Signs in an unadopted lane ( ownership unknown since 1809)
The signs below have been recently put up in the same lane.
The first sign is on the driver’s left entering the lane. The driver will not readily see it as often a large vehicle is parked in front and, in an case, the driver is looking out for pedestrians crossing the lane into the public car park on the right,
The second sign is on the right,
high up on a lamp post on the public car park. The small text is not easily read by a pedestrian let alone a motorist sitting in a vehicle. The third sign is a little further down on another lamp post.
The Quakers are inconsiderately letting their garden trees over grow the sign.
The last sign is on the trader’s garage at the far end of the lane.
The last pic is about cameras for which there is no planning permission in a conservation area :
None of the signs warn that CCTV footage will be used to obtain keeper data from the DVLA. All of the above signs are larger than 0.3 m sq and have no planning permission. The two on lamp posts in the adjoining public car park do not have the consent of the council.
Advice will be welcome. Do you agree that all the large signs are non-compliant with the BPA Code and that, in any case, they contain forbidding language ? If appeals are not upheld by Horizon, are they likely to succeed at POPLA ? I note that POPLA decisions tend to allow on the easiest ground.
Am I correct that Horizon Parking does not use POFA Schedule 4 in Notices to Keeper?Please feel free to use the photos in the evidence sent to DLU.
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