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Gov't minister looking for responses to proposed ban on PPC wheelclamping


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Here is a link to newspaper article and blog from Lynne Featherstone MP who is the gov't minister in the Home Office proposing a ban on wheelclamping.

 

http://www.lynnefeatherstone.org/2010/08/wheel-clamping-continued.htm#comments

 

She is requesting comments.

 

I have already referred her to this forum and Pepipoo.com.

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But what to do about the owners of private land? Of course – there has to be something to take the place of wheel clamping – some deterrent to prohibit people from parking on private property. Landowners have an absolute right to protect their land from people parking on it. So – in Scotland private landowners either protected that land by a barrier method or switched to ticketing.

 

Ticketing is highly regulated and consumer protection legislation already applies. There is already an independent appeals process in place – and it is a good and proportionate deterrent.

 

She needs some urgent education.

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