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  1. Good Evening, I have been following some other advice on some of the other threads but it has come to the point where I need some extra help. Here is the story thus far... I am away at university in London and have been since the beginning of 2012 (February). Whilst away from home i have only been in temporary accommodation and have not changed my log book over to any term time addresses I have had. I can still receive post at my permanent address (Birmingham) albeit every 2-3mths when I return home or when my parents send a bulk package of letters to me. In March I woke up (in
  2. 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
  3. Last year my friend and I parked in a what we thought was a parking bay only to find the car had been clamped and towed away because it was private land. The only problem is it happended last year and I did send an appeal letter but it was obviously a waste of time. After reading some of the posts about the same firm I find myself becoming increasingly annoyed at being charged so much. Does anyone know if there is a time limit on taking action? It happened last november but back then wasn't sure if we had any grounds to take it any further.
  4. Hey there Need help... How does this sound: FORMAL COMPLAINT I am writing to appeal against my recent ludicrous fine of £395.00 to get my car released from the CES compound. Firstly, there is not adequate warning in the private car park that the car will be towed away if it is left there. The signs that I find actually look more like Neighbour Hood Watch signs. Secondly, the car was presumably ticketed, then clamped before it was towed. So why was I not given warning before it was towed away? Thirdly, the amount charged is the same figure that may be charged for a very
  5. On Monday 6th Sept 2010, 7.10 pm I parked on a single yellow line in Charlotte Road round the corner from The Tram Shed Theatre, Shoreditch. I went back at 10,30 and my car was gone. Cut a long story short it had been towed away to Hackney pound. £260 release fee. Yes two hundred and sixty pounds! Unbelievable. And so inconsiderate and uncharitable.Pouring with rain, no tubes ( on strike) and I had to go back to Edmonton to collect my photo licence then go all the way back to Hackney again. I eventually got home at 3.00am. Digraceful on all accounts. Excessive release fee, unclear signs and no
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