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Pritu
post Thu, 12 Jul 2018 - 22:00
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Hello All,

A driver received 2 parking notices from CPM at North Middlesex University Hospital. The car was a registered vehicle prior to the date the notices were issued and they displayed a disabled blue badge. Please see the attached parking notices. They spoke to someone from the Hospital complaints department and they confirmed that parking was free for blue badge holders.

The driver parked at the Hospital on 11/06/2018 and 12/06/2018. The notices were both issued on 25/06/2018. A discounted rate of £60 applies if fine paid within 14 days otherwise the charges increase to £100

What would be the best way to appeal the parking notices?

Thank you in advance your help is much appreciated.

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post Thu, 12 Jul 2018 - 22:26
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It's UKCPM not CPM

There was probably a keypad in reception to register the vehicle for disabled parking

I would put in a simple challenge

Dear Sir

Ref **** and ****

I am challenging this Parking Notice

The vehicle displayed a Blue Badge and the driver had no obligation to pay for parking

I note that the Parking Notices were issued on 25th June
You have failed to meet the requirement of POFA Para 9(5) and have no right to recover payment from me as the registered keeper

The Parking Notices must be cancelled

Yours Faithfully


UKCPM is a disreputable company that rejects all appeals
Cannot imagine what possessed the Hospital Trust to employ them

File but ignore all further correspondence short of an actual Letter Before Claim


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emanresu
post Fri, 13 Jul 2018 - 05:23
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Cannot imagine what possessed the Hospital Trust to employ them


They didn't. UKCPM are hired by Compass and if you go to the parking section of the Trust's website there is an email address for you to contact to get these cancelled.

http://www.northmid.nhs.uk/Contact-Us/Car-...at-the-Hospital

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post Fri, 13 Jul 2018 - 08:02
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I would think a quick note to PALS at the hospital might help things along.
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