|Topic:||Re:Re:PCN from a private company|
|Posted by:||Andrew Jones|
|Things have changed since 2012 - back then you could ignore privately issued tickets and it was unlikely that anything would happen ( other than a receiving a lot of threatening letters that were never followed up by action).|
These days I think the private parking enforcement companies are far more likely to follow tickets up due to changes in legislation.
One key question is how obvious were the signs warning you that you could get a Parking Charge Ticket for unauthorised parking? If they weren't very visible, or obscured or if there weren't in the right places e.g. visible as you're entering the car park and/or visible where you parked your car then you've got grounds to contest the ticket.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|PCN from a private company||01/06/15 18:28:00||Helen Whitman|
|Re:PCN from a private company||01/06/15 18:32:00||Michael Brown|
|Re:Re:PCN from a private company||02/06/15 11:24:00||Andrew Jones|
|Re:Re:Re:PCN from a private company||02/06/15 11:29:00||Helen Whitman|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:PCN from a private company||02/06/15 11:38:00||Phil Kay|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:PCN from a private company||02/06/15 11:47:00||Phil Kay|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:PCN from a private company||02/06/15 12:27:00||Andrew Jones|