Looking through the parking charge notice and 2 further charge notice demands received, they (UKCPS) give no indication that they were acting on behalf of the local council (St Helens Metropolitan Council)
Just states parked on land named Ravenhead Retail Park.
Reason for issue, Parked in a disabled bay without valid badge displayed
The land is owned by a company called Hammersons ltd,and the wording on the claim notice is as follows,
This land is managed by UKCPS Ltd vehicles parked on this site are subject to restrictions set out on sighs and form a contract between the driver of the vehicle and ukcps Ltd.
on 18-11-2012 at 15.47 the driver parked in a disabled bay without displaying a valid badge
by parking on this land a driver contractually agrees to pay a charge of £100.00 for use of the space the amount remains unpaid and stands at £150.00 including costs incurred in collection.
1) is a blue badge parking scheme enforcable on a retail park off the highway.
2) is a parking charge enforcable on what is a free car park
Is a blue badge parking scheme offence enforcable when parked on a retail park but not on the highway ?
Is a parking charge enforcable when parked on what basically is a free car park ?