Thank you for your question
My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further information first.
Do you meet all the other criteria for Adverse Possession?
Sorry - is parking your car there all that you have done?
I am afraid that that is certainly NOT sufficient to make a claim for Adverse Possession - it would not even be considered and the issue of the address would not be relevant.
Had it been a viable applictaion there would not be a major issue - Notice would have been sent to the address recorded at the Land Registry and if no response was received then
Possessory Title would be granted.
Please ask if you need further details
I am afraid that parking a car on a piece of land does not amount to "dealing with it".
It does not amount to factual possession - you have not enclosed it, cared for it or paid any outgoings on the land
It simply does not even begin to make a case I am afraid
You will have to fence the area off and tend it properly
The Land Registry will write to the address on the Register - if that does not reach them then it will go ahead anyway.