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Updated Privacy and Terms & Conditions – Compliance with GDPR


Updated Privacy and Terms & Conditions – Compliance with GDPR

Following the changes to the Data Protection Act with GDPR, we have updated our Terms and Conditions along with confirmation of our Privacy Policy .

These can be located at the following locations :-

Terms & Conditions

Privacy Policy

Update for RingGo Users


Update for RingGo Users

RingGo payments are about to get quicker.

We have today been advised by RingGo that they are in the process of removing the requirement to enter the CV2 Code (which is normally the last 3 digit security code on the back of your cards) for RingGo purchases made via the App within the next few months.

They have confirmed that this is being done to :-

  • Improve the customer experience and therefore satisfaction (removal of CV2 has been a frequent request in their customer satisfaction surverys)
  • Increase the speed of purchasing
  • Introduce new methods of payment, including in-car innovations


New Car Park Opened at 22 Berkley Street, Birmingham


New Car Park Opened at 22 Berkley Street, Birmingham

We have again expanded our portfolio and this week have opened up another new car park.

We are therefore happy to announce that  Car Park 22 Berkley Street, Birmingham, B1 2LB

The car park has a meet and greet service is offering 17 spaces.

We are currently offering a special rate of £30.00 for weekly Monday to Friday

It is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week and is perfectly situated for Birmingham Registers Office, Jurys Inn, The ICC Birmingham and National Sea Life Centre.


Important New Court of Appeal Ruling from April 2015


Important New Court of Appeal Ruling from April 2015

The Court of Appeal in April 2015 dismissed an appeal brought by Barry Beavis, against Parking Eye and in doing so confirmed that in general the operation and management of parking on private land, the associated charges, and legal context are legitimate, proportionate and fair. This unanimous Decision by the Court of Appeal completely negates the assumption you make in the title of your document and the implication in the first question.

Moreover the Court of Appeal did not consider a parking charge of £85 issued by a private parking company as unenforceable or unfair, since it was not extravagant or unconscionable and compares with those charges applied by local authorities in similar circumstances. The Appeal Court all accepted that the parking charge made in this case was not a penalty, and the issue of genuine pre-estimate of loss is not relevant.

Their Lordships also acknowledged that Parliament has supported (via the Protection of Freedoms Act) that such parking charges could be made so long as they are brought to the attention of the motorists at the time of use of a car park;

In short the Court of Appeal has accepted that landowners do have the right to manage their land, impose charges at a level which deters motorists from overstaying or not complying with published terms and conditions and allows the car park to be managed effectively and that Parliament has endorsed this principle in the Protection of Freedom Act.


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