Your WY Parking Enforcement PCN Cancelled

Parking Mate UK helps drivers challenge WY Parking Enforcement PCN’s, Court Claims and avoid debt recovery charges. Our online tools to help you fight WY Parking Enforcement fines and win.

WY Parking Enforcement PCN Support Options

A WY Parking Enforcement PCN is a private parking ticket issued as a parking charge notice and it’s not a parking fine. If the PCN is not cancelled or paid, you can be taken to court.

Our tools check if your PCN was issued correctly and write your appeal to get your fine cancelled.

Please select an option to continue:

WY Parking Enforcement PCN - Parking Charge Notice

If you have just received a WY Parking Enforcement PCN within the last 28 days. We can help you can challenge it.

Our online appeal letter can check if your pcn was issued correctly and get it cancelled.

How To challenge WY Parking Enforcement parking charge notice:

  1. We check if your parking charge notice was issued correctly using POFA 2012
  2. We check if the parking charge notice complies with British Parking Association rules
  3. We ask WY Parking Enforcement to prove that the driver agreed to the terms on the signs
  4. We ask WY Parking Enforcement to provide they have a contract with the landowner
  5. We write a parking ticket appeal letter for you with the correct wording

Our appeal letters definitely improve your chances of winning and forces WY Parking Enforcement to prove their case even if you have parked not incorrectly.

WY Parking Enforcement reminder Notice

A reminder notice is usually sent between 14 -45 days after the parking charge notice was issued.

Your options depend on whether you are within the appeal period or not.

Within 28 days of issue

  • You can still challenge your PCN
  • Your right to pay the reduced amount may no longer apply
  • You should appeal to POPLA to have the best chance of winning.

Outside 28 days of issue

WY Parking Enforcement can only pursue a PCN if they issue a parking charge notice on the windscreen or by post, enforcement cannot start with a reminder notice. 

If you did not receive a parking charge notice, they have not complied with the law i.e. POFA 2012 or British Parking Association rules.

If you receive a parking charge notice reminder without receivin a PCN, you should do the following:

  • Send a subject access to request your data to the WY Parking Enforcement Data Protection Officer
  • Request all data they have on you including copies of all

Once your data is provided, you should be able to see the details of the parking charge notice. If you did not receive the parking charge notice, you should offer to pay the original amount or inform them that you will contest the matter in court.

WY Parking Enforcement debt recovery notice

If you receive a debt recovery notice, it usually means there was no appeal or payment made to the operator within 28 days or if you did not receive a parking charge notice, then you have to request your data.

How to challenge WY Parking Enforcement debt recovery issue sorted

  • Read our guide on debt recovery
  • Request a copy of your data
  • Settle the original payment with WY Parking Enforcement
  • Or fight your case in court

WY Parking Enforcement County Court Claim

County Court

A money claims online court claim form will be sent to you if you do not pay the parking charge notice or get it cancelled successfully. Court claims are the final step for WY Parking Enforcement trying to get money from you and they can be defended easily.

A money claims online court claim form will be sent to you if you do not pay the parking charge notice or get it cancelled successfully. Court claims are the final step for WY Parking Enforcement trying to get money from you and they can be defended easily.

The court claim process is as follows:

  • You receive a county court claim from WY Parking Enforcement
  • You write and submit your defence to the CCBC
  • You tell the court where you want to have the hearing via N180 form
  • You send a witness statement explaining your version of events
  • You attend the hearing and represent yourself as litigant in person

WY Parking Enforcement Appeal Was Rejected

If your appeal was rejected, you may still have options to challenge further. See a summary of our options below to see if you can continue to fight your case.

Appeal Rejected by WY Parking Enforcement within 28 days:
  • You can still write an appeal and send it to POPLA
  • POPLA will try to determine if you or the parking company have a stronger case
  • If WY Parking Enforcement don’t submit evidence within 21 days to POPLA, you will win automatically
  • If the appeal fails, you can pay the full PCN amount and the case will be closed.

Appeal Rejected by POPLA:

  • If POPLA have rejected your appeal, you can pay the PCN or fight the case in court.
  • You should only take the case to court if you have strong evidence that you parked correctly or had permission
  • If you have no evidence, we recommend settling the amount to avoid the fees esclating
  • A court claim is often between £180 – £250, this is higher than the original amount

pay WY Parking Enforcement PCN

We highly recommend that you appeal your parking charge notice before you make payment.
Even if you have no evidence of parking correctly, the parking charge notice must be issued correctly and if not, it will be cancelled.

How to pay WY Parking Enforcement PCN:

  1. Go to WY Parking Enforcement website
  2. Enter your pcn details
  3. Enter your payment details
  4. Payment will be processed

Please note that once payment is made, you cannot appeal because it is considered an admission of guilt and the case will be closed.

WY Parking Enforcement FAQ

Here are some answers to the frequently asked questions about WY Parking Enforcement tickets.

Can I ignore WY Parking Enforcement Ticket?

Since the law changed in 2015, it is no longer advisable to ignore WY Parking Enforcement tickets. If you ignore the WY Parking Enforcement ticket, enforcement will continue and might result in a county court claim. If the case goes to court, you will have to spend time defending the claim and attending court so you don’t get a CCJ.

Do I have to pay a WY Parking Enforcement PCN?

In a recent post, Quality Solicitors answered the to pay or not to pay question.  You should only pay your WY Parking Enforcement PCN if you have tried to appeal and the appeal has not been accepted. The article confirms that “Whilst it may be time consuming and costly for a car parking operative to take you to the Civil Courts, if they want to, they can.” So appeal your ticket to WY Parking Enforcement or POPLA and if not successful, make payment.

Is WY Parking Enforcement parking charge legal?

Yes, a parking charge notice issued by WY Parking Enforcement is legal because it’s an invoice that has to be issued correctly. If they use the law to issue the invoice, the vehicle keeper will be liable to pay it if its not paid.

Can WY Parking Enforcement take me to court?

This go girl article confirmed that private parking companies can take you to court if you ignore their parking charge notice. Parking enforcement is governed by British Parking Association who set the rules on how WY Parking Enforcement should operate.

About WY Parking Enforcement Ltd

WY Parking Enforcement Ltd manage a number of car parks across the UK and are members of the British Parking Association. This gives them authority to obtain your details from the DVLA and issue parking charge notices for breach of contract. 

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