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    • By NothingExpert 6th Oct 17, 9:17 PM
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    Indigo, PCN Admin Centre, ZZPS Rail Station 'Penalty' Notice
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    • 6th Oct 17, 9:17 PM
    Indigo, PCN Admin Centre, ZZPS Rail Station 'Penalty' Notice 6th Oct 17 at 9:17 PM
    Hi Everyone

    Having read the Newbie thread, and also searched for similar incidents, I have a few questions - I'll try to keep this as brief as possible and would appreciate your guidance.

    • On 29th August the car was parked outside a marked bay (on hatched area) at a railway station. Car park was full and so was parked alongside a legal bay and was not blocking any other car or right of way. The Tariff had been fully paid.
    • A yellow fixed notice was attached to the windscreen which was ignored.
    • On 3rd Oct, PCN Admin Centre (a trading name of ZZPS limited) sent me, the registered owner, a NTK, on behalf of their client INDIGO PARK SOLUTION UK LIMITED for breaching ByeLaw 14 and they mentioned the "notice affixed to the car"
    • On their website, they have evidence, which includes a pic of car with yellow notice on screen, 3 pics of the car parked on the hathchings, two pictures of a sign, one of them zoomed into the bit where it says you cant park outside a marked bay.

    So I have a couple of questions - apologies in advance if stupid questions.

    1. Would I be right in saying that although PCN Admin Centre aren't directly an approved BPA Operator (see list) as they are a trading name of ZZPS they are indirectly a BPA operator? If not shall I ignore the NTK as they are not an approved operator?
    2. As I didn't appeal within the first 26 days, can I still appeal and If I can, should I use the first appeal letter template in the first stage (the letter in blue writing?). The reason I ask is because the letter assumes I must appeal in 26 days.

    I can elaborate on any point if unclear.
    Last edited by NothingExpert; 06-10-2017 at 9:20 PM. Reason: tidy and typoes
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