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ParkingEYE notice received for car park offering £10 per day parking** WON. PE didn't contest**

 

"Regency Car Park" in Swiss Cottage.*

 

I have successfully appealed against this*parking charge*at POPLA stage.parking eye*didn't even contest the appeal. Thanks everybody for guiding me through the initial stages. I never established a connection between Park-Here, Parking-Here, Regency Car Park, so only referred to them as another agent, and pointed out the confusion in my last appeal point. Everything else is pretty standard.*

 

1. No Keeper Liability

2. Ambiguous, inadequate and non-compliant signage Signage

3. No standing or authority to pursue charges, nor form contracts with drivers!

4. The Charge is not a genuine pre-estimate of loss.

5. Inadequate accuracy of ANPR camera!

6. Existence of two agents, two contradicting contracts, two different tariff rates and two different 'penalties' on one site.

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?459128-ParkingEYE-notice-received-for-car-park-offering-%A310-per-day-parking**-WON.-PE-didn-t-contest**

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The photographs supplied of the signs are not clearly visible*

therefore it is fair to assume that the appellant would not have been able to determine

the terms and conditions at the site.*

 

 

The operator provided a copy of what the signage says,*

but this is not sufficient for me to determine that this is what the signs at the site say.*

 

 

Section 18 of the British Parking Association (BPA) Code of Practice with particular reference to Section 18.3 states

“signs must be conspicuous and legible and written in intelligible language so that they are easy to read and understand”.

 

 

Based on the evidence provided it is not in compliance with the BPA Code of Practice,*

the burden of proof is on the operator to ensure that it gives sufficient, clear and concise evidence*

however, based on the information submitted it is not sufficient to determine.*

 

 

I am not satisfied that the operator has provided sufficient evidence of the signage at the site*

and as such I conclude that the PCN was issued incorrectly.*

Accordingly this appeal should be allowed.

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?456710-Park-Direct-UK-left-a-ticket-for-driver-displaying-blue-badge-**-APPEAL-WON-AT-POPLA-**

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Parking Eye - Holiday Inn

 

Had a meeting in the hotel and did not realise that it is now a pay car park. I was running a bit late so did not pay a lot of attention to the signs but will be back over the weekend to get the photos.

 

I have contacted the hotel who said that they would look into it as we spent over the minimum spend to get the parking for free however it was the people I met that paid.*

 

Cancelled by the principal.

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?460611-Parking-Eye-Holiday-Inn

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DecisionSuccessful

Assessor NameSamuel Connop

Assessor summary of operator case

The operator’s case is that the appellant had not paid for his time at the site.

 

Assessor summary of your case

The appellant’s case is that the lighting for the signage was insufficient, the small print is difficult to read, over grown plant obscured the signage, no illumination for the screen and pad and has questioned the landowner authority.

Assessor supporting rational for decision

While the appellant has raised more than one ground for appeal, my report will focus solely on land owner authority, as this supersedes the other aspects of the appeal. “Section 7 of the British Parking Association (BPA) code of practice requires Operators to own the land or to have written authority from the landowner to operate on the land.” As the Operator has failed to provide any sufficient evidence in response to this ground of appeal, it has failed to prove that it has the required authority to operate on the land in question. As such I have no requirements to take into consideration other points made by the appellant.

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?457304-Is-it-worth-the-POPLA-appeal-Parking-Eye-2X-PCN-s-**WON-BOTH**

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My son sold his car to a friend last April (14) and

 

 

received a couple of*parking eye*letters that he passed on to his friend for an alleged offence that took place in December 14.

 

 

He then wrote to DVLA saying he didn't think they had received the transfer notice.*

This was acknowledged by DVLA but only in February this year.

 

Today (18/3/15) my son received the attached Claim from*parking eye*= £ 175.00.*

 

 

My son's not responded to the letters he's just passed them on,

any advice on how he should proceed would be much appreciated.

 

 

 

 

Finally, it went to court - they didn't turn up, they sent a letter the next day saying we had settled and they were dropping the case - news to me, didn't pay a penny apart from the*contribution*o this site - good job guys, and thanks again..

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?443030-Parking-Eye-Claim-Form-Received-help-please!-**-WON-**

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