Can I appeal a parking charge?

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21 Dec 2016 09:15 - 02 Aug 2017 23:18 #123 by Lindsay Heyes
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You can appeal a Parking Charge Notice only if it was unfairly issued. You should never ignore it.

The appeal process for private sector parking is free of charge and strictly regulated for your protection. The driver or registered keeper of the vehicle must first appeal through the authorised Car Park Operator: ParkingEye Ltd is accredited under the British Parking Association Approved Operator Scheme.

Appeals must be made in writing, either through the ParkingEye driver portal or to the following address:

ParkingEye Limited
PO Box 565

If you have questions for or about the car park operator please go to the FAQ at the ParkingEye website , where you will find helpful and accurate advice, contact information and methods of payment.

If an appeal to ParkingEye is unsuccessful they will automatically give you the opportunity to appeal to PoPLA (Parking on Private Land Appeals), the judicial independence of which is assured by Ombudsman Services.

If you need more help go to Citizens Advice for help that you can trust. We recommend that you do not rely on information from strangers on internet forums, even on consumer websites where you can trust editorial content.

Please respect that Wye Valley Visitor Centre staff have no duty to give customer support on parking charges Information about parking given by Centre staff is out of courtesy and in good faith in the manner of any tourist information and is not intended to form a contract or constitute legal advice. The landowner does not operate the car park, cannot provide a lawful appeal service, and does not mediate in any dispute between third parties.

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