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boro12856
post Tue, 27 Aug 2013 - 10:43
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Hi all, spent a while reading various threads but thought I had best ask for my own personal advice.

Me and my partner rent a flat which has a gated entrance and you have your own space (corresponding to flat number) ours is in the underground section. We had a parking permit which has the number of the space on it to display on a daily basis.

Recently the gates to the carpark have been 'broken' and one side is constantly left open, which now has resulted in three UKPC notices in the space of two weeks.

We currently only have her car at the flat and I very rarely use the car, both occasions I have used it and returned to our parking bay I have once forgotten to put the parking permit on the dashboard, returning to the car next morning to see we had a ticket given to us around 4am for not displaying permit. And the second one for the same reason this time however I am 100% certain the permit was placed on the dashboard, however it wasn't there the next morning and another ticket was given (again around 4am, these idiots love a nightshift)

The third notice we had received was when we had friends staying for a weekend, we have a visitor permit too, which we were not given any advice about how long this could be used for by our landlord. All we were told is that if using a visitor permit please park in the disabled bays. Now this permit was used constantly for around 2 weeks when we first moved in as we had two cars then, and no problems. I have also noticed other cars at the flats always in the disabled spots and not disabled drivers.

But one weekend we gave our permit to friends to park downstairs and my girlfriend parked her car in the visitors bay, on the second night she received another charge notice this time saying that she had over stayed her welcome in the visitors bay.

Now I am just looking for what to do with these pieces of paper I have been given, as there is NO WAY I will be paying them a penny! We need to use an electric fob to gain access to the carpark, and our parking spot corresponds with our flat number. So if they are coming in EVERY NIGHT they must see the car in the same bay using the permit, yet the ONE occasions I genuinely know I forgot to display the permit a ticket is slapped straight on. It is funny however how the influx of tickets corresponds with the gated entrance been broken.

Thanks for any help.

Regards
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post Wed, 10 Oct 2018 - 19:35
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boro12856

Do you now have a copy of the lease?

What was the date of SCS's letter?

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post Wed, 10 Oct 2018 - 23:32
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Parking Cowboys is a useful resource again, now they've ditched the dodgy links I see:

https://www.parkingcowboys.co.uk/residential-parking/

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boro12856
post Thu, 11 Oct 2018 - 04:57
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QUOTE (Eljayjay @ Wed, 10 Oct 2018 - 20:35) *
boro12856

Do you now have a copy of the lease?

What was the date of SCS's letter?


Lease I am still awaiting on the form was sent off with the cheque almost 2 weeks ago, although the cheque was sent back to me within 3 days as I had stupidly forgot to date it. I am back away with work but I have been pestering my other half every day to go through the post and nothing yet.

SCS latest letter requesting the address arrived yesterday so 10-10-18

Edit - just checked my bank this morning and the payment for the lease has came out so I should expect it within next couple days I’d imagine

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boro12856
post Mon, 15 Oct 2018 - 11:57
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QUOTE (SchoolRunMum @ Wed, 10 Oct 2018 - 19:09) *
Give them the residential address, as requested, and tell them they must share with you a copy of their findings from the LR that they say they will apply for, and not just selected excerpts or you will report them to the SRA and ICO.

And in the meantime the file must be marked for Restriction of Data Processing, and any litigation placed on hold.


I am looking to reply to them today, I am unsure as to what SRA & ICO are. Would you be able to give me a written example of how to reply, or just be blunt, here’s address etc.

Also the lease has arrived, I am not home from work until 22nd and there’s no one who can upload the documents in the meantime. But I suppose replying to the request for address to SCS will buy me more time.
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post Mon, 15 Oct 2018 - 13:48
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Solicitors Regulation Authority - google'able
Ditto ICO - Information Commissioners Office
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boro12856
post Thu, 18 Oct 2018 - 08:09
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Morning all, so I have just returned from work and the lease has arrived. Personally through looking at it, I am not sure if things are looking in my favour. Its something like 50 pages long, is there any specifics to upload or shall I upload the whole document to an external link? TIA
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nosferatu1001
post Thu, 18 Oct 2018 - 13:04
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Well anythign that deals with
- your property and the definituons of such
- anything to do with parking, parking spaces, communical spaces, and the definitions of such
- any covenants etc youre bound by relating to use of car spaces
- any rights for them to vary Esatte regualtions / introduce new ones and WHY they can do so.
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post Thu, 18 Oct 2018 - 21:41
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"Demised space"
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post Thu, 18 Oct 2018 - 21:43
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Also look for rights to peaceful enjoyment, and anything about the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act.
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