Devere Parking Services Ltd

Devere Parking Services operate out of Bournemouth at:

Office 123, 89 Commercial Road, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH2 5RR

 

Company registration no:  7706655

Registered office Unit 3 Vista Place, Coy Pond Business Park, Poole, Dorset, BH12 1JY

Company director and sole shareholder:  Ms Fenella Landau

Devere Parking Services have been around for a number of years but have only been trading as a limited company since 2011.  Unlike many parking companies Devere does not have a website.

They are currently members of the IPC, having found the BPA POPLA system too fair, as disclosed in court. As a result, there is very little chance of winning an appeal at first or second stage, although Devere have been known to cancel a charge rather than “waste time” on an appeal. It has been said that when Devere left the BPA and joined the IPC, this raised the quality of the membership of both organisations.

It is well known that Devere have tried several tactics in the past to avoid issuing a POPLA code when appeals have been made. Appeals have been ignored when made as the registered keeper – going straight to debt recovery stage instead.

It has, however, been proven in court that some of Devere Parking Services contracts are not in order and the company and its staff can get very threatening when this is challenged. Fortunately, as this has now been proven in court at least at some locations that Devere monitors, their unlawful charges on these sites will never come to court.

Devere prefer to operate in the Bournemouth area.    They particularly like to issue parking tickets/ parking charge notices where people live and their main other point of operation is at Castlepoint.

Like many parking companies, Devere particularly target vulnerable people and those covered by the Equality Act. They have been known to hold landowners to ransom, failing to issue new permits until employees have paid all outstanding chrges.

Our Appeals handlers have a 100% record in cancellation of parking tickets and several happy clients were pleased when the parking charge was cancelled after the first appeal.

So if you have a parking charge notice from Devere – contact us as soon as possible – let us take the stress and worry and handle the appeal for you.

 

PARKINGEYE PCN – PARKING CHARGE NOTICES

PRIVATE PARKING APPEALS IS THE ONLY COMPANY IN THE COUNTRY WHO SPECIALISE IN DEALING WITH PARKINGEYE PCNs

WE CAN HELP YOU WHATEVER STAGE YOU ARE AT

ParkingEye Limited are the largest and most notorious of all the private parking companies – they were bought out by Capita Plc in October 2013 for a staggering £57 million.

Can ParkingEye Fine You?

It is a common misconception that parking charges or parking tickets issued on private land are fines. This is a view held by both the general public and the press alike.  This is indeed partially due to the manner in which private parking charge notices are packaged and letters sent with the subliminal message that they carry an air of authority akin to Penalty Charge Notices.

Although these are not Parking Fines, ParkingEye will take you to court for any unpaid parking charge notice (PCN).   They currently issue hundreds of county court claims to motorists every week who have ignored ParkingEye tickets.

How do ParkingEye operate?

ParkingEye predominately operate by using ANPR cameras to record vehicles entering and leaving any one particular site – data is then supposed to be cross referenced for any alleged breaches of terms of parking on site.

ParkingEye then apply to the DVLA for the Registered Keeper details and send a postal parking charge notice – also known as a PCN for allegedly breaching the terms of parking.

ParkingEye also have a small number of sites they manage with traditional parking attendant on site. A manual parking ticket (parking charge notice – PCN) is then affixed to the car – again for any purported breaches of terms.   This can be for fastidious reasons like a wheel slightly outside a marked parking bay at a retail park.

Where does ParkingEye operate?

ParkingEye have operations up and down the country:

Supermarkets including Aldi  and  Morrisons

Welcome Break Motorway service stations

 

Leisure/Tourist Car Parks including:

Tower Road – Newquay

Watergate Bay – Newquay

Aire Street Leeds –  a small stand alone pay and display car park

Town Quay and LeisureWorld – Southampton

 

Numerous Retail Parks including:

  • Rheidol Retail Park – Aberystwyth
  • Eastgate Shopping Centre – Bristol
  • Riverside Retail Park – Chelmsford, site of the Beavis parking charge
  • Tower Road Retail Park
  • Telford Bridge
  • Beehive Centre – Cambridge
  • Rishworth Retail Park – Dewsbury
  • Roaring Meg – Stevenage
  • Watford Arches
  • Two Saints Retail Park – Ormskirk
  • Fast Food Chains incl some McDonalds
  • Hotels
  • Holiday Inn / Park Inn Express
  • Marriott Hotel – eg Kensington London
  • Ramada
  • Britannia hotels eg at Gatwick
  • By Airports – eg Eurogarages – Starbucks/KFC – Heathrow

 

  • Hospitals and Health Care Trusts including:
  • Burton Hospital
  • Coventry Health Centre
  • Loxford Polytechnic surgery
  • The Royal Free Hospital

Appealing a ParkingEye PCN?

There is a two-stage appeals process to follow – an initial appeal to ParkingEye, who will either cancel at this stage – a great many of our customers are delighted when the first stage appeal is upheld and the parking charge (PCN) is cancelled.

ParkingEye are members of the British Parking Association – these members all offer POPLA – Parking on Private Land Appeals, as the second stage of the appeals process.

 

When can Private Parking Appeals Assist?

At Any Time – we can help you with ParkingEye PCNs!

 

Our Appeals handlers have extensive knowledge in this field and all appeals are made on legal aspects.  We have helped nearly a thousand ParkingEye customers get their tickets cancelled.

It doesn’t matter where you have received the parking charge (parking ticket) or the reason – whether at a hospital, retail park or motorway service station or hotel – we can help.

Have you just received a ParkingEye PCN?

Then fill out your details now on our Appeal now page and let us deal with both stages of appealing ParkingEye PCNs for you. Our service saves the motorist stress time and worry by removing any uncertainty that the appeal will not be successful.  For a low fixed cost of £19 (vat inclusive) we offer and outstanding service and have a very high success rate at the end of the appeals stages.   We also offer support beyond that stage and our team can often effect cancellation of your PCN  via alternative methods.

Have you already appealed and need help with POPLA?

Again we can help – simply fill out your details and supply the POPLA code and let us do the rest for you.  Our low cost of £19 is the same for whether we appeal both stages or just for POPLA, and we have a better than 95% success rate at POPLA appeals, including ground breaking judgments at Town Quay, LeisureWorld and Riverside Retail Park.

Don’t delay and miss the appeal time frame as the POPLA code is time restrictive and only valid once – fill out your details on our appeal now page:

http://privateparkingappeals.co.uk/appeal-fine/

We will require copies of the parking charge, your appeal and of course the POPLA code, and then let the experts handle this for you!

Have you ignored a ParkingEye PCN?

If you have been following old advice and ignored the parking charge notice / ticket and subsequent letters – then don’t worry, Private Parking Appeals Ltd can still assist you with your PCN.  You must act quickly however, as ParkingEye will and do sue motorists who have ignored ParkingEye PCNs and issue hundreds or thousands of either letter before county court claims or actual court claim forms themselves.

Are you being chased by a Debt Collector for unpaid ParkingEye PCNs?

ParkingEye frequently use a debt collector such as Debt Recovery Plus (DRP) / Zenith to pursue and harass motorists into paying.  Again our service rivals no other and Private Parking Appeals Ltd has extensive knowledge regarding this and dealing with debt collectors.  We can help you – once again fill out your details on our appeal now form and one of our dedicated team will be in touch.  We will require the latest letter from the debt collector.

Have you received a Letter before County Court Claim?

We are in the unique position to still be able to assist you at this very late stage.  Our unique service includes dealing with letter before county court claims – written by our experienced appeals handlers.  We have had several parking charges cancelled at this stage.  However, do not delay if you have one of these letters as you only have 14 days to respond – fill out your details on our legal page and let us help you:

http://privateparkingappeals.co.uk/legal/

 

Received a County Court Claim Form?

 Then no need to panic!

Once again Private Parking Appeals can assist you in this matter.  We are the only company able to assist you in this matter and we offer a unique and personalised County Court Claim defence writing service for any victim of ParkingEye.

Our fees for constructing these defences are simple, clear and fixed as per our legal page for a total of £49.00 (including VAT).

This fee can be paid in two stages:

The first payment of £19.00 (including VAT) will include the suggested initial defence.  We also have a series of court procedure guides for our clients and can assist with any ADR or Small Claims Mediation. Often ParkingEye will settle for as little as £50.

Should the claim proceed to a hearing at your local court, we will deal with your witness statement and skeleton court argument for the second part of our fee, £30.00.

Please note we are unable to offer any qualified legal advice in relation to court claims and our defences are written by non-legally qualified personnel.   However, our team of parking company court claim handlers are experienced in dealing with court claims and their track record in such matters is impressive.   We offer no guarantee to the outcome of any court claim should you use our services however our successes are often featured in the public domain such as Parking Pranksters blog.

DO NOT DELAY IF YOU HAVE RECEIVED A COUNTY COURT CLAIM FORM – THIS WILL BE FROM NORTHAMPTON COUNTY COURT (BULK CLEARANCE CENTRE).

 IF YOU IGNORE OR DON’T RESPOND WITHIN 14 DAYS OF SERVICE AND YOU WILL RECEIVE AN AUTOMATIC CCJ AGAINST YOU – WHICH WILL AFFECT YOUR ABILITY TO OBTAIN CREDIT FOR SIX YEARS.

CONTACT US BY EMAIL OR FILL OUT THE FORM AND WE WILL GET BACK TO YOU!

http://privateparkingappeals.co.uk/legal/

We will require copy of the court claim form.

All services are subject to our terms and conditions.

email:  info@privateparkingappeals.co.uk

 

DON’T DELAY IF YOU NEED HELP WITH PARKINGEYE

COME TO PRIVATE PARKING APPEALS – THE ONLY COMPANY IN THE COUNTRY THAT OFFERS A FULL AND SPECIALIST SERVICE AT EVERY STAGE OF YOUR PCN CHALLENGE.

 

Private Parking Appeals and associated businesses

What an interesting thing has happened…

As you may be aware, Private Parking Appeals has acquired the business names, and Intellectual Property of two other appeals companies. These are Parking Ticket Appeals, and Appeal Parking Tickets. Internally, we call these the PTAS businesses.

As a result, if you try to contact either company by email, you will receive an automatic reply explaining that we have acquired the business names, but not the companies, and that you should contact Private Parking Appeals instead.

We are aware that several individuals in both the East Midlands and South Yorkshire, and on the South Coast, have been contacting motorists and claiming to be either from PPA or the PTAS businesses, offering to help with court claims and attend court, and often charging fees, payable directly to them, for doing so. Private Parking Appeals does not solicit for business in this way. On the rare occasion when a Staff member acts as a Lay Representative, s/he will be formally introduced by the company, and will make clear that s/he must act as an individual for that purpose.

Private Parking Appeals only trades from this website. We have referral partners, such as Parking Cowboys and Parking Prankster, but all trading comes via our website and payment links through Barclays Pingit and Selz.

We do not have “advisers” at court, we do not have contractors using Gmail or other throwaway accounts, and we do not currently post on any forums. We have a company Twitter account, but this is not used for trading. Occasionally, a member of the PPA court team may officially attend court for a large case, as an observer. However, we only ever offer the legal services of the company as a “Fee-Charging McKensie Friend” and on the basis of our published terms and conditions.

As a result, and to summarise, if you are contacted by any person claiming to be from Private Parking Appeals, Parking Ticket Appeals or Appeal Parking Tickets, and this email has not come from a Private Parking Appeals email address, then this is not associated with us.

If you meet a person at court who you are not expecting and that person claims to be a PTAS business staff member, they are not. Please notify the court staff of this immediately and let us know as soon as possible by email.

Likewise if someone claiming to be from PPA contacts you from a non-PPA address, or turns up for a hearing when you were not expecting them, please let us know about this.

Private Parking Appeals will not tolerate individuals falsely trying to associate themselves with our business, or misrepresenting themselves as being part of our company, and we will seek the strongest penalties in law against anyone seeking to do so.