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MET Parking Services, BP, Stansted Airport
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Having had a quick look at it on Google maps, the A120 is Thremhall Avenue and parcel EX438483 would appear to include all the land at the Southgate Road complex.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/v9f3odmpv61xbbi/MET Parking Service BP Stansted_redacted.pdf?dl=0
It is there for all to see.
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Remove the unnecessary, distracting bit about 'no period of parking' and trying to say ANPR images are not enough (they are...). This is a non-point.
Your main point that will win is that there is no para 9(2)f warning. That's the FIRST point about the NTK. Proves it is non-POFA and makes it easy for the POPLA Assessor.
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Because if so, 29.11 doesn’t say anything about Scotland and Northern Ireland that I can see, and 21.7 is about issuing a ticket by post… Bit confused now!