The University is one of the few that actually manage their own parking arrangements but for some reason have joined an Approved Trade Association (ATA) - BPA initially and now IPC. They will take drivers to court so best check with us if you have a ticket from them.
Stage 1 - Notice to Driver
Stage 2 - Notice to Keeper
Stage 3 - Appeal Rejection
Everyone gets one of these. Write back to the parking company and refute their allegations and invite them to make their claim in court where they will be asked to produce a contract with the site owners to demonstrate their claims are valid. We do not recommend a second appeal to the IAS as it is seen as wholly biased against in favour of the parking companies who pay their fees.
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.
Address: University of York Travel Plan Coordinator, University of York, Heslington YO10 5DD