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My wife got a ticket from Parking Eye for parking in a disabled bay, she is disabled and has a blue badge and her condition affects her memory which is why she forgets to display her badge.

 

She returned to her car to find a warden writing out a ticket which upon seeing her he hurriedly did and announced ‘there’.

 

He must have been the new boy because normally in this Ikea car park they don’t ticket her as her tax disc shows ‘NIL’ so they know is a Motability vehicle,

 

however this time we started getting the letters,

 

she got an ‘Appeal rejected’ letter which was strange and she hadn’t appealed, in fact she had made no contact with them at all!

 

Then she got ‘Notice to Owner’and a few others which were also ignored,

then she got one which said her appeal had been successful and the ticket had been cancelled, strange as we had yet to contact them.

 

She has forgotten to display her badge in council car parks and ended up with tickets which I appeal for her, and so far she has always been let off.

 

This brings us to this weekend when she again forgot to display her badge in Sainsbury’s,

as we walked to the shop I saw the warden watching us, we were in the shop 10-15 minutes but when we returned sure enough there was a ticket on the windscreen

but the warden was nowhere to be seen,

I took the envelope, tossed it into the air and since my wife wasn’t feeling well I drove home.

 

The ticket she got this weekend was from ‘Town & City’ so my question is can I ignore anyletters from these, as I did the ‘Parking Eye’ ones?

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Town and City are just another private parking company and can be ignored. Also, you must be aware that the blue-badge scheme does no apply in private car-parks. So no statute law has been broken by your wife. She is registered disabled, she parked in a disabled spot so she has done nothing wrong.

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any markings for bays in private car parks are purely graffitti!

 

they have no statute in law.

 

the same goes with blue badges sadly - they mean nothing in a private carpark.

 

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The only thing I would say is why didnt you go back and put the badge in the window when you were in Sainsburys, its not hard and would save a lot of hassle and a few trees as they wouldnt have to write to you?

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Well we were only in the store for 10-15 minutes and like I said she forgot!

I hold these people in contempt having had parking eye making rude and flippant comments to my wife, as has already been stated by others, the blue badge scheme doesn't apply in a private car park so it doesn't really matter whether she displays it or not.

All I wanted to know is if it's ok to ignore these like I did parking eye, and the helpful comments made on here have confirmed that it is.

If they want to cut down a forrest so they can send me nonsense then that's their problem.

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