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Out of hours loading bay ticket, Advice please
sooty12113
post Tue, 20 Aug 2019 - 06:43
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Hi All

I parked on a street in my local town centre, that is meter operated from 8am to 6pm on a stretch of the road with a loading bay section marked on the road at the end.

I parked up for approximately 30 minutes at 7.30pm with all the local shops shut believing the loading bay wasn't operational at this time and I was free to use it.

I have received a PCN that states I was observed for 10 minutes not loading, when I objected stating I didn't believe the section was loading bay after 6pm, I have been told parking without loading is not permitted at any time. However there is no sign that says that.

Is the ticket therefore enforceable ?

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cp8759
post Wed, 11 Sep 2019 - 16:07
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Show us the Notice to Owner (all pages), you never know there might be a flaw in the small print. Redact you name, address and number plate only, ensure everything else, including all "standard" text is visible.


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sooty12113
post Fri, 13 Sep 2019 - 07:38
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PM sent given difficulty uploading PDF files

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cp8759
post Fri, 13 Sep 2019 - 20:01
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I can't fault the NtO. All you can do is ask for discretion, they will certainly refuse but they might re-offer the discount.


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