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A NEW parking system has been introduced forcing supermarket shoppers to register their car in-storeicon1.png to avoid a fine.

Aldi in Leek is the first of the discount chain's Staffordshire stores to have the ParkingEye system installed.

Shoppers have to input their registration number into a computer terminal inside the store in Haywood Street to get two-hours free parking. Failure to register results in a £70 fine.

Aldi said it had introduced the system after receiving complaints that customersicon1.png were struggling to get a space in the store's car park.

 

 

 

http://www.stokesentinel.co.uk/Aldi-customers-told-register-vehicles-store-face/story-27985958-detail/story.html

 

 

 

 

I don't see how this really helps with the congested car park as anybody is still allowed to park there without using Aldi...

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If I lived in Leek I would see that as a challenge. After all, park your car there, sign in as you go past and then go to the other shops-easy rebuttal to all those moaners but hasnt solved the problem for Aldi or the other shoppers.

PE make money and Aldi lose it, great idea whoever thought that one up.

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They have parking eye at aldi in sale, cheshire. i parked there and recd a ticket, challenged it on the grounds they are not the landowner and do not have the landowners express permission and they cancelled the ticket

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They have parking eye at aldi in sale, cheshire. i parked there and recd a ticket, challenged it on the grounds they are not the landowner and do not have the landowners express permission and they cancelled the ticket

 

They didn't cancel it on the first appeal though did they? Unless you included a receipt.

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This lack of car-parking space in many Aldi stores is down there policy of building shops on small penny-packets of land that other supermarkets won't touch. This leads to not only small car-parks, but lack of storage space. Hence all the complaints about the aisles full of pallets of stuff, especially at Christmas.

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Funnily enough, today my place of work received a flyer advertising a new Aldi that may be built up the road. 90 spaces apparently.

It asked for any views and thoughts of the local population....

 

If it happens, I forsee a double dip a day from the car I use for work!

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So aldi are allowed to fine people through parking eye....

 

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So aldi are allowed to fine people through parking eye....

 

Dx

 

I think that is just the lazy journalism...

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Hi armadillo,

appealed it online thru parking eye website and response email was confirmation there was nothing to pay as PCN had been cancelled, job done

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Hi armadillo,

appealed it online thru parking eye website and response email was confirmation there was nothing to pay as PCN had been cancelled, job done

 

I'd like to see your appeal then, because that is very unusual...

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Unusual maybe, but it did the job and appeal was made using PE online system so no copy available. i did have the email saved for a while in case it came back again but ive heard nothing since so its been deleted

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I wonder how many of these stores are at least technically breaching their planning permission in doing this?

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