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Brighton Marina Car Park, how is children spaces monitored?

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In most carparks on ground level there mostly disabled and a children parking spots, how is this monitored as there are no camera's I believe exept as you enter and leave the car park? not asking a… Read More
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9m, 1w agoPosted 9 months, 1 week ago
In most carparks on ground level there mostly disabled and a children parking spots, how is this monitored as there are no camera's I believe exept as you enter and leave the car park?

not asking as I want to park in one, just curious tbh
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9m, 1w agoPosted 9 months, 1 week ago
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#1
They have people who they privately hire to check how long cars have been parked for and where they've been parked. A little bit like a traffic warden, but for the marina car park. They've recently done the car park up, so they are hot on their heels about parking down their now.
#2
your conscious.......I just couldn't park in disabled or parent and child space oO
#3
mattinhull
your conscious.......I just couldn't park in disabled or parent and child space oO

neither would I, not worth the risk, but just curios
#4
not sure who runs this car park (council/private?) but with supermarkets it's a joke! unscrupulous drivers abuse child & parent/disabled parking but the supermarkets are hesitant to challenge them as they could lose a £70/week customer over a fickle argument
#5
its mostly ugly fat orange middle aged women in sh!** y little sports cars that use these spaces without any entitlement


Edited By: ding on Sep 15, 2016 07:38
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DennisG
not sure who runs this car park (council/private?) but with supermarkets it's a joke! unscrupulous drivers abuse child & parent/disabled parking but the supermarkets are hesitant to challenge them as they could lose a £70/week customer over a fickle argument

Usually the supermarket isn't in a position to challenge them as in most cases the operation of the private car park is contracted out to a parking company. More people are realising that enforcement actions taken by these parking companies are not easily enforceable by the law as they are "invoices" rather than council-issued tickets, including parking in disabled/other restricted spaces. In fact from my understanding, a private operator cannot require a customer to have a Blue Badge to park in a disabled space, as the regulations state that spaces must be made available to all disabled customers (not just those with Blue Badges).
#7
ding
its mostly ugly fat orange middle aged women in sh!** y little sports cars that use these spaces without any entitlement

I was down there the other night like 9ish at night as was watching film and was going to park there
(there was literally only a few cars highly doubt i was going to take someones space, but thought i'd better not in case they have some sort of camera system or something

Edited By: whelan189 on Sep 15, 2016 11:40

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