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Ticket for parking on double yellow lines - UK Parking Management Ltd.

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I am asking on behalf of a friend.

 

He has got a NTD for parking on double yellow lines of a road.

 

 

The road is public accessible so I would assume it is a public highway.

 

 

He happened to see the employee putting tickets on all cars up the road

and apparently he even said it is a public road and he shouldn't park there.

 

 

He has also got a letter from the council to say he is allowed to park there.

 

It's a new build estate, and as of today, Google street view doesn't show the road.

 

The company on the ticket is "UK Parking Management Ltd" and is defiantly not a council issued ticket.

 

I would assume it is not a private road as I have been there myself,

and it is not sign posted anywhere, other than the double yellow lines.

 

I am awaiting images from my friend who is sending me a copy of the ticket, and the letter he received from the council about parking there.

 

I have advised them not to pay anything, and not to contact the company until the NTK arrives in the post.

 

I would like to know peoples initial thoughts on this.

 

Thanks

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Hello Joey.

 

It might be better if your friend starts his own thread, it's always hard to advise with third party information.

 

HB


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I would suspect its a private estate and new ish housing association build?

 

 

if so they can but ofcourse anything like DYL's are purely tarmac graffiti if its private

much like Tesco carparks etc.


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This is common on new developments and what happens later is the local authority adopt the roads and the lines disappear or a Traffic Order makes them official (unlikely as the cost and lack of need will make it pointless). however it is unlikely that the LA will adopt any other common areas such as parking spaces so the bandits stay to make the residents' lives miserable

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Hi. Yes it's a newish build. I have been up the road myself and it looks just like any road, no sign posts on the road itself. There is nothing to say if it is council land or private land. I'd assume that since a private company issued the ticket for DYLs, that they don't actually have the authority to issue road law tickets on private land?

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phone the council and ask the planning or roads dept if the thoroughfare there is adopted and if not, is it going to be.

Also, if it is a private road there should be signs saying offering a contract to park there so where are the signs and what are the contractual terms? Very impotant.

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