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New Private Parking forum, Now separate from Council parking
Fredd
post Fri, 17 Jun 2011 - 08:03
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You'll find that we now have two forums for parking and related cases - one for Council tickets, and another for private parking. We've done this to make it easier to provide accurate information without the confusion that can arise due to the completely different nature of council and private parking. It will also keep cases on each forum's first page for longer.

We're also making changes to the forum descriptions on the front page, to try to help new members decide where their thread should go.


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post Fri, 17 Jun 2011 - 11:48
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Good to be able to sort these out.

I notice that the term Clamping is used for both forums. I assume this is pro-tem until its finally banned. Its also good to see that the PPC issue (169 threads) is limited compared to the council ones.

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Fredd
post Fri, 17 Jun 2011 - 12:31
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It's until private clamping's banned - and stops, should that be different. Council clamping will continue, of course.

If you look at the threads in the PPC forum you'll see that the ones in there ATM are only those updated in the past month; any reassurance you felt from their relatively small number is misplaced!


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post Fri, 17 Jun 2011 - 13:30
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I think we should run a book on how long it will take someone to post a PPC query in the Council Ticket forum - I bet there'll be one in there before the weekend's over.


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