One of the bigger BPA member companies run and owned by QA Nominees. This in turn is reported as controlled by Graham Cowan who has over 1000 Directorships. Who really has control of Civil Enforcement is in some doubt.
More on this company on the main BMPA website.
Stage 1 - Notice to Driver
Stage 2 - Notice to Keeper
CEL in an apparent response to the fraud case in Aberdeen now no longer show any images of the so-called "offence". This is yet another obstacle put in the way of drivers and keepers to resolve the issues. We now recommend a Keeper (not a driver) should send a Subject Access Request to Civil Enforcement to get the images and any other information they have (e.g. dates they requested the Keeper details from the DVLA). There is a small charge (£10) but it tends to pay off in the long run.
Stage 2a - Reminder to Keeper
Some companies send out a reminder 7 days after the Notice to Keeper letter. This confuses people as they think they have lost the chance to appeal. You haven't. You can still appeal within the 28 days though there is no legal reason why you cannot appeal at any time to "mitigate" loss.
Stage 3 - Appeal Rejection
Everyone gets one of these but this is your chance to appeal to the POPLA to get it cancelled.
Stage 4 - Debt Collector letters
See the Debt Collection section for more information on this stage.
Company number: 05645677
Address: Horton House, Exchange Flags, Liverpool L2 3PF [Maildrop]
Operate from: 33-35 Daws Lane, London NW7 4SD