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I found your correspondence very interesting.

 

I recently parked in the same place in Hull and got a ticket for the same reason.

 

Noticed the very new blue signs (were yellow or orange before).

 

Wondered how you got on at the Council regarding planning permission for the signs.

 

Have they got one?

 

I bet not as West Quay Retail Park does not exist in City plans.

 

I would appreciate if you could share your findings and experience, as this would help my case.

 

If we work together we have better chance against them.

 

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?468330-UKCPS-claim-form-received

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Hello lidrs. I haven't found any info regarding planning permission.

 

 

I rang city council and they could not give me any information.

 

 

They said it is private land and I can get a ticket if I don't obey with the rules.

 

I rang the court and my case is still not allocated, both party returned the questionnaire for now.

 

Do you recall if the old signage was the same company?

Is the reason for you ticket OBSERVED LEAVING SITE?

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My ticket is for leaving site, but the car park is for the customers, so am I right in thinking that is confusing.

 

 

If the passenger is shopping the driver is forced to drive away or just sit in the car?

This car park is never full.

 

The council are not very helpful. Who did you talked to?

 

They are right,

it is a private car park and if we break the rules we can get a charge,

however what we are trying to establish is, if UKCPS have a permission to be there, set the rules and issue a ticket in the first place. So many [problem]s around.

 

Try again,

ticket or not,

planning permissions are public knowledge.

I will try as well and keep in touch.

 

Maybe somebody reading this have some info to help?

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