Run and owned by Cristina Axente who is also director / owner of the hyper-aggressive clamper Nighthawk Security (UK) Ltd. The same level of customer care shown by Nighthawk is evident at P4Parking. 2016 saw Cristina hand over 25% of the company to Maurice and Sharon Warmington. Maurice is a former Director of P4Parking.
More on this company on the main PADI website.
Stage 1 - Notice to Driver
Stage 2 - Notice to Keeper
Stage 2a - Reminder to Keeper
Some companies send out a reminder 7 days after the Notice to Keeper letter. This confuses people as they think they have lost the chance to appeal. You haven't. You can still appeal within the 28 days though there is no legal reason why you cannot appeal at any time to "mitigate" loss.
Stage 3 - Appeal Rejection
Everyone gets a rejection but this is your chance to appeal to the POPLA to get it cancelled.
The signs have two purposes. The first is to warn drivers of entering a controlled space and the second is the terms applicable to that space. Missing and confusing signs are just part of the business model for parking companies so take your own pics.
Company number: 06751164
Address: Suite 406 Kemp House, 152-160 City Road, London EC1V 2NX [Maildrop]