Thanks for your enquiry.
I take it that your Lease does not include the space directly in front of the garage?
On what basis have they said they are entitled to charge you for parking there, and do you know if they are making similar charges to other Leaseholders?
yes to charging other leaseholders and he has engaged parkingcontrol management ltd to inforce and issue penalty notices.
He has also sold parking spaces to a retail estate agent in a prade of shops across the road from the location in question
no this space is not inclued the freeholder was at pains to point this out.The control company he has engaged/sold rights to was clamping vehicles and charging £190 Rlease fee piro to change in the law/
The basis is because he can and he wants to genarate revanue from the land
Sir what I need to knowis the freeholder acting within his wrights or just expoliting all the leasholders 90 + on the estate
i seem to have only questions and no answers could you tell me if i am expecting an answer to quickly.
As the original planning permision for the estate would have specified adequate parking for residents/leasholders.
I contest that the freeholder cannot impose fees without change of use planning permision. Penalty notices are being put on visitors and the providers of services cars and vans(clamping befor law change) When written to with these point he emailed back that he had no intention os answering my points raised and pointed out that I HAD A GARAGE.On his exercising his freehold right to the land in front of my garage he could put anything there and I would have to take civil action to have it moved
ok to wait will be back on line around1900 02/05 Regards
Thanks for your question. Please kindly RATE my answer when you are satisfied
Landlord at pains leasholder have no parking rights,
At entrance to estate there is a large sign Saying PRIVATE PROPERTY
RESIDENTS ONLY. Which could be taken as tasit permision to park for lease holders