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I was visiting a friend in Blackpool and parked at the rear of their house as i have done many times before.

 

He has two parking spaces included in his tenancy agreement and he gave me permission to park there.

I recieved a ticket and a £60 charge for "parking without permission"

 

Should i appeal or just ignore it?

I used to know a bit about this stuff but i believe the law has changed???

will i need to pay it?

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Hi.

 

 

Could you give us the details requested in the forum sticky please? Link below.

 

 

https://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?462118-Have-you-received-a-Parking-Ticket

 

 

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The date of infringement was 05/08/2018

 

I havent appealed or contacted them at all yet

 

I havent recieved a NTK with any photographic evidence. just a PCN with a paymen slip

 

the parking company is NE PARKING LTD

 

The car park is behind Adelaide Court, Rear adelaide street, Blackpool

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Thank you for that, the guys should be along later to advise you.

 

 

Please hold off doing anything until they've asked any further questions they have.

 

 

Could we see the PCN please, minus any identifying information?

 

 

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await he NTK which must arrive between 29-56 days

not before

not after.

 

can your mate get lots of pix of the signs please

and where they are.

esp the entrance


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Thanks for your help.

 

I think i posted the pics twice so you might need to delete them again.

 

Here is the PDF and Il get pics of the signage when i go back to tomorrow

pcn.pdf

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I've redacted it for you :thumb:

 

 

If you're going back tomorrow, you could end up with a nice collection of these. Although, you'll have to go some to beat me :lol:

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Much better to use one multipage pdf please

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not an offer of a contract to park, the only way of forming a contract is to breach the conditions of parking so one can say the signage is designed to deter parking, not offer terms.

That makes the demand for money unlawful.

 

The parking co's arent bright enough to know the difference so dont bother trying and explaining this to them yet, you can tell their best mates Gladstones solicitors ( proprietors, Will and John) that their clients are stupid for listeneing to the IPC ( proprietors Will and John) when doing their joined up writing.

 

you had permission and that is somehting NE parking cant give or take away

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so in terms of what to do about it should I but wait or contact them?

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You wait for them to issue a NTK, which must arrive between 29-56 days after the date of the event. The chances are that will be wrong as well and that gives you more ammunition to fight this battle.

 

Read loads of other threads here as well, that way you will realise what the POFA is about and how it is your friend in most cases. Read up on signage and what they must include to be an offer of a contract. Once you have done this it all becomes less scarya nd you wont waqnt to rush into things becasue they say tyhe world will fall in if you dont pay now. it wont, that is them hoping they havent been rumbled

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Hi

More importantly, your friend has two parking spaces in his tenancy which overrides any perceived power of NE. You had your friends permission to park.

 

 

 

 

 

As for the signs, they are prohibitive in nature so you cannot be charged with any breach, only trespass. You won't get a fair deal from them anyway as they are members of the IPC which is an old boys club who look after themselves first. Appealing to the IAS is also fruitless as it is run by the IPC and is totally biased in the parking companies favour.

 

 

They try to blind people with terms that are confusing.


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OK guys, the "Notice to Keeper" letter has arrived. Please can you advise wh my next move is.. Thanks

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That ntk isn't compliant. Plus parking without permission? That would be trespass and you can't create a contract with them to break the law as the only means of creating one.


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Deal with at if it ever happens. There's a lengthy procedure that they must follow if they want to go anywhere near it.

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Thanks. Just to be clear, can you tell me why the NTK isnt compliant? I only ask because the notice is in my wifes name so shes harrassing me to just pay it. Are you confident that i won't have a problem?

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Coghlan, I think it would be helpful if you read some other parking threads to see how these people operate and what mistakes they make. As far as I can see, you've only viewed one other thread on PPCs.

 

 

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sorry, I was just after someone to advise me. il try and have a read through when I have time. I just find it a little difficult to navigate, plus I don't k ow what info is accurate and what is just opinion. Thanks for your help

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Post 13 has your answer

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