Parking on private land is available to motorists as long as they abide by the rules the landowner puts in place.
The signage on such land is there to remind motorists of the regulations and consequences of ignoring those regulations.
If a driver parks on your land and our CM Enforcement Parking Warning Signs are correctly displayed, the driver is entering into a contract with you. If they break your parking rules they are 'in breach of contract'.
Parking charge notices are a request for a payment when there has been a clear breach of contract between a landowner (or CM Enforcement Ltd) and a driver.
Parking charge notices are issued under the terms and conditions set out on the signs. The signs will be installed in clear and prominent places.
If you wish to dispute liability for a Parking Charge then you may appeal in writing to CM Enforcement. Appeals must be received within 21 days beginning with the day after that on which the notice was given. You must provide your full name and address, the vehicle registration number and the Parking Reference at the top of the Notice and your full reasons for contesting liability otherwise your appeal will not be processed.
Appeal decisions should be provided within 28 days.
To appeal a Parking Charge Notice, please send your appeal to:
If you are not satisfied with the outcome of your appeal, you may appeal to the Independant Appeals Service (IAS) at www.ias.org within 21 days of your appeal outcome.