Firstly, I apologise because I realise there are other threads relating to this subject, but I am struggling to apply to my own situation.
Letter of claim received from NPS from a Parking Charge in 2016.
I appealed at the time through IAS on inadequate signage, but lost. When I actually looked at the evidence NPS gave in response, they had stated there were signs in places that there weren't. I have some photos of the site at the time which had one sign in the corner of the car park. New signs were then put up within months around the whole car park.
I paid for parking at a machine directly in front of the car park as it appeared this was for this car park.
I have all letters and the original parking ticket. I can upload all these when I can figure out how to do one PDF!
Should I respond with anything specific? I have read about the acknowledgement letter asking for further info not provided in the letter of claim or I am considering the "without predujice" offer of £60 because I don't want to end up at court!
What would people suggest?
Thank you for your input.
Yes I was the owner and driver when I committed the speeding offence (although haven’t seen the evidence yet as have no correspondence relating to the offence).
It’s more an issue of the DVLA not being informed of my new address - I tried but it looks like they didn’t receive it. I’m worried I could be prosecuted for not updating my address which I think may carry 6 points and a hefty fine if I am found guilty.
I want to clear my name for the offence of not identifying the driver but don’t want to make matters worse for myself and my family.?
Don't touch them owe me £500 since January 2019 make excuse after excuse. Seem they always have software problems sending money out. Keep saying they will call back or email nothing been chasing it now for 6 mths the phone staff always have the same banter we will chase it up and get back to you then nothing!