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Hi, looking for a little advice, I have been browsing through previous threads but getting a little confused.

 

Just got home and found that my Wife has received a Parking Charge Notice issued by New Generation Parking Management,

 

 

The letter states that £60.00 to be paid within 14days for no valid permit.

 

 

The "Offence" was at Talbot Green CF728AL. No ticket or notice was affixed to car at time of "alleged" incident.

 

There are some grainy pictures attached showing my Wife's car, I followed link for High quality ones but they are not available on their website.

 

My question is this,

as the notice has been sent to my wife as she is registered keeper

but the notice states that the vehicle is in breach of T&C's

but the contractual signage is directed at the actual driver

and not the registered keeper is this enforceable?

 

 

Do I have to provide name of driver?

 

Any help or advice is appreciated...

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Hi and welcome to CAG.

 

I am assuming no ticket was applied to the car and this is an ANPR

 

Before we go any further, can you say what date the 'offence' occurred and what date is on the letter


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Hi,

 

Thanks for the response.... Date of offence is 10.10.2014 & date on letter is 15.10.14. No ticket was applied to car, the notice has PARKING CHARGE NOTICE at top of letter if that helps.

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to answer your question as to whether there is a keeper liability the answer is yes if the parking co follows the procedures correctly, which they have done so far as regards timing.

We need to know a little more about the site, whether it is free parking, pay and display, private access only etc. If you live nearby a phot of the signage is very helpful as it is common for the parking co's to display confusing or contrary signage meaning no contract can be formed anyway. How you respond to the parking co will depend on what contract was offered to the motorist.

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I live not far from there and I believe it's free parking with a time limit, not pay-and-display (unless they've changed it very recently).

 

It's a fairly large retail park with about 15 different stores and a Pizza Hut, so you could easily spend more than 3-4 hours there on a Saturday if you were to go shopping then stop off for some lunch.


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so the assumption is they have used number plate capture to decide that you overstayed, thus entering and breaching a contract with them as "managers" of the site. So the question still remains, how long is the free stay for and how long was your car parked there? We still need to see the signage to help defeat this claim otherwise it will be generic help.

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The entrance sign on Street View shows 3 hours free, although this is from 2011 so it may well have changed in the meantime.

 

Just simply reply to the parking company's NTK with a soft appeal, making sure you request a POPLA code. They'll reject the appeal of course, but once you have the POPLA code you can go from there.


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It wont matter what argument you put forward really as long as it is clear that it is an appeal and that you expect the POPLA code. The last detail shouldnt need saying but most ppc's have trouble with the english language when it comes to issuing numbers that will cost them money.

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All,

 

Thanks for your replies on this one, I went down to car park today to take photographs and called into the bank (Natwest), as this was the one being visited by my wife Parking bay directly outside). I was going to ask if this was common practice re. the parking. They asked for the notice and informed me that they would deal with it and not too worry and that they deal with several a day..... Apparently the parking bays are marked permit holders only but you can park there for up to 30mins if visiting one of the adjacent businesses... So thanks to everyone.....

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Doesnt matter what its marked as if its on private land. However make sure you follow up with natwest incase the PPC try other methods of collection.


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