The Government has agreed on an independent appeals service funded by the British Parking Association (BPA) that will allow motorists to appeal against a parking charge issued on private land by a BPA's approved operator. Local Transport Minister and the MP for Lewes in Sussex, Norman Baker said:
"These new parking arrangements deliver a fairer legal framework for motorists and landowners, while getting ridof the indiscriminate clamping and towing by private companies for good."
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