no such things as no stopping ....a private parking co can't enforce traffic regulations on private land
you stopped for less than 10minutes - there is a written in stone rule regarding this 10 mins now
As you had contacted the bailiff after a personal visit, then it is usually always the case that full payment is required.
As you do not have a car, and have not allowed the bailiff into your property, the bailiff can do very little but to accept a payment arrangement that will see the debt paid by the end of March (as agreed by the council). Suggest to the bailiff that you can make payments weekly (or monthly) of £xx that will see the debt cleared in the timescale agreed with Islington Council. State also that you do not have a vehicle and that there is nobody that can assist you with paying the debt.
Just explain it all to your local councillor. Their email / mobile details should be on Google.
They will be able to help you arrange an affordable (to you) payment arrangement. They also have complete power to override the Recovery Department and take the Bailiffs off your case.
Let me know how you get on.
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