for me so far. The first (an out of town shopping area car park) went through the full POPLA process, the second (Asda car park) was just cancelled by Parking Eye after I lodged an appeal to Parking Eye online. Here is the text I used (all gleaned from the CAG forums - thanks very much, everyone). I hope it helps someone. ********* INITIAL ONLINE APPEAL TEXT (both appeals) ************** Dear Sir or Madam re: PCN number XXXXXX/XXXXXX I have received your parking invoice impersonating a 'parking ticket'. It is clea
  7. I've just got a parking invoice from Parking Eye for parking in a paid carpark for 2 hrs 30 minutes. The car park was £1 for 2 hours in a Morrisons carpark, but it took 31 minutes to get parked , anyway just off to appeal this when I noticed something strange, the name of the invoice is missing the last letters of my name, ie instead of "Annie Barbara Clarke" it says "Annie Barbara Clar", am I obliged to respond to this or is there a better way to handle this ? As a side note, there was no parking ticket issued by any parking attendants, so I am not sure how this can be enforced ?
  8. parking eye have sent this to a female serving soldier who who has returned home for christmas to their letters. basis of it several people have access to the vehicle with her permission. several people have access to the vehicle. no one is admitting to driving at the time. looking at the letter i can not see what the breach was. her problem is 2 days after Christmas she will return to her regiment and not return home until early march which is worrying her that they will get a judgement by default http://s1176.photobucket.com/user/queensclose/media/Mobile%20Uploads/img120_zps
  9. Hi, New to the forums and sorry if there's stuff on this elsewhere but most advice seems to be for those who've overstayed in a retail/supermarket car park etc. but my case is a little different. I first received a letter from Parking Eye dated 24/10/12 (yes, almost a year ago now!). I was going to pick up my friend who lives in some high rise flats close to a city centre. I didn't know the area and couldn't find anywhere close to park that wasn't double yellow lines. It was approx. 6:30pm and dark at this point and as I was only collecting her, drove into a small carpark close by to
  10. Just to let anyone who wants to know that I have just received via email the result of my POPLA appeal against a parking fine issued at Charnock Richard Services on the M6. I won!!! they upheld my appeal. Don't know how else I can help people, still have copy of my defence statement and have copy of there decision but not sure how to upload for all to see and use if they want. Think I may have sussed the attachment feature will try to upload the docs.
  11. Hi I've just received a parking charge notice from Parking Eye for Grasmere carpark. I paid for 3 hours but our walk took a bit longer than we thought and I didoverstay by about 2 more hours - my fault. They want £100, discounted to £60 for quick payment. Having read various threads I'm unsure whether it's best to: 1. Ignore, or 2. Appeal, first to PE and then POPLA. As I live a long way from Grasmere I can't go back to check the validity ofthe signs, and I acknowledge I did overstay. So - what's my best course of action? Thanks in anticipation
  12. Good Morning,I have just received a 'Parking Charge Notice' from Parking Eye for overstaying at a free car park by 35 minutes (the allowed period is 2 hours). Teh charge amount is for £100, reduced to £60 if paid with 14 days of the notice. I think that is mad for overstaying by 35 minutes on a sunday, the car park was not even half full.The retail park where we parked contains 2 large shops, and 2 hours is a bit tight to get round them without rushing. Also we have 3 young children (all under 4 yrs old), one of whom needed breastfeeding whilst we were there. This just made getting back w
  13. I recieved a letter at my address in December 2012 of a company called parking eye and a fine of 60 pound sayin on November the 1st at ****** I drove into the car park and my total stay was for 2 hours and 18 minutes and I'm only allowed 2 hours. and it had two pics one off my car driving in and out! No face is clearly visible, after reading many forums I decided to ignore it. In January I recieved another letter saying I now owe 100 pound. I was a bit nervous but decided to ignore it. we're now in April and I have now recieved a letter from debt recovery pl
  14. Hi all, I didn’t post my situation here but did follow the advice and ignored a Parking Eye notice; I received the expected two letters and since have heard nothing. So firstly thanks to CAG My Query The next time I was back at the services, I checked the signage and it warns that non-payment may result in your car being clamped at that service station or other Parking Eye managed service stations. How likely is that? Secondly I yesterday found that my local ASDA is managed by Parking Eye so became even so worried that clampers might turn up there? Any experienc
  15. Hi, i received a parking charge notice from Parking Eye when i pulled in to a Thistle Hotel staff car park whilst on holiday in Poole. There were signs stating it was a staff car park, but didn't see reference to Parking Eye and even if i had, i wouldn't have known who they were as i've never hard a notice like this before. Stupidly, i neglected to google this and went ahead and 'appealed' to Parking Eye by email, basically admitting that i was the driver and only pulled in to the car park because my 2 year old was poorly in the back of the car and we needed to sort him out. We didn't get out
  16. 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
  17. Hi Forum, Firstly, thanks for all the help, even though I only just joined properly, I’ve been taking advice for a while from here, so thanks. I have had several letters from Parking Eye regarding their Parking Charge Notice. I ignored them all, until the last one, stating I had to pay their full amount of £70 and another £70 on top of that if not paid by yesterday, which I didn't pay of course. I wrote using snippets from other letters posted on forums, including: “You appear to claim that I, as the keeper, am legally responsible for this alleged debt/charge.
  18. My wife parked in the Priory Fields Retail Park in Taunton which is isolated from the town centre. She spent 3 hours 26 minutes shopping only at that retail centre and had not realised there was a limit of 3 hours. I find it highly unlikely that this would stand up in court as we can prove by receipts that she never left the retail park. ParkingEye have clearly been employed to catch out people who just use the car park. My wife is considering writing a letter of appeal to them but I feel that we should write and tell them that we will not be paying as we can prove she
  19. Hi - Grateful for help - am new at this game. We got a Parking Eye PCN for parking next to a Newquay Beach in foul weather amd just ate our sandwiches before moving on after 20 mins. 2 questions - 1. is it legal to charge if you don't leave the car. 2. Is it worth just ignoring letters from this company? I have attached a scan of the ticket. Regards Jeff
  20. I have received a few PCNs from Parking Eye for the same car park. I have always ignored correspondence from them. If I continue to park at this place will they eventually try to take some further action against me?
  21. Hey guys, Just curious if anyone else has posted their dealings with Parking Eye online and recently had a "take down" request issued to them (possibly via web hosts)? I have, as have the moderators of the PePiPoo consumer rights bulletin board. Apparently reporting the methods Parking Eye use to get money out of people is "defamation". Unfortunately it means I have to pull one of my blog posts down by Monday or my entire site will be removed by my hosts. The legal seagulls involved are a company called M Law. I have a feeling Parking Eye are running frightened from the bad publ
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