Been to a retail park and received a parking charge or ticket?

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Retail Shopping Parks are private land where members of the public are invited to park either offering free parking or pay and display. They have large car parks and many are managed by a private parking companies which can be: –   patrolled by parking attendants who issue parking charge notices to car windscreens, Or –  […]

Debt Collectors

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Private Parking Companies use the services of a various debt collectors  such as DRP or Roxburghe in the course of pursuing unpaid parking tickets (parking charge notices) issued on private land. Is the debt collector a member of the BPA or IPC : The following belong to either the BPA or IPC or have dual […]

Parking Eye Ticket ?

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Got a Parking Eye Ticket? ParkingEye is unquestionably the UK’s biggest private parking company, with a turnover of over 14 million in the 2013 accounting year.   ParkingEye monitor car parks remotely by the use of their Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras and use the recorded information gained against any criteria for any breach of […]

Parking Eye Fines – Ignore a Parking Ticket?

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Parking Eye Fines have been featuring a lot in the press recently however parking tickets issued for parking on private land are not fines; only a court can issue fines. Due to the way private parking tickets are designed to mimic penalty charge notices, many people simply pay the parking charge unaware that they can […]

Parking fines – always on your side!

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Parking fines – not when parking on private land ! we are always on your side…… Our dedicated Appeals Handlers are always on your side fighting parking tickets (often misunderstood to be parking fines) …… we will point you in the right direction for further assistance due to the connections and reputation we have with the […]

A happy customer – first cancelled parking charge notice

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Parking Ticket Appeals Service informed one happy customer on 7th April 2014 that their parking ticket had been successfully cancelled at the first appeal stage, after taking up our service just two days earlier.  The company in question was Parking Control Management – a former member of the British Parking Association but who recently joined […]

Coming Soon, the Parking Ticket Appeal Service

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Coming Soon, the relaunched Parking Ticket Appeal Service The implementation of the Protection of Freedoms Act on the 1st October 2012, made clamping on private land illegal.   In its place provision was made enabling private parking companies to obtain registered keeper details to pursue any alleged unpaid parking charges issued on relevant land.   This means […]