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Nictastic
post Thu, 13 Feb 2020 - 16:24
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I received a PCN for parking in a permit bay without clearly displaying a valid permit. I was going to pay it because I know I didn't have any grounds for appeal. However I've contacted Rotherham Council, asking how to apply for a permit. To be told the permit doesn't exist. The land is private property and they are only enforcing on behalf on the land owner. The land owner refuses to issue any permits. Apparently this is the only way they can get around it and the lady I spoke to mentioned something about it been an access road as well. Do you think it's worth appealing? Please see images below. Thank You.







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Mad Mick V
post Thu, 13 Feb 2020 - 17:01
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Had this place before. There is a parking places order but I haven't seen a permit order.

This is the last case:-

http://forums.pepipoo.com/index.php?showto...t&p=1384992


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stamfordman
post Thu, 13 Feb 2020 - 17:02
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Council does have a TMO for this but it seems odd:

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&a...OIDFbLjruYaplwJ

is this it:

https://www.google.com/maps/@53.5015438,-1....3312!8i6656

EDIT - I see MMV has come up with the goods.

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PASTMYBEST
post Thu, 13 Feb 2020 - 18:44
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It's the same sign as they admitted was wrong as a reason not to contest an appeal


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cp8759
post Yesterday, 11:05
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Let's see the council's photos, you'll find them here https://parking.rotherham.gov.uk/

Last time round the council admitted the signs were wrong so if it's still enforcing based on the old sign, that is wholly unreasonable IMO and you could get an order for costs against the council.

Also, were you parked in a bay?


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Nictastic
post Yesterday, 20:45
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The sign has changed since the last case. The council have added in No parking on access roads. Also there are no parking bays to park in.
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cp8759
post Yesterday, 21:23
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Well I suggest you show us the council photos plus any photos of your own. However the central issue remains regardless of the signage: if there are no bays, the council cannot accuse you of parking in a bay, everything else is secondary.


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