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  • #16
    Re: London Parking Solutions - PCN to own resident

    From what you've said it appears you would have been parked in compliance had the permit been on full display. The lease appears not to mention that a permit is required so that appears to me, on what you've posted, that they have no case.

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    • #17
      Re: London Parking Solutions - PCN to own resident

      I agree, it's not stated that a permit is required to be displayed and there fore they don't have a case. I have emailed the property management company who have hired LPS to ask if they have been given permission by the landowner and if they have initiated a variation on all the leases for all the residents. I've read that if they haven't followed the correct procedure in implementing a variation on the lease, it cannot stand. With regards to the options you've given, I definitely don't want to pay it. No 2 seems like the option to go down, where I assume I awaited for them to take me to a small claims court?

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      • #18
        Re: London Parking Solutions - PCN to own resident

        . I have emailed the property management company who have hired LPS to ask if they have been given permission by the landowner
        Probably.

        if they have initiated a variation on all the leases for all the residents.
        Probably not.

        No 2 seems like the option to go down, where I assume I awaited for them to take me to a small claims court?
        Correct.

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        • #19
          Re: London Parking Solutions - PCN to own resident

          I am bit worried that if I don't pay, LPS will come back and clamp my car. Is that something they can do?

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          • #20
            Re: London Parking Solutions - PCN to own resident

            Originally posted by DandyWarhol83 View Post
            I am bit worried that if I don't pay, LPS will come back and clamp my car. Is that something they can do?
            Clamping was made illegal, which is why POFA schedule 4 was implemented as a sop to the parking companies. (except in very very limited circumstances and this is not one of them).

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            • #21
              Re: London Parking Solutions - PCN to own resident

              Ok, thank you.
              Do I write to LPS to say that I'm not going to pay, or wait till the letters start coming in?

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              • #22
                Re: London Parking Solutions - PCN to own resident

                Up to you.

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                • #23
                  Re: London Parking Solutions - PCN to own resident

                  So, I spoke to the property management company on this just to get a clarification from them in terms of my lease, and they have come back to me stating that the map on my lease highlighting where my space is, is not where I parked- which is true.
                  However, no parking spaces are actually marked out for each flat. There are no signs, labels or even white lines to actually state where each parking space is. Because of this, people park wherever they can, and where my space is shown on the map, there is always someone parked in it, due to it's premium location right near the entrance.
                  Therefore, the property management company have said that I should pay the fine as I am in the wrong space.
                  Am I in the wrong?

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                  • #24
                    Re: London Parking Solutions - PCN to own resident

                    If there is an identifiable space on your lease then yes i'd say you are wrong. (which is different from saying you'll lose btw).

                    If the space marked on the lease is not identifiable on the ground then they are wrong.

                    If someone else is using your space then you MAY have a claim against them and/or the PPC or property management company as your space is to all extent and purposes unusable.

                    It's one of these scenarios whereby it is difficult to call from afar and easier to judge when you are on the ground, as you are.

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                    • #25
                      Re: London Parking Solutions - PCN to own resident

                      Hmmm, really not sure what to do now.
                      That's kind of thrown a spanner in the works.
                      If I don't pay the fine, they will take me to a small claims court, which they could now use this against me, maybe.

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