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5 tickets in 1 week (they are having a laugh) NCP

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Hello guys i wonder if you could help me.

I work at a hospital that has the misfortune of employing NCP to run the parking and have now retrieved 5 tickets (Monday to Friday) for parking in a parking bay near to the department that i work in.

I have now received 5 notice to keepers demanding £60 a time that's £300 ! for 5 days parking. i have checked the entrance to the site and there is no signs stating that it is pay and display car park or that parking is in any way restricted (the bay that i parked in did have short stay painted on the ground next to it but no indication of how long they consider short stay to be). having checked the other two entrances to the site (they are 3)only 1 which was not the one i used has any sort of signage stating that you must pay and display. any advice would be gratefully received.

thank you mark

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Looks like 5 separate appeals

 

That will cost them at POPLA when they reject your appeal to them

Do you not have a parking permit where are staff meant to park


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any advice given is based on experience and learnt from this site :-)

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hello yes i do now have a staff permit but there is no signage saying who can or cant park in these bays.

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First step is to appeal them to NCP and point out that you are entitled to park there by way of your employment conditions and that in any case there is no signage that could be considered as being able to offer a unilateral contract for you to consider so therefore you rqust that NCP both cancel the claim for the charges and desist from placing any notices on your vehicle that have the effect of causing you distress, contray to the protection from harassment act 1997. Add that if they consider they have a contract that is superior to your employment contract which makes you an occupier of the property then they should then show you this contract so you can consider it and if necessary appeal the claim for charges they make. To than end, you would require a POPLA code so you may make representations and if they are successful you will continue your claim for harassment in the event of receiving a further ticketing of your vehicle.

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