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    John WATKINS

    BMPA ( British Motorist Protection Association )

    This website which the BMPA  provide free to motorists  is absolutely amazing. It is very informative and easy to follow and understand.

    Whilst I appreciate there has to be control in respect of vehicles on 'Private Property' such as at retail parks, I do believe that the Car Park Operators, who are employed by the Landowners should carry out their duties in compliance with the law ( Rules and Regulations ) governing the subject.  

    Some Car Park Operators controlling car parks on private lands seem to think that they can issue tickets and demand payment of extortionate charges ( e.g. £100 )  without compliance with the law themselves. 

    In respect of 'Automatic Number Plate Recognition ( via camera on entry and leaving the car park ) where they maintain there has been a transgression of terms and conditions of parking, they fail to send/ serve  notice to the Registered Keeper within the prescribed limit of 14 days from the time the alleged transgression occurred.   I received such a notice by post 20 days after the alleged overstay at the car park  demanding £100 .    

    BMPA have certainly been a great advantage to me  in knowing the legal requirements that a CPO must comply with.     I shall NOT be paying the charge sent me by 'EVERYTHING PARKING LTD., GLOUCESTER.

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    John WATKINS

    BMPA ( British Motorist Protection Association )

    This website which the BMPA  provide free to motorists  is absolutely amazing. It is very informative and easy to follow and understand.

    Whilst I appreciate there has to be control in respect of vehicles on 'Private Property' such as at retail parks, I do believe that the Car Park Operators, who are employed by the Landowners should carry out their duties in compliance with the law ( Rules and Regulations ) governing the subject.  

    Some Car Park Operators controlling car parks on private lands seem to think that they can issue tickets and demand payment of extortionate charges ( e.g. £100 )  without compliance with the law themselves. 

    In respect of 'Automatic Number Plate Recognition ( via camera on entry and leaving the car park ) where they maintain there has been a transgression of terms and conditions of parking, they fail to send/ serve  notice to the Registered Keeper within the prescribed limit of 14 days from the time the alleged transgression occurred.   I received such a notice by post 20 days after the alleged overstay at the car park  demanding £100 .    

    BMPA have certainly been a great advantage to me  in knowing the legal requirements that a CPO must comply with.     I shall NOT be paying the charge sent me by 'EVERYTHING PARKING LTD., GLOUCESTER.

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