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PCN and Towed in Haringey, Towed after parking on road with temporary restrictions
post Thu, 12 Oct 2017 - 17:40
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Hi all,

I am looking for some advice after my car was towed from Markfield road in Haringey, London. When I parked, I did not see the notices about temporary restrictions on the road. I believe that normally, this road is not within a controlled zone. I was not parked in a bay, and not parked on yellow lines. Within about an hour of me parking, the car was towed. I have attached all the documents handed to me at the pound. It is not reasonable to suggest that my car was blocking the road. Despite the restrictions the road is regularly used by people loading/unloading.

It's worth mentioning that when I went to take photos of the street, the notice nearest where I had been parked did not have the stapled on details (see image). This was the case with a few of the other temporary notices down the street as well. I have included a photo of one of the notices that did have the terms stapled to it.

I have notices that they have provided me with their (haringey copy) in pink - and not the white copy as suggested at the bottom of the pink page. I doubt this makes any difference?

Additional photos of the street are here:

I'd really appreciate any advice,


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Their ORDER requires them to place traffic signs. Where have you stressed this?

No markings, no signs, no notices at the entrance.

Your witness Mr Authority.
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