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Jen_Jen1985
post Mon, 24 Sep 2018 - 19:35
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Hi, Im looking for some advice on behalf of a friend.

They were visiting a friend and parked in the resident underground car park. The driver parked in a disabled bay displaying a blue badge but has received a ticket as they weren't displaying a resident permit.
Whats the best way to deal with it?
The keeper has been told her to ignore as another friend has had 3 tickets and they've never been chased for them, I said I don't think you should really ignore as I know the law changed a few years back but wanted to check with people who know more about these things than I do.

Thanks for any help you can offer and if more information is needed then let me know and I'll get the info from my friend.

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nosferatu1001
post Fri, 26 Oct 2018 - 08:29
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Dont read THROUGH the newbies thread
Read part of it. Let it sink in. Then go back

Youre only wanting the section about POPLA appeals - dont read the court stuff!
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Bumble62
post Fri, 26 Oct 2018 - 17:58
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QUOTE (nosferatu1001 @ Fri, 26 Oct 2018 - 09:29) *
Dont read THROUGH the newbies thread
Read part of it. Let it sink in. Then go back

Youre only wanting the section about POPLA appeals - dont read the court stuff!


I'm sorry if it sounds lazy of me to say this, but I have been going round and round in circles on the MSE Newbies thread and can't make head nor tail of any of it. I've tried looking for templates that resemble my situation, but can't find any for P4Parking. I've tried looking at ones for other companies, but the more I see, the more I wish I'd just paid the £60 before the 14 days was up and be done with it; because then I wouldn't be sitting here for hours on end crying over it..I've just about come to the end of my tether and can't cope with the stress day after day. Now I've waited this long, I have to pay the £100, purely and simply because the system is far too complicated for me to understand or deal with myself. I've been clicking from one forum or thread to the next and just not finding anything that is simple enough for me to understand. This has tied me up in knots and I can't cope with it anymore.

I'll not think badly of you if you say no, but do you please happen to know where I might find a template for P4Parking for a vehicle belonging to a blue badge holder who could not park in the allotted visitors bay because it was too far from the vehicle to the building entrance, and there was no available visitors bay to park in down in the underground car park, so the vehicle was parked in a disabled bay that was not allotted to anyone, but which was directly opposite the lift. A blue badge was on display but no visitors parking permit, as there wasn't a spare one available as the granddaughter's other grandmother had put it on her car in a visitors bay outside. Both grandmothers were visiting for the granddaughter's birthday. Would it come under disability discrimination?

Despite having a very low income, I am seriously considering paying this rather than the heating bill. I hate the way the government allow these firms to do this to people.
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Dave65
post Fri, 26 Oct 2018 - 18:25
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Hopefully the Government will, there is a private members bill going through Parliament now because of the distasteful practices of these PPC.
I`ve just looked at your thread but not read through all of it.

Have you done a search on this site?
I put P4Parking in the top right box and came up with a few posts on P4Parking including some residential ones.
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Bumble62
post Fri, 26 Oct 2018 - 20:12
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QUOTE (Dave65 @ Fri, 26 Oct 2018 - 19:25) *
Hopefully the Government will, there is a private members bill going through Parliament now because of the distasteful practices of these PPC.
I`ve just looked at your thread but not read through all of it.

Have you done a search on this site?
I put P4Parking in the top right box and came up with a few posts on P4Parking including some residential ones.


Thank you for your reply.

Yes I have searched both here and on MSE, but there is nothing that is similar to my situation. I know nothing about laws or regulations, or even if this is going to mean going to court or anything. Only thing I am sure of is that I can't afford to heat my home if I have to pay this. I think the stress of being cold would be easier to bear than this. Easier to rectify by staying in bed with an extra blanket and a hot water bottle. I don't have a head for all this kind of thing. Every time I come on this site or MSE, I just burst into tears.
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SchoolRunMum
post Mon, 12 Nov 2018 - 23:26
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Why not just Google P4Parking POPLA no keeper liability and find a POPLA appeal for P4Parking that someone did earlier this year (DO NOT look at anything older than 2017).

Do not miss your chance.

Copy one before your 30 days expires, and show us what you copied before you try to submit it. If you show us SOMETHING (please) then we have something to work with!

Look how dead easy it is:

https://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showth...d.php?t=5862235

How do people get themselves so worked up, when this forum & MSE have these cases to copy?
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