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Fredd
post Tue, 23 Oct 2012 - 11:57
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PCN / Letter #1 01 October 2012

PCN (front) 16 October 2012


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Nice Chap
post Sat, 27 Oct 2012 - 13:47
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It would appear Parking Eye have updated their letter to only say "if" I was driver I am required to pay. They have 2 hopes, Bob and none.

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tapas600
post Sun, 20 Jan 2013 - 21:38
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The one above is the second ParkingEye letter.

The one below is the first they send out.

This is the front.




And this is the back.



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Remember: No one can fine you or issue a penalty other than a court, a policeman or a local authority under legislative powers.
PoFA=Protection of Freedoms Act 2012, Schedule 4
Further guidance on PoFA - DfT Guidance on Section 56 and Schedule 4 of POFA 2012
Essential Reading: Approved Operator Scheme (AOS) Guide to the Legislation
- to learn how the private parking charges process works look at this flowchart
- to see what your steps should be in challenging any private parking charges use this interactive wizard
- to help you appeal charges to PMCs use these Appeal Points Templates by Lynnzer. Amend as necessary to fit your personal circumstances.
- to post images and documents I use http://imageshack.us and http://www.scribd.com
Parking on Private Land Appeals or POPLA is run by London Councils - the British Parking Association Ltd. (BPA Ltd) pays London Councils for this service.
In fact, POPLA is a kangaroo court that rubber stumps private parking companies claims - read this Telegraph article and this Blog. The related documents can be found here.
To see for yourself why POPLA has no legal powers and is not really independent please download and read this document from London Councils’ Transport & Environment Committee.
More evidence that POPLA is not independent - read how PPCs are subverting the due appeal process and seek a back door deal to influence POPLA decisions.
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Ming Rider
post Fri, 15 Feb 2013 - 13:33
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This is the 4th letter I've received regarding my 'offense' in October '12.

I had all but assumed that PE had given up and I was starting to feel a little disappointed but no, PE saved the day. smile.gif



One thing I don't understand is that it says at the bottom, "the matter may be passed to the 'landholders' solicitor." Does this mean I could be sued by The Range (or whoever owns the land) and not PE ?

How exciting ! wink.gif

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post Wed, 26 Jun 2013 - 22:26
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April 2013 Parking Eye PCN to Registered keeper

https://www.dropbox.com/s/adsmcwadpu27snk/A...3-PCN-front.jpg

https://www.dropbox.com/s/2jiud2qpyxn6m88/A...13-PCN-rear.jpg

1st reminder is almost identical to the front page of the original PCN except for

"Parking Charge Notice Reminder" across the top

and the wording below the main content is

https://www.dropbox.com/s/qr9kmhb4652hiof/A...st-reminder.jpg

I hope they are of use

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post Mon, 5 Aug 2013 - 20:24
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Hi,

I have received exactly the same pcn from parking eye in tandem centre, colliers wood saying that I stayed for slightly longer than the 3 hour limit.

Am I right in thinking I ignore this at this stage or appeal?

This is the first letter I've received and relates to the incident recently.
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Pendle Girl
post Sat, 7 Sep 2013 - 10:03
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I guess I've blown my chances! I replied to the first Parking Eye letter saying I thought I had paid by mobile but must have forgotten/signal failed. So admitting I had parked there. I sent a cheque for the parking fee £8.20. They have returned my cheque saying the cheque is lower than the amount owed. The parking charge has been put on hold for me to send the details. Ie a cheque for the charge of £60. Is it worth ignoring this or have I shot myself in the foot admitting to parking but not having my payment received.
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post Mon, 14 Oct 2013 - 11:44
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QUOTE (Pendle Girl @ Sat, 7 Sep 2013 - 11:03) *
I guess I've blown my chances! I replied to the first Parking Eye letter saying I thought I had paid by mobile but must have forgotten/signal failed. So admitting I had parked there. I sent a cheque for the parking fee £8.20. They have returned my cheque saying the cheque is lower than the amount owed. The parking charge has been put on hold for me to send the details. Ie a cheque for the charge of £60. Is it worth ignoring this or have I shot myself in the foot admitting to parking but not having my payment received.

What has happened as from reading and researching they should have accepted your £8.20 and thanked there lucky stars...
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post Sun, 22 Jun 2014 - 10:29
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Hi I have received a few of these now from Parking Eye. I appealed via the website and received the following rejection letter which I thought would be on interest.

I have not included the POPLA appeal things but can do if people think it is relevant. (it was at the end of the letter).

So i either received 1 or 2 charge letters after which I appealed/whatever via their website.









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post Tue, 24 Feb 2015 - 12:56
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QUOTE (Fredd @ Tue, 23 Oct 2012 - 11:57) *
PCN / Letter #1 01 October 2012

PCN (front) 16 October 2012


This is my first post, so please accept my apologies if I mess up.

We received a postal PCN yesterday, our case is very slightly different than the others in that we only went into the car park to drop our son off at meeting in the village hall next door to the car park. it was a cold rainy night, just after 7pm, we pulled up, talked for a short while, leaving the engine running, and he got out of the car. Admittedly we were slightly distracted, we had recently got back from holiday and had not seen him for a while, and we had just been to pick up a 12 week old puppy (who was sat in the back of the car with the boys) we then waved goodbye and went home, apparently we were there for 14 minutes, but we never exited the car or switched it off in this time. My question is, are we still good to ignore this letter or is it best to challenge it? Thanks in advance.
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post Wed, 1 Apr 2015 - 06:09
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QUOTE (moggers @ Sun, 22 Jun 2014 - 10:29) *
Hi I have received a few of these now from Parking Eye. I appealed via the website and received the following rejection letter which I thought would be on interest.

I have not included the POPLA appeal things but can do if people think it is relevant. (it was at the end of the letter).

So i either received 1 or 2 charge letters after which I appealed/whatever via their website.










Is there any feedback on this as I've received something similar?
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Lynnzer
post Mon, 2 Nov 2015 - 15:15
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My bad. Got it all wrong....

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QUOTE (Fredd @ Tue, 23 Oct 2012 - 12:57) *
PCN / Letter #1 01 October 2012

PCN (front) 16 October 2012

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