The Government published new Private Parking Code of Practice on 7th Feb 2022. Parking operators will need to fully adhere to the Code ahead of the launch of the single parking appeals service in 2024.
Nearly half of all motorists who contested parking charges last year by taking their case to the UK’s largest appeals service had their ticket cancelled, a new report shows.
The UK’s largest private parking appeals scheme has announced it will resume consideration of appeals from 1 August, nearly four months after it introduced an automatic adjournment process due to Covid-19.
Coronavirus and the resulting lockdown have posed unprecedented challenges for organisations of all sizes in every sector and industry – and POPLA is no exception.
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Key features of the new site include an enhanced FAQ section, a news and blog section, and case studies to let motorists know what to expect.
A free, independent service enabling motorists in Scotland to challenge parking tickets received more than 2,000 appeals in its first year – leading to 700 charges being cancelled.
We're introducing a time-saving change for parking operators as part of a revamp of our system.
The British Parking Association has today published a revised Code of Practice for parking on private land.
Motorists wanting to contest parking tickets will be given more time to prepare their case, under changes announced by the UK’s largest private parking appeals scheme in response to coronavirus.
Motorists are contesting parking tickets at record levels, according to the latest report from the UK’s largest private parking appeals service.