Important Information
The Supreme Court, has unambiguously confirmed that parking charges issued on private land are fully enforceable.

In the case of ParkingEye v Beavis [2015]   UKSC 67 their Lordships stated that private parking charges were enforceable because they served a legitimate purpose and were in the interests of the public generally. The case confirmed that the amount of the charge does not have to reflect any loss that might have been caused by breach of the terms and conditions of parking.

The summary to the judgment can be found HERE. The full judgment is also available at HERE.

Appeal Information


You have the option to appeal against the charge you have received. However we would issue the following guidance should you wish to pursue this course.

If you wish to dispute liability for a Parking Charge (PCN) then you may appeal in writing to us or use our online Appeal Form.

Appeals must be received within 21 days beginning with the day after that on which the Parking Charge Notice is issued. Please be aware that this does not extend the 14 day discounted period for the parking charge payment.

You must provide your full name and address, the vehicle registration number and the Parking Reference at the top of this Notice and your full reasons for contesting liability otherwise your appeal will not be processed.

If you do appeal and do not hear from us within 28 days then please contact us, do not assume that your appeal has been successful.

A parking charge is issued if a vehicle is parked in contravention of the advertised conditions on property we own, lease or have been contracted to manage and patrol. Please be aware that our signage meets or exceeds the requirements.

For legal reasons we cannot deal with appeals and disputes over the telephone.