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Hi 

Looking for advice for a friend who ignored Parking Eye PCN which were issued on ANPR after her car was parked for 23 mins in a Morrisons Bognor Regis carpark whilst her 85 year old father use the disabled toilets.

 

She has a disabled badge but presumably the ANPR doesn't pick this up but apparently this car park requires everyone to pay.

 

Date of event 9/11/19,

first letter dated 13/11/19,

reminder dated 22/11/19,

next dated 17/12/19.

Letter dated 1/1/20  is a Letter Before County Court Claim.

 

I understand that at this point we need your help as to the next step! 

With the LBA is an annexe info sheet.

Thanks in advance

 

 

 

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Hi.

 

I know you've given us some of the information but the advice here works best if you can answer the forum template questions and copy and paste the questions and answers onto this thread.

 

If your friend or her father appealed, could you also post up what they said please.

 

HB


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Thanks. Sorry can't find the template from that link or elsewhere. She didn't appeal or reply as that has been past advice. 

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 Thank you.

Here is the info in the correct format:

 

Date of the infringement 9/11/19

 

2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date] 13/11/19

[scan up BOTHSIDES as ONE PDF- follow the upload guide]

 

3 Date received Not sure but will have been within 14 days

 

4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [Y/N?]  Y

 

5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event? Y number plate

 

6 Have you appealed? [Y/N?] post up your appeal] N

Have you had a response? [Y/N?] post it up

 

7 Who is the parking company? Parking Eye

 

8. Where exactly  Morrisons Bognor Regis

 

For either option, does it say which appeals body they operate under. It only seems to mention appealing to ParkingEye Ltd and then says if any appeal is unsuccessful they will provide POPLA's details. I can't see a reference to BPA or IAS on the letter.

 

There are two official bodies, the BPA and the IAS. If you are unsure,

please check HERE

 

If you have received any other correspondence, please mention it here; 

Dates issued: 1.13/11/19 .

2. Reminder 22/11/19,

3. 17/12/19.

4.Letter before county court claim dated 1/1/20.

 

Thanks as ever

……....

in either case scan up bothsides of any letters/tickets in or appeals made out to ONE MULTIPAGE PDF ONLY

 

docs1.pdf

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look at other PE PCN threads here..

 

sent them the ericsbrother snotty letter.

 

post it here 1st mind

 

dx


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It may be a bit late but try contacting Morrisons CS dept by phone and get them to give you an email address to follow this up.

All the Morrisons in the south are ex-safeways stores and the planning consent will undoubtedly cover parking. The local council planning people will know but it will take them time to dig out the applications as they wont be on the portal as they are too old.

Let Morrisons know that you ahve found that PE dont have planning permissioon and that a big fuss will be made to the local press if they stick to the line that they cant help or you have to speak to PE.

you should look up the Chief Exec's email addy if the customer service people wont help, they have a team of peopel who wil do things if it looks like they are about to be embarrassed in public

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Thanks to you both,

I cant find the ‘snotty letter’ suggested but rang the customer services who very helpfully gave me the email address (customerservice@morrissonsplc.co.uk for anyone else who needs it). I said it was regarding a parking ticket. Assume I should I ask my friend to contact Morrison’s before responding to the LBC?

Is it definite that PE don’t have planning permission? Any tips on the content of the letter?

thanks as ever

 

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Hi again,

Having done some research, I would be grateful if you could let me know if the following proposed email to customer services would be appropriate? I would of course add the reference details on the LBC. Should I mention details of reason for stopping in the carpark?

 

Dear Sir/Madam,

I recently stopped briefly (23 mins) in your carpark. I have a disabled badge. I have recently received a 'letter before county court claim' from Parking Eye. I understand that under the 1992 planning permission agreement for the Morrisons car park there was a Section 106 legal agreement that prevents charging for the car park and that this section has not been varied. I therefore request that you inform Parking Eye that they must desist with this action and cancel the parking charge. I have no wish to communicate with that company myself and request that you do not pass on my email address. I do hope this can be resolved without having to contact the local press. I look forward to hearing from you.

etc

 

Thanks as always for your assistance,

 

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Look up the ceo email address forWm Morrison and fire off a  short but consise letter requesting they instruct PE to cease their actions.

 

The person who get the LBA has to respond to PE so knowing what the original planning consent said about parking will help enormously.

 

You will need to do a lot of reading up on parking and planning law as it is quite difficult to find the right points to argue and PE will tell lies to court when they are caught out on this.

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Thanks,

So she should email the CEO before responding to LBA (she has until end Jan to do that)?

 

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I wouldn't miss a chance to bash PE on the head..


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Haha.

Have got the Morrison’s  ceo email address and sent it and my draft email (in my post on Weds above) to my friend.

She’s going to try and find out more from the council re planning permission before sending it to CEO.

 

The info I got was from a local newspaper report.

 

Any other tips gratefully received.

 

Will let you know if she gets a response.

Assume she must reply to PE before 30 days are up (31 Jan) unless she gets a positive response from CEO before?

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use our custom google search box

 

the more you read in this very same forum the stronger we become.

 

dx

 


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Thanks,

 

Here is the proposed email to the CEO. She has till end of Jan to respond to the LBA. If she doesn't hear from the CEO before that, she presumably needs to respond to the LBA. Any feedback on the email gratefully received.

 

Dear Mr Potts,

I regularly shop at Morrison’s in [local Morrisons to my friend] where it is free to park. This a superb store, good produce, well organised and very friendly and helpful staff.  In fact I have accrued nearly 5000 points on my Morrison’s points card - see attachment below.

I am the keeper of a car that stopped briefly (23 mins) in your carpark at Bognor Regis on November 9th.

I have a disabled badge.

On the day in question the machine to get a parking ticket was not fully working -it did not take debit /credit cards.

On January 1st I received a 'letter before county court claim' from Parking Eye. I am writing to request that you tell ParkingEye to cease their threatened court action and cancel the parking charge. 
They have stated that I have 30 days to pay the £85 charge. Thus by January 31st. I would very much appreciate your support in this before that.

As you can imagine being threatened with court action is stressful, and the fact I am being treated for advanced ovarian cancer is stressful enough without anything being added to it.

I understand that under the 1992 planning permission agreement for the Morrisons car park there was a Section 106 legal agreement that prevents charging for the car park and that this section has not been varied.

I ignored initial letters as I am aware that these private parking companies often send speculative invoices masquerading as PCNs.

I have no wish to communicate with that company myself and request that you do not pass on my email address.

I do hope this can be resolved without having to contact the local press. I look forward to hearing from you.

Many Thanks

 

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