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Trethowans & Oxford University Hospitals NHS, Claiming for costs
notmeatloaf
post Sat, 13 Apr 2019 - 20:43
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Hi all,

As predicted I got the usual copy and paste court summons from the angelic Olivia Muscat at Trethowans. Would appreciate any feedback on my defence. Unfortunately because of technical ineptitude I don't have access to the Word document here but thanks for downloading the PDF or looking at the images smile.gif

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post Sun, 17 Nov 2019 - 11:13
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And SRM I've raised it internally - again. I did once but effectively the transport manager said "stupid nurse should stick to nursing, not law" and I got told that I shouldn't be using FTSU to appeal parking tickets despite pointing out I was objecting to the entire system.

I'm hoping now I can point out a judge agrees with me and the parking ticket is gone so they can't keep pretending I'm trying to appeal the ticket things might get somewhere.

My local MPs and councilors are both useless. My wife is very keen to go to the press but because I'm employed by the Trust I'm hoping they may investigate internally.

Either way things will hopefully change as the transport manager is out of control. Nurses pay circa £450/yr for a parking permit although there are never enough spaces. Historically nurses used to pay £7 day to park in visitors car parks. But now they go round with a list of staff numberplates and give you a ticket if you are parked in a visitors car park even though you are paying for it.

So we're in the situation where if there's no staff parking nurses and doctors are having to use the 2hr on street bays, then excuse themselves 2 hrs into their shift to try and find another space or use a different street parking bay.

All this in a hospital desperately short of staff.


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