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Hi, can someone please help me.

 

Today, I received a PCN in the post for £100 (£60 if paid within 14 days).

 

The PCN states that I over stayed in my local supermarket car park.

 

The fine states the the car park is "private land" and the enforcement company is not a council

but a LTD company (not sure if I am allowed to name on here) but

 

where do I stand?

 

Should I pay it?

 

Any advice is greatly appreciated.

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99% it will not be a PENALTY CHARGE NOTICE if you were on private land

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99% it will not be a PENALTY CHARGE NOTICE if you were on private land

 

 

 

Thank you for your reply.

 

 

Company: Parking eye car park managemant

where: Morrisons car park, London

Issued: 22/05/2014

Date of event: 16/05/2014

Received in post: 27/05/2014 (today)

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how long did the signage say you canstay withour incurring a charge? Morrisons down south are normally ex-safeways and they used to have 3 hours free parking so most likely a planning order for that. If less time then that will be something to look into.

Other ways of defeating so read the parking eye threads to see what you should do.

Always respond as the keeper of the vehicle in case they get the procedures wrong.

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So what, doesnt prove your vehicle was parked that long. Where is the store? I will phone up the council planning dept and ask them what was said when the building went up.

Plenty of ways of beating this claim.

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You appeal to PE as registered keeper stating that you are not liable for this charge. No loss has occurred by the the driver spending money in Morrissons.

If you have a receipt, then enclose a copy.

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I no longer have my receipt as this occurred nearly 2 weeks ago (will that be a problem), I only received the notice today.....

 

 

No problem.

You appeal to PE as registered keeper stating that you are not liable for this charge. No loss has occurred by the the driver spending money in Morrissons.

Please cancel this charge forthwith or issue a validation code for the independent appeals service POPLA.

I am under no obligation to name the driver of the vehicle.

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Southwark planning enquires have archived the paperwork for the store so you will have to search on their office computer in person at Tooley St. I bet that it was 3 hours free parking as that was the norm at the time.

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  • 2 weeks later...

I received 2 replies to my letter:

 

 

Letter one: 7 page letter entitled "pre-estimate of loss and commercial justification

Letter two: stating that I have 14 days to submit the details of the driver as I have declined to offer this information

 

 

What do I reply to this please?

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tou dont, it is just waffle to try and persuade you that they have a case, which isnt true as they well know by the fact that they lose every appeal based upon schedule of loss or genuine pre-estimate of loss. You are lucky, they used to send out 43 page long documents.

As for naming the driver, the opportunity was already there but you declined. The reason they ask again is because they actually have a chance of pursuing the driver without resorting to following the BPA code or POPLA so they are trying to trick you into naming them.

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Read this thread and associated link from labrat;

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?426393-Parking-Eye-2nd-letter-reply-help(1-Viewing)-nbsp

 

PE have to give you a POPLA code before they can do anything else.

 

They stall on doing this because with the correctly worded appeal to POPLA, they are forced to cancel the parking charge notice.

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Ok, so I just ignore this until I receive further correspondence, then come back here?

 

You can do as you have appealed with all you need to say.

 

Or you can follow post #20 if you wish to be proactive.

 

As said before, PE can take it no futher legally without issuing a validation code for POPLA...

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I requested the POPLA code in the first instance but they have simply ignored this and sent a load of waffle. If I ignore it now, would this be suffice to win any case? as they have clearly ignored my request....

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I requested the POPLA code in the first instance but they have simply ignored this and sent a load of waffle. If I ignore it now, would this be suffice to win any case? as they have clearly ignored my request....

 

Refer back to post #20...

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